Plagiarism

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Plagiarism

  1. 1. WRITING ISSUES: Plagiarism
  2. 2. Writing Effective Papers PART 1:
  3. 3. Academic Writing…
  4. 4. Essay Structure
  5. 5. PLAGIARISM PART 2:
  6. 6. Tips for Using Sources
  7. 7. What’s a Citation?
  8. 8. Why should I cite sources?
  9. 9. Avoiding Plagiarism
  10. 10. Avoiding Plagiarism
  11. 11. How do you paraphrase?
  12. 12. ORIGINAL BECOMES When American journalists cover events, they often display a Western bias. "American news coverage is frequently biased in favor of Western views.“ Paraphrasing: Change word form or part of speech
  13. 13. ORIGINAL BECOMES Higher university tuition costs are due to lack of money in the state budget. Or University tuition fees have increased because of the state's financial problems. "Budget shortfalls at the state level have resulted in higher tuition costs at universities." Paraphrasing: Use synonyms of "relationship words"
  14. 14. ORIGINAL BECOMES Most college students have some leisure time, but college athletes seldom do. "Unlike many undergraduate students, college athletes have very little free time.“ Paraphrasing: Use synonyms of "relationship words"
  15. 15. ORIGINAL BECOMES Many applicants feel nervous about job interviews. "Job interviews put many people on edge.“ Paraphrasing: Use synonyms of phrases and words
  16. 16. ORIGINAL BECOMES Universities accept students before their high school graduation under the early admission system. "Under the early admission system, students are accepted by colleges before they graduate from high school.“ Paraphrasing: Change the word order
  17. 17. ORIGINAL BECOMES This species is not found on land. "This unusual species is only found underwater.” Paraphrasing: Use reversals or negatives that do not change the meaning
  18. 18. “The biots exhibited a 100% mortality rate.”  All the fish died. …but don’t overwrite!
  19. 19. by Ann Jackman 01/01/2003 http://newenglandfilm.com/print/2011 by Tushar Unadkat May 2008 http://www.studentfilmmakers.com/ It is the PD's responsibility to find the right visual and spatial elements that best convey the film's theme and emotion. Vincent LoBrutto's book, "By Design: Interviews with Film Production Designers," the PD must have "a thorough knowledge of a film's setting, from the basics of architectural style to the shape of a cufflink." It is the PD’s responsibility to find the right visual and spatial elements that best convey the film’s theme and emotion. According to C.S.Tashiro in his book "Pretty Pictures: Production Design and the History of Film," the PD must have "a thorough knowledge of a film’s setting, from the basics of architectural style to the shape of a cufflink." Example of Plagiarized Passage
  20. 20. What would you do? Who is correct?
  21. 21. When to use citations…
  22. 22. Common KnowledgeVs. Unique Ideas
  23. 23. This presentation has been adapted from its original form, a presentation by the Missouri State University Writing Center.

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