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Referencing and Plagarism

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Plagiarism
and
Referencing

What is
Referencing?

Acknowledging the sources
of information that has been used in your work.
Showing that you have used the opinions and ideas of others.
Giving credit
where is it due.
Referencing
in Harvard Format
In-Text Citations
Referencing in Harvard Format is a 2 Step Process:
List of References
Cite the sources in the text
List of all sources that have been referred to in your work
Example
Book:
Organizational Behavior by Stephen.P.Robbins. Published 2005
In-Text Citation
If talking about their work in your own words
(Paraphrasing)
you can either:
Add to the end of the sentence
The role of a manager is to direct the activities of others so that the organization can reach their required goals
(Robbins 2005)
.
Include it as part of the sentence
Robbins (2005)
states that the role of a manager is......
Put in

Author's Last Name

and the
Year Published
1
Author: Author (Year)
2
Authors: Author and Author (Year)
>2
Authors
:
Author
et a
l (Year)
'et al' means 'and the others'
In-Text Citation
In-Text Citation
If
Quoting
directly, include
page number
where quote is taken from:
Short Quotations (up to 2 lines):
Long Quotations (>2 lines):
Robbins (2005, p. 6)
says that
"
All managers are required to perform duties that are ceremonial and symbolic in nature
"
.
Can be included in the same paragraph
Use
Quotation Marks
Should placed as a separate paragraph.
Quotation marks are not needed
This is why
Robbins (2005, p. 6)
clarifies that:

These 10 roles can be grouped as being primarily concerned with interpersonal relationships, the transfer of information, and decision making.
Using Own Words
Quoting Directly
List of References
Title of Book (in Italics)
Edition
To Include:
Place of Publication
Publisher
First and Last page number (of chapter)
First and Last Page (of chapter)
Database Name
[Online]. Available at: and [Accessed]
Author(s)
Publication Year
Title of the Article
Title of the Journal (In Italics)
Volume (Issue)
First and Last Page (of article)
Database Name
[Online]. Available at: and [Accessed]
Book
Journal
Printed Book
E-Book
Printed Journal
(Same as Above)
E- Journal
Robbins, S. P.

(2005)

Organizational Behavior
.

11th ed. New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall
Examples
Theory 1
-
Managerial Roles
.
Book
:The Nature of Managerial work by
Henry Mintzberg

Theory 2
-
Situational, Transformational and Transactional Leadership.
E-Journal Article
: Situational, Transformational and Transactional Leadership and Leadership Development by
Jim Allen McCleskey

Theory 3
-
Social Learning Theory of Leadership.
E-Book (Chapter)
: Contemporary Leadership Theories by
Ingo Winkler

Theory 4
-
Management Theories.
E-Book:
Management theory and practice by
Cole & Kelly
Mintzberg, H.

(1980)

The Nature of Managerial Work
.

New York: Harper & Row
McCleskey, J. A.

(2014)
Situational, Transformational and Transactional Leadership and Leadership Development
.
Journal of Business Studies Quarterly
. 5(4). p117-130.

Pro Quest [Online]. Available at: http://jf8yq3yy9j.search.serialssolutions.com/?genre=article&issn=21521034&title=Journal%20of%20Business%20Studies%20Quarterly&volume=5&issue=4&date=20140601&atitle=Situational%2C%20Transformational%2C%20and%20Transactional%20Leadership%20and%20Leadership%20Development.&spage=117&pages=117-130&sid=EBSCO:Business%20Source%20Premier&au=McCleskey,%20Jim%20Allen. [Accessed: 15 October 2014]
Winkler, I.

(2009)

Contemporary Leadership Theories
.

p85-91

Dawsonera. [Online]. Available at: https://www-dawsonera-com.ezproxy.uwl.ac.uk/abstract/9783790821581. [Accessed: 15 October 2014]
Cole, G. A. and Kelly, P.

(2011)

Management: theory and practice
.
7th ed
.

Ingram
.
[Online] Available at: http://lib.myilibrary.com/Open.aspx?id=328498. [Accessed 15 October 2014]
List of References
Must be
Alphabetical

Theory 3
-
Social Learning Theory of Leadership.
E-Book (Chapter)
: Contemporary Leadership Theories by
Ingo Winkler
Theory 4
-
Management Theories.
E-Book:
Management theory and practice by
Cole & Kelly

Theory
2-
Situational, Transformational and Transactional Leadership
.
E-Journal Artic
le:
Situational, Transformational and Transactional Leadership and Leadership Development b
y Jim Allen McClesk
ey
Theory 1
-
Managerial Roles.
Boo
k:
The Nature of Managerial work by
Henry Mintzberg

Book:
Organizational Behavior by
Stephen.P.Robbins
.
Colour Key:
Author(s)
Publication Year
Title of Book/Article
(Book/ E-Book)
Edition
Place of Publication
Publisher
First and Last Page (of Chapter)
Database Name
[Online] Available at: [Accessed]
(Journal/E-Journal)
Title of Journal
Volume (Issue)
First and Last Page (of article)
Database Name
[Online] Available at: [Accessed]
What is
Plagiarism
Plagiarism is taking
someone else's
work, or ideas and passing them of as your own.
Why is
Plagiarism
Bad?
How To Avoid
Plagiarism
...
Student/lecturer
trust
is broken
Destroys student and academic
reputation
Legal repercussions

Keep tracks of the sources you use
Plan ahead
Don't copy & paste
Keep your writing and sources separate
Quote your sources properly
REFERENCE!!!!!
References
The Word
Plagarism

comes from the Latin word
Plagiare
which means to
Kipnap
or
Abduct
(Shiva 2006)
Shiva, S (2006).
What's the origin of the word plagiarism?
[Online]. Available at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/stoi/Whats-the-origin-of-the-word-plagiarism/articleshow/1519035.cms [Accessed: 16 October 2014]
Plagarism =
Stealing
"Plagiarism is usually considered a
moral or ethical offense
rather than a legal one" (King University 2013)
King University (2013)
All About Plagiarism
[Online]. Available at: http://library.king.edu/research-help/plagiarism/ [Accessed at: 16 October 2014].
"
Ethical writers
make every effort to
acknowledge sources
fully and appropriately" (Council of Writing Program Administrators 2003)"
"Plagiarism is a form of
cheating
, but it's a little complicated so a kid might do it
without understanding that it's wrong
" (Dowshen, S. 2011)
RefWorks
Dowshen, S. (2011) What is Plagarism? [Online]. Available at: http://kidshealth.org/kid/feeling/school/plagiarism.html# [Accessed: 16 October 2014]
RefWorks is a tool that allow users to manage, handle and share different types of information. Additionally you can create citations and bibliographies.
Use
Plagiarism Checkers
Grammarly
- http://www.grammarly.com/

Write Check
- http://en.writecheck.com/

Small SEO Tools
- http://smallseotools.com/plagiarism-checker/

Plag Tracker
- http://www.plagtracker.com/

Plag Scan
- http://www.plagscan.com/seesources/analyse.php

Plagarism Checker
- http://www.plagiarismchecker.com/

Plagium
- http://www.plagium.com/

Dustball
- http://www.dustball.com/cs/plagiarism.checker/
Example
Theory 2
-
Situational, Transformational and Transactional Leadership.
E-Journal Article
: Situational, Transformational and Transactional Leadership and Leadership Development by
Jim Allen McCleskey
Step 1
Create an Folder
RefWorks
Features

Step 2
Organize and manage
hundreds of references
Share References
with others quickly
Format Bibliographies
in seconds
Reference in
Multiple Languages
Easily Accessible
anywhere
Add a new reference
Step 3
Create the bibliographies
Colour Key:
Author(s)
Publication Year
Title of Book/Journal Article
(Book/ E-Book)
Edition
Place of Publication
Publisher
First and Last Page (of Chapter)
Database Name
[Online] Available at: [Accessed]
(Journal/E-Journal)
Title of Journal
Volume (Issue)
First and Last Page (of article)
Database Name
[Online] Available at: [Accessed]
Types of Plagiarism
Direct
- Coping someone else's work '
word by word
'. This is considered
unethical
and
academically dishonest
. Direct plagiarism will cause a instant fail.

Self
- Using your own work from a previous task and using it without permission from the lecturers. Students can be
disqualified
for using their own work.

Mosaic
- When a student uses phrases or sections from specific sources. Students have to make sure they use speech marks to highlight the area which is being used.

Accidental
- When a student forgets to cite their sources or misquotes it. The best way to avoid this is students must learn to cite their sources properly

Bowdoin Collge (2012)
The Common Types of Plagiarism
[Online]. Available at:http://www.bowdoin.edu/studentaffairs/academic-honesty/common-types.shtml . [Accessed: 17 October 2014]
You can store online resources in them and it makes it easier to organizing the data you have collected.
You need to fill the basic information about the online resource. In order to get citations and bibliography.
Once you added the new reference than click on create bibliographies and it will create one for you
Thank You For Listening!
(Bowdoin College 2012)
Council of Writing Program Administrators (2003)
Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices
[Online]. Available at: http://www.wpacouncil.org/positions/WPAplagiarism.pdf [Accessed:19 October 2014]
Robbins, S. P. (2005) Organizational Behavior. 11th ed. New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall
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