Sources and Plagiarism

1.Accordin” rel=”nofollow”>ing to Ruszkiewicz, what is the difference between a primary source and a secondary source?
2.Ruszkiewicz provides many resources to consult when conductin” rel=”nofollow”>ing research. List and in” rel=”nofollow”>include all in” rel=”nofollow”>information provided on four of those resources.
3.List and defin” rel=”nofollow”>ine three ways to map out a search strategy for research, as described by Hacker.
4.List and explain” rel=”nofollow”>in four ways to locate other sources by a variety of onlin” rel=”nofollow”>ine tools.

5.Name and describe four functions that sources can perform in” rel=”nofollow”>in your writin” rel=”nofollow”>ing.
6.What makes a source scholarly? Why is this important in” rel=”nofollow”>in college writin” rel=”nofollow”>ing?
7.Hacker addresses evaluatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing sources, specifically checkin” rel=”nofollow”>ing for signs of bias. List the four questions to ask when evaluatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a source for bias.

8.How does Hacker suggest avoidin” rel=”nofollow”>ing unin” rel=”nofollow”>intentional plagiarism?
9.Defin” rel=”nofollow”>ine summarizin” rel=”nofollow”>ing without plagiarizin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and paraphrasin” rel=”nofollow”>ing without plagiarizin” rel=”nofollow”>ing.

10.what are two ways to avoid in” rel=”nofollow”>internet plagiarism?

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