How can plagiarism be prevented?

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Plagiarism is when an individual takes the ideas or words of someone else and passes them as their own. Plagiarism can be prevented by citing everything that is not from your own knowledge, or from the result of your own research.

Example / Application

Example: Avoiding Plagiarism

Application: This is a link on Avoiding plagiarism, it explains what is plagiarism, how to avoid it and how to cite your resources

References

Lammers, W. J., and Badia, P. (2005). Fundamental of Behavioral Research. California: Thomson and Wadsworth.



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