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Citation: Cite Right and Avoid Plagiarism

What Is Plagiarism?

The Chatham University Honor Code defines plagiarism as "the use of the organizational design, ideas, phrases, sentences or larger units of discourse from another writer or speaker without proper acknowledgment" (Chatham University Honor Code and Policies). See the Honor Code for a full description of plagiarism and its repercussions.

What is plagiarism exactly?

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Cite Right and Avoid Plagiarism

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