1. Which of the following would be considered as plagiarism? a. Not providing a reference when you have used somebody’s idea. b. Copying a few sentences from an article on the Internet without giving a reference. c. Not giving a reference when you use commonly accepted ideas, e.g. AIDS is a growing problem. d. Giving the reference but not using quotation marks when you take a sentence from another writer’s article. e. Taking a paragraph from a classmate’s essay without giving a reference f. Using the essay of a friend from another tutorial group
g. Presenting the results of your own research
2. Read the following extract on twentieth-century educational developments from Age of Extremes by E. Hobsbawm:
Almost as dramatic as the decline and fall of the peasantry and much more universal was the rise of the occupations which required secondary and higher education. Universal primary education, i.e. basic literacy, was indeed the aspiration of virtually all governments, so much so that by the late 1980s only the most honest or helpless states admitted to having as many as half their population illiterate, and only ten – all but Afghanistan – in Africa were prepared to concede that less than 20% of their population could read or write. (Hobsbawm: 1994 p295)
Which of the following are plagiarised and which are acceptable?
a. Almost as dramatic as the decline and fall of the peasantry and much more general was the rise of the professions which needed secondary and higher education. Primary education for all, i.e. basic literacy, was indeed the goal of almost all countries, so much so that by the late 1980s only the most honest nations confessed that half their population illiterate. Only ten- except Afghanistan – in Africa were ready to admit that less than 20% of their population could read or write. (Hobsbawm: 1994 p295).
b. Nearly as dramatic as the decline of the peasantry was the rise of professions which required...
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