Plagiarism0 - Avoiding Plagiarism When to cite How to cite...

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Unformatted text preview: Avoiding Plagiarism When to cite How to cite in SOM 301 General advice Plagiarism Prevention Refresher When to Cite Sources Common Knowledge (no citing) Well-established facts; verifiable in five sources Historical dates, places, and events Common sayings and proverbs; no author Unique Phrases (must cite) Coined by an individual or organization Tends to describe a theory, process, or finding in a particular field or industry What is APA Style? Format for citing sources in the social sciences Similar to MLA, but some style differences Uses author-date citation in-text citation system and a reference list Requires in-text citation each time source is used Requires all sources used to be included in reference list Examples of APA Author-Date Citation: Paraphrasing According to Smith (2009), the short-lived download service called Urge , created by Microsoft and MTV, was unsuccessful because it could not be used with iPods....
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course SOM 301 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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