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You must give credit where credit is due.
In your writings, it is important to document other authors' research and ideas. It is considered plagiarism if you do not give credit to others.
To learn more about plagiarism and how to avoid it in your papers, take a look at these websites.
Indiana University also has a lot of useful information about plagiarism.
OWL at Purdue - Plagiarism
OWL gives an excellent explanation of plagiarism and how to avoid it. OWL stands for Online Writing Lab