Subject: Date Issued: Hand in by: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN MANAGEMENT THURSDAY 07th JULY 2013 WEDNESDAY 21st AUGUST 2013 at 3.00pm
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Assessment Criterion – 100% Weighting. Students must submit their assignments with a copy on a floppy disk or CD-Rom (to allow the examiner to check for plagiarism) to the Reception by 3:00 p.m. on 21st August 2013 at the latest. Assignments without a floppy disk or CD-Rom will not be accepted. No assignments or floppy disks/CDs will be accepted after the deadline and therefore a zero mark will be given to a student who falls into this category. Your assignment must be word-processed in Microsoft Word. All pages should be numbered. You are strongly advised to make a copy of your assignment before submission. Students are assessed anonymously. You should put your student registration number (but not your name) on the front cover and on the top right hand corner of every subsequent page. Please do not include your name anywhere on the document. Policy on Plagiarism: a) The work that you submit must be expressed in your own words. b) Plagiarism, which is presenting the views and/or words of another person as if they are your own is strictly forbidden. c) If you do use quotations from books, journals and or websites then these must be placed inside quotation marks and referenced ideally using the Harvard method. d) If you do cite the views/ideas of another person then you must refer to this person in the main body of the assignment, including the work cited in your bibliography. Cite, in this context means to quote a passage, book or author in support of an argument, etc. e) Copying the work of a fellow student also constitutes plagiarism. It must be pointed out, though, that any student allowing another student to copy part or all of his/her assignment is just as guilty as the plagiariser. You should therefore protect your own work, so as to avoid