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ILRLR 2070: Mexican Labor and Working-Class History in the United States (Spring 2017): Academic Integrity

This course explores the varied experiences of ethnic Mexican workers in the United States from the early Industrial Period to the contemporary debates concerning the transnational effects of migrant labor.

Academic Integrity

The Code of Academic Integrity is Cornell University's official guideline concerning honesty in academic pursuits. One example of violating this code is stated as "knowingly representing the work of others as one's own." It is important to cite the work of others if you use or refer to it in your work.

For guidance in appropriately crediting the work of others when researching and writing, see the College of Arts and Science's website, Recognizing and Avoiding Plagiarism. Some of your professors may use the plagiarism detection software TurnitIn. For more information, see TurnitIn: Information for Students

For brief guides on MLA, APA, and Chicago Manual citation styles, as well as an overview of citation management software options, see Cornell University Library's Citation Management page.

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