Plagiarism is the theft of ideas (such as the plots of narrative or dramatic works) or of written passages or works, where these are passed off as one’s own work without acknowledgement of their true origin; or a piece of writing thus stolen.
Baldick, C. (2015). plagiarism. In C. Baldick. The Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms. (4th ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Quoting, paraphrasing and summarising are different ways to include the ideas of others into your project.
Regardless of the form you choose, you always need to cite your sources.
Works referred to in the text must be listed in the reference list. Likewise, all documents listed in the reference list must appear as text references. A reference list is not a bibliography, referring to background literature and further reading.