Please take a look at Wikipedia's general disclaimer by clicking on the link below:
After reading this information, what would prevent you from using this source in your academic writing?
Ideas about plagiarism are noted:
1. Does it have to be a direct quote to be plagiarism?
2. Can an incorrect citation be considered plagiarism?
3. Does listing a reference in the reference page and not citing in the text count as plagiarism?
One of the books that I am using as a reference is a compilation of many writers' essays. The book does not have a specific author; however, it has three editors. I am required to use this book for my citations. I will be making citations from the various essays. How would I cite the text I am using? 1st time and thereafter?
Now that you have developed an in-text citation for a summary, paraphrase, and a direct quote, and created a reference for the paragraph provided in Exercise 2, reflect on the thought processes you used for each aspect. How did your approach differ when writing each? What different techniques did you employ when developing each?
Read this article:
Lilienfeld, Scott. 2009. The Rorschach-Wikipedia Kerfuffle Continues.
(1) Why are some psychologists concerned about publishing sample questions from tests?
(2) Should Wikipedia have pub
Why is it important to approach academic integrity and intellectual property from a scholarly and marketing perspective?
How can you emphasize, model, or assure academic integrity in your learning environment?
Referencing a Supreme Court case, Furman V. Georgia. Since this is public record, what, if any, in-text citation is required? How should I present the information in the reference section of my paper?
The case was adjudicated in 1972.
Find a 2006 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decision involving Roger L. Watkins and answer the following questions:
a.What is the complete citation to the case?
b.What is the citation to the original trial court decision to which this appeal relates?
c.In your own words, explain the basic tax issues addressed in the case.