Unintentional Plagiarism — Is It Possible?

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Have you ever been pulled over for speeding on the highway? If so, you know that you can handle that situation in one of two ways: first, you can bow your head humbly, admit your mistake, and accept your ticket from the officer; or, second, you can try to talk your way out of it. If you choose the second option, however, you should also know that one particular excuse will not work. You cannot claim that you “didn’t…

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Jim LaBate works as a writing specialist in The Writing Center at Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) in Troy, New York.

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Jim LaBate

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Jim LaBate works as a writing specialist in The Writing Center at Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) in Troy, New York.

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