Week 4 Discussion Assignment - Plagiarism and Academic Integrity

Week 4 Discussion Assignment - Plagiarism and Academic Integrity

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Alan Lewis MMBA6501-5 Week 4 Discussion Assignment – Plagiarism and Academic Integrity Dr. Richard Bush: I have learned the following three things about plagiarism: 1. Plagiarism is purely not giving credit where credit is due. You cannot take the ideas or work of another and pass them off as your own. 2. I learned how to distinguish between what needs to be cited and what does not. Common knowledge like there are 50 states in the U.S does not need a citation whereas when each entered the union likely does. 3. I learned when it is best to use direct quotations and how to do it accurately in addition to when it is better to paraphrase. You cannot use a partial quote that changes the original idea; and when you paraphrase, you must communicate the idea in your own words not words that are only slightly different from the original statement. I will use the above knowledge to consistently create documents that give the proper credit to the proper sources in the proper fashion. In order to ensure that I use appropriate citations in my work I will thoughtfully and carefully review all of
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2012 for the course MBA MMBA6501-5 taught by Professor Bush during the Spring '11 term at Walden University.

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Week 4 Discussion Assignment - Plagiarism and Academic Integrity

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