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Plagiarism is also defined as a copy of all or part

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Plagiarism is also defined as a copy of all or part of the work of another student(s) of current or previous batch of this University or another higher learning institution. The University's degree and other academic awards are given in recognition of the candidate's personal achievement. Plagiarism is therefore considered as an act of academic fraudulence and as an offence against University discipline. F. Mode of Referencing Students are advised to incorporate proper academic modes of referencing. The normally acceptable mode of academic referencing is the American Psychological Association (APA) system. G. Fieldwork Clause (where applicable) Students are reminded of the importance to consider their personal safety when conducting research in the field. You will be exposing yourself in new situations and meeting with people who are unknown to you. It is important that you are aware of potential dangers and take the necessary safety steps. You have to be extra careful and cautious if you are going to interview or conduct a survey with small, unknown organizations or individuals 'on site'. You should ensure you have the full details (full name, job title, organization name, address and telephone numbers) of anyone or organization you intend to conduct the field research. You should establish the credibility of these respondents before your groups visit them. The field research should be made in groups not alone. Leave word with your fellow classmates on your field visit (details of place, contact numbers, a person you are interviewing or conducting a survey with, expected time of return, etc). The field work should be at office hours. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Allocation of marks: 20/50 Coursework
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[ BPME 3033 EC (A172) ] 4 | G u i d e l i n e s B P M E 3 0 3 3 - A 1 7 2 Note: You may find some additional information and examples at : plan .
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