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Classsical Sociological Theory: Credit where credit is due

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Brian Minihan

on 28 January 2014

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Transcript of Classsical Sociological Theory: Credit where credit is due

Why use other’s ideas?
Expert Opinion

by the end of this session you'll be able to:
find relevant materials on Sociological theory
iPhone invented
...but isn't using others' ideas plagiurism?
no.... its to guide readers to where your ideas came from
....as long as you cite your sources
ASA Style
books, journals, etc.
Classsical Sociological Theory: Credit where credit is due
cite sources, you've consulted in a correct way
months later...
days later...
CYCLE of Information
Scholarly communication
e-resources as well
How you will learn today...


Mini-lectures

In-class questions and exercises - answers to be submitted via PollEverywhere

Go to:


PollEv.com/hkbulibrary



years later...
finding resources.....doing a literature review
activity
A only websites
B good mix
C only textbooks


which bibliography is best?
need more help?
Library
Citation resources & software
http://hkbu.libguides.com/citation
PollEv.com/hkbulibrary
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