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SOCD25: Advanced Seminar in Economy, Politics, and Society
The ASA Style Guide highlights and features guidelines for the most common situations experienced by authors and editors in the ASA journal publication process. It is designed to serve as the authoritative reference for writing, submitting, editing, and copyediting manuscripts for ASA journals.
Writing and Plagiarism Guidance
What is Plagiarism?
Broadly speaking, plagiarism is failing to give credit for any ideas or expressions of ideas that are not your own. Plagiarism includes:
Direct plagiarism: copying entire sentences or paragraphs from another source without crediting the source
Mosaic plagiarism: blending copied words, phrases or ideas in with your own writing without crediting the source
Improper paraphrasing or summarizing: putting an author's ideas into your own words without crediting the source