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Jason Haap is a frequent contributor to Winnsboro Library claims that he has never passed gas in public, handed in anything late, nor watched the morally-corrupting MTV network for anything other than research in how to better serve wayward teens.
The easy way the fast way can end up backfiring right an hour to write as possible introduction verses 16 more hours of sitting in English 101 16 more weeks sorry sitting in English want to do so a couple of quick things to notice – he does cite Lockhart page 3 this is the forward from Lockhart it’s Lockhart page IX though not page 3 if we see Lockhart page 3 down here we assume the only thing that is being used from Lockhart is these last is that last sentence and the only thing being quoted is what is in quotation marks right realistically he could have let’s say theoretically mark there and IX peer it would have been excessive quoting but I would have known he was struggling with an introduction it wouldn’t be illegal but it would have been legal realistically. Get to know how to write an essay without plagiarism at Edusson.
If you’re going to use that much from an author you should introduce the off at first we know everything between where you mention the author’s name the first time and the page number comes from that author and that page and anything in quotation marks is from that authors actual words there’re only I don’t know I mean he did cite the source correctly and I had a student say that was kind of stupid plagiarize the source and then actually have it in your bibliography so the teacher find it but you know especially with the internet right now I can know whether any source has ever had a page park system in English language I have access to the Library of Congress so people used to make up sources and a tree off track so you couldn’t find the source that you plagiarized you can’t do it anymore I might not know what you plagiarized but I know that you may have a source of doesn’t exist because I can sit at my office and I can find that out in five minutes it only took me you know 10 minutes to document this and I had to run up library stairs these were the old days I didn’t have a whole lot of sympathy for that student this one I this one was kind of heartbreaking to me.
So this was a student she was Doublemint she was a double major in nursing and criminal justice great career plan she wanted to be a nurse in a correctional facility and she wanted to write paper on HIV infection on AIDS in the prison system and she wrote this great paper we’ll jump down to where the plagiarism is here’s what she wrote and we’ll talk about this because part of her plagiarism is a definition acquired immunodeficiency syndrome AIDS is a disease that destroys the body’s immune system those effective at this condition are rendered defenseless against the wide variety of infectious ailments that are not usually harmful to people who possess a properly functioning immune system in the United States.