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  1. 1. Hunt One: The Real Meaning of PlagiarismThere are many definitions of plagiarism, but what is the down-to-earth definition of plagiarism? Well basically one definition for Plagiarism is an act of fraud. That includes both stealinganother person’s work and lying about it afterwards.Hunt Two: Facts of PlagiarismWhat are some of the factors attributed to someone who plagiarizes in their research paper?When you Turn in someone elses work and claim it as your own; Copying their words and ideasfrom someone without giving them credit; and Failing to put a quotation in quotation marks; andCopying so many words or ideas from a source that it makes up the majority of your work,whether you give credit or not.Hunt Three: Sources Cited and Not CitedWhat fact was discovered regarding students’ notion about plagiarizing their papers?a poll conducted by US News and World Report found that 90% of students believed thatcheaters are either never caught or have never been appropriately disciplined.What is the term for someone who uses their previous work in their new research paper?The Self-Stealer - The writer borrows generously from his or her previous work, violatingpolicies concerning the expectation of originality adopted by most academic institutions.What is someone referred to who provides inaccurate information about their sources?The misinformer - The writer provides inaccurate information regarding the sources, making itimpossible to find them.If someone uses the necessary content of their source, but changes important information todisguise their source, it is known as what?The Poor Disguise - Although the writer has retained the essential content of the source, he orshe has altered the papers appearance slightly by changing key words and phrases.Hunt Four: Citing Sources
  2. 2. If your sources are of major significance to your ideas how should you cite the source?To start off, you gotta to think about how you want to locate your sources. And If your sourcesare very important to your ideas, you should mention the author and work in a proper sentencethat introduces your citation. If, however, you are only citing the source to make a minor point,you may consider using parenthetical references and footnotes.Hunt Five: Plagiarism and Research PaperWhat should you be careful to avoid when writing your research paper?You must Be careful not to plagiarize a fellow students work accidentally. The best way to avoidthis is not to read your fellow classmates work.What could be the consequences if you plagiarized in your research paper?Plagiarism is a serious academic crime that could get you expelled from school. Its also easy tocommit by accident if youre not careful.If your rewritten work is comparable to your source this is known as what?Paraphrase with care. Since copyright law protects the expression of an idea, you may beaccused of plagiarism if your rewritten version is too similar to the original.