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DQ 1 Week 4 - typing up the work would all be for nothing...

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A student who is trying to pass off someone else’s work as his or her own work is committing literary theft, a disservice to their instructor, and to themselves. An author whose work has been plagiarized would lose credit for the hard work they put in. All the time spent researching; proof-reading, editing, and
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Unformatted text preview: typing up the work would all be for nothing. To the author it would probably feel like they have wasted all their time and effort just to have their work stolen....
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