Plagiarism and Citation Methods. What is Plagiarism?. Occurs when someone deliberately uses someone else’s language, ideas, or other original (not common-knowledge) material without acknowledging its source. The Importance of Intent.
Plagiarism and Citation Methods
-Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, “The Role of Media in Childhood Obesity.” 2004. Print.
Here’s how it works: Say we determine that a man is an 8 on the manly scale, with 10 being most manly of all and 0 basically a neuter. And say we determine that his fiancee is a -6 on the manly scale, with -10 being most Fem of all. Calculating the difference between the man’s rating and the woman’s rating– the Gender Differential– we see that this proposed union is not, in fact, a Samish-Sex Marriage (Saunders 67-68).
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