According to The Open University (2008) Inappropriate academic practice (online) their are different degrees of plagiarism ranging from unwitting plagiarism to intentional fraud. Cases vary from relatively minor to serious fraud. Plagiarism is committed when a person uses someone else’s work without acknowledging the source it came from. Which can occur when a person lacks confidence in their ability and fails to understand what is being asked of them , all of which demonstrate poor academic practice.
Plagiarism is a serious offence that will lead to accusations of cheating, due to lack of understanding, confidence in own ability or time. A person may attempt to obtain the information another way. They may rely on a friend, fellow student or family member to do the work for them, copy the information word for word from a text book from which they are working.
Although asking a friend or family member to do the work for them isn’t copying text from another source, it is still classed as plagiarism and is also intentional fraud.
All forms of plagiarism stated show a lack of academic integrity due to the fact the information provided is similar or identical to the original source.
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a) As stated in section 61(1) of The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994.The senior police officer present at the scene can decide if someone is trespassing on the land and take the relevant steps in asking them to leave.
b) Section 61(1) of The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 states that if two or more persons are on the land and live there for any length of time they will be asked to leave by or on behalf of the occupier. Reasonable steps will be taken to assure they leave accordingly.
c) Aside from the people present on the land at the time section 61(1)(a) of The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 declares that if any of the persons trespassing have caused damage to the land or...
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