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A NOTE ON PLAGIARISM
Quotation or word-for-word Plagiarism occurs when the researcher repeats the exact words of the source (verbatim) without using quotation marks and giving necessary credit to the author of the source.
Paraphrasing and Summarizing occurs when the researcher restates the ideas of an original source without giving credit to the author or source of the information. This kind of plagiarism also occurs when a researcher uses an author’s key words or phrases without placing them in quotation marks.
The only exception to the above guidelines is when information is considered Common Knowledge. For more information about what constitutes common knowledge, consult your teacher.
Plagiarism occurs when:
Ways to Avoid Plagiarism