When you borrow another person’s words or ideas by quoting, paraphrasing or summarizing them, you must show where you got the ideas by putting certain information in parenthesis immediately after the material you have borrowed.
Source:Oshima & Hogue,1999
All work taken from another source must be acknowledged and documented
In a seminal article on plagiarism, Pennycook cautioned
All language learning is to some extent a process of borrowing others’ words and we need to be flexible, not dogmatic, about where we draw boundaries between acceptable and unacceptable textual borrowings.
Referencing and Citing 2.3 Documenting sources within the text