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IRM1501 PORTFOLIO MEMO SEPTEMBER 2021 SUPER SEMESTER UNISA
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QUESTION 1 Discuss plagiarism and use examples where necessary. Marks: [10] Question 2 Read the following case that can be found under Additional Resources > Prescribed reading. South African Legal Practice Council v Shirinda [2021] ZAGPPHC 144 (3 February 2021) Now summarise the case in the prescribed manner. Marks: [20] Maximum word count allowed: 1000 Question 3 Find three (3) sources dealing with transformative constitutionalism that are NOT mentioned in the study materi...

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IRM1501 SEPT/OCT 2021 PORTFOLIO
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IRM 1501 PORTFOLIO - SEPT/OCT 2021 Hi Super Semester Students Buying this IRM1501 Portfolio which is in Word gives you the opportunity to ADD or DELETE some information to give the document your own personal touch. For your convenience extra references are included to give you extra subject material to conjure up a unique document that will showcase your input. Please do not copy and paste this document straight from this template for submission. We do not want any of our hard work to go to ...

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IRM1501 Portfolio Super Semester 2021
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Plagiarism is an offence committed when someone unlawfully and intentionally takes ownership of someone else‟s novelty without acknowledging the origin of the source. That includes copying of another person's ideas, text or other creative work, and presenting it as one's own, especially without permission. For example, when a student copies another student‟s work and submits it as his/her own. The Oxford English Dictionary defines plagiarism as the “action or practice of plagiarising; t...

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