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bicentennial_baby Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Mar-30-08 08:33 PM
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Let's say you're working on a group research paper, and
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a group member submits their section. And then, while writing your section, you decided to essentially re-write theirs to your liking. Not changing a word here and there, but totally changing it and leaving fewer original sentences in than new ones.

Is that ok?

Because my group member just did that to my section, and I'm irritated. I mean, he did a fine job, but I could have done it myself if he had just given me his suggestions and criticisms.

:wtf:

I'm having a shitty weekend, don't mind me... x(
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