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Unit 1 discussion;This discussion has 2 Parts;Part 1;Plagiarism is intentionally or unintentionally presenting the work of another as your own without giving credit to those whose ideas are being used. Many times, students commit plagiarism accidentally because they do not know strategies for avoiding it. Here are some helpful tips from Owl Purdue Writing Lab to incorporate as you are gathering data to prepare for writing a research paper;? In your notes, always mark someone else's words with a big Q, for quote, or use big quotation marks.;? Indicate in your notes which ideas are taken from sources with a big S, and which are your own insights (ME).;? When information comes from sources, record relevant documentation in your notes (book and article titles, URLs on the Web).;Completing these three bullets does require additional time, but in return, you will receive peace of mind in knowing that you have submitted original, authentic work free of plagiarized content.;Imagine you have just acquired this degree and have now secured a position in your desired place of employment. You have been assigned a very important project. After putting in over forty hours a week, plus extra time on weekends, you are finally ready to present your finished project to management. When you arrive at the presentation, you discover that one of your coworkers has already presented a project that is nearly a match for your own. You realize that your coworker has plagiarized, presented your work as their own. Considering the tips above, how would you defend your project as that of your original creation? After you have prepared this answer and considered this scenario, how do you feel APA citations prove useful and necessary in college coursework?;To answer this question, refer to the Academic Policies link in this course and click on Academic Integrity Policy. It is vital to analyze the discussion questions and provide thoroughly analysis. A simple statement will not do the job for critical analysis and logical flow.;PART 2:Introduce yourself to your fellow students and instructor. Share your college degree plans, briefly explaining what degree you are pursuing, why, and how you think taking this course will assist you in achieving your personal or professional goals in life.;Please affirm that you have read and will abide by the University?s Academic Integrity Violations (AIV) policy located in the course announcements. In your response, please type the word ?affirm.? You may also ask any questions that may concern you or discuss challenges you may face as a learner in your compliance with the University?s AIV policy.;Unit 2 discussion;Should every corporation have a corporate social responsibility program, or should it depend upon the industry? Does the company you work for have a social responsibility program?;Unit 3 discussion;Should the government regulate the pay of executives (including CEOs) of private corporations? Please state your arguments for and against regulation.;Unit 4 discussion;Discuss the concept of environmental justice. How is it important to a corporation?;Unit 5 discussion;Discuss an issue relating to ethics and information technology that you (or someone you know) has experienced in the workplace.;Unit 6 discussion;Discuss an experience you have had with ethical leadership. Discuss an experience you have had with unethical leadership.;Unit 7 discussion;What benefits do employees receive from a well developed and implemented code of ethics?;Unit 8 discussion;Did this course meet your expectations? What did you like the best about this course? What suggestions can you offer to improve this course?


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