Question;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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