Lecture3-Plagiarism

Lecture3-Plagiarism - Plagiarism Plagiarism is the act of...

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Plagiarism Plagiarism is the act of presenting the words, ideas, images, sounds, or the creative expression of others as your own. Note: plagiarism need not be intentional Formatting styles: Bibliographies/.Works Cited Pages Citation E.g. (Miller 2000, pg. 23) Direct Quote: using author’s ideas in their own words Using Ideas: Paraphrasing (using some else’s ideas in own words) 1. Using words ?--- direct quotation and cite 2. Using ideas? –cite source a. No – no citation What not to cite? 1. Common knowledge 2. Discussion from class 3. Your own ideas, thoughts, opinions, pictures Formatting Turabian (Chicago) is used by historians and in the publishing industry because of its use of footnotes and endnotes. APA stands for American Psychological Association. APA style is used in the social sciences. Council of Biology Editors (CBE)
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