This section was developed to help our writers /
applicants with resources on plagiarism and its prevention methods,
and major citation methods requested by
most of our customers. Here you may find sample essays developed
using MLA, APA and Chicago citation styles along with the
comprehensive in-text guides for those citations methods.
Plagiarism is theft of another person's writings or ideas.
Generally, it occurs when someone steals expressions from another
author's composition and makes them appear to be his own work. Check
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In English and humanities writing, you may find yourself responding
to one reading or citing a variety of sources. The majority of
customers will generally require that you use the Modern Languages
Association (MLA) system of citations to document your sources. The
sources must documented with the MLA style of in-text citations and
list of works cited.
Sample: Includes an example paper in MLA style.
Writing in the social sciences is often an original research report
or a review of writing on a particular research topic. Research
reports in the social sciences may include a "review of the
literature" section -- placing the project in the context of
previous research -- and/or an abstract -- a paragraph providing
readers with a quick overview of your essay.
Sample: Includes an example paper in APA style.
Assignments in history and other humanities classes will frequently
ask you to respond to readings, such as essays and historical
documents, or to write a research paper using a number of sources.
Most history professors and some humanities instructors will ask you
to use the Chicago style footnotes or endnotes.
Sample: Includes an example paper in Chicago style.