Plagiarism and Logic Self-Check

Plagiarism and Logic Self-Check

After reviewing my work for originality and potential unintentional plagiarism, I have learned that I have been so keen and have ensured that all the information or data retrieved from other authors work have properly referenced and cited in the body of my work. Plagiarism is where one takes other authors ideas or work and poses it as theirs (Northey, Ferguson & Bradley, 2017). To avoid plagiarism, I have also concentrated on paraphrasing my world and making sure that even if I refer from previously researched work I use my own original words to explain different phenomenon’s incorporated in my study and not using the words of the authors involved in the research of m y sources.

After reviewing my work for logic and potential fallacy errors, I have learned that I concentrated on proofreading and editing the work ensuring that the sentence construction and the grammar checks are observed and maintained to avoid minor mistakes that might make the work is not misleading. I have also made sure that the claims introduced in the body are well researched and linked to the thesis statement, therefore, ensuring the study has a flow and a clear linkage between facts although there are minor issues in the body of my study. I have however tried to nullify them and make sure that they are logic and relate to the topic of the study.

I plan on correcting these issues by logically choosing the claims and the supporting data and information from previously conducted research that is in line with the topic of the study. This will be done by screening and analysis of the unfolding issues and the past issues considered in my study and ensuring they are well stated, explained and linked to have a clear view and hence help bridge the gap in the study.

One of my best passages is the one stating that the healthcare budget increased from 17.4% to 17.8% in the year 2015 registering a 0.4% increase in the healthcare cost (Healthcare Cost Containment, 2015). The passage becomes one of my best because it quantifies the exact change that has been registered in the healthcare budget and therefore making the argument logic and supported by facts.

References

Healthcare Cost Containment. (2015). Healthcare Financial Management Assn.

Northey, M., Ferguson, K., & Bradley, J. G. (2017). Making sense: A student’s guide to research and writing.

 

 

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