The week 1 discussion examines case studies related to plagiarism and giving credit where credit i

The week 1 discussion examines case studies related to plagiarism and giving credit where credit i

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The week 1 discussion examines case studies related to plagiarism and giving credit where credit is due. Please respond to two of the four scenarios in your initial post. Scenario 1: Latasha read a source that contained excellent information about her topic. However, she already knew most of the information contained in the source. When she includes this information in her paper, how should she cite the source? Explain your answer. In scenario one Latasha should back up her knowledge with related resources. These resources could include written works ware her ideas came from. This may include paraphrases or quotes from authors. Her ideas need to be backed up in here writing to insure the integrity of the paper. Scenario 2: Chris previously wrote a paper about a topic he is using in his current class. That paper earned an A and Chris properly cited his sources in it. Can Chris use the same paper in his current class? Can he use the paper if he changes or adds information? Why or why not? Explain why this is or
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2012 for the course WRITING EN106 taught by Professor Unknow during the Spring '12 term at Herzing.

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