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How to Cite Harvard Style : a Complete Guide from Flowcite

To quote Saul Bass, an American graphic designer and Oscar-winning filmmaker, “To engage in downright plagiarism is disappointing. It’s cynical, opportunistic and hypocritical.” When people think of theft, what usually comes to mind is the act of taking an object

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How to Cite AMA Style : a Complete Guide from Flowcite

Most people new to research writing have a common bad experience; they finish their paper, just to find that it has to go through some fine-toothed editing to make sure it’s meeting the requirement of your citation style. Although using

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Types of Plagiarism : a Complete Guide from Flowcite

Plagiarism is the use of someone else’s words or ideas without giving credit to that person. It can be intentional, accidental, and unconscious. Doing so has serious consequences because it violates ethical principles by misusing others’ thoughts and words. In

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Citing Sources: How to Avoid Plagiarism in Research

Open waters, tight places, and public speaking are all common fears. But there is one particular fear that heightens anxiety and cripples researchers more than anything else—the fear of unintentional plagiarism. But knowing how to avoid plagiarism can be tricky

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