Citations, Quotes, and Plagirism

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Citations, Quotes, and 1 Running head: CITATIONS, QUOTES, AND PLAGIRISM Citations, Quotes, and Plagirism Joey D. Finley Kaplan University
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Citations, Quotes, and Plagiarism What is plagiarism and how can it be avoided? In your response, you should do the following: Plagiarism is ideas and words from other people whether from works or elsewhere and not clearly and properly acknowledging the actual source. Using APA and the rules of citation there in will help avoid plagiarism. Post an example of in-text citation for a book, journal, or website In an article about Plagiarists in 2004 by Suzy Hansen while on a phone interview with Duke University’s Center for Academic Integrity founder, Donald L. McCabe, informed her that, “While 10 percent of college students admitted to Internet plagiarism in 1999, that number rose to around 40 percent in 2003.” Post an example of references page citation for the example you have used above.
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Hansen, S. (2004). Sunday Book Review [Review of the book Dear Plagiarists: You Get
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Unformatted text preview: What You Pay For]. New York Times Post an example of a short quote with citation as it would appear within your paper. Albert Einstein once said, The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources. (Quotatio: 50,000 + Quotations [Quotatio], n.d.) Post an example of a short paraphrase for the quote above with in-text citation. Though, he enjoyed being able to and cited many of the more well-known previous physicists; Newton and Galileo being just a couple, Albert Einstein made an interesting comment about creativity (Quotatio: 50,000 + Quotations [Quotatio], n.d.); the secret of it apparently being believable or accepted is in the ability to cover ones tracks from where ever the inspiration had come from. Joey D. Finley References Hansen, S. (2004). Sunday Book Review [Review of the book Dear Plagiarists: You Get What You Pay For ]. New York Times Quotatio: 50,000 + Quotations (n.d.). Plagiarism . Retrieved October 16, 2010, from www.quotatio.com...
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