Failing to give credit the source for using the source's material in a paper, speech, etc. is considered a form of plagiarism.
If that source material is protected by copyright, the individual can be liable for financial damages if the source decides to pursue the issue.
give credit to something
To give credit to the original source
To give credit to the writer of the source
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The failure of reconstruction is universally agreed on, but the exact reason is a source of debate. The slaves were freed, but racism and hatred continued. The government did not give the slaves the tools to become successful.
There are many places to get a credit history. Going to college and having student loans, are a source of credit. If you have a credit card, you are building or losing credit. Paying bills on time, paying of vehicles and houses will all give a person credit.
When you paraphrase from a source, you still have to give the source credit, but it shows that you have some kind of understanding of the information. when you paraphrase, it helps you to see that you understand what is being said and you aren't quoting directly from the source. i hope this helps!
Yes, it would be plagiarizing if you didn't give any credit to the source.
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