Faculty of Arts, Education & Human Development
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| | | | |Family Name: |First Name: |Student ID Number: | |RANJO |PRIMO |3833328 | | | | |Unit Code: |Unit Title: | |ASD 4001 |Introduction to Social & Political Aspects of Ageing. | | | |Assignment Title / Reference: 5. Elder Abuse Is A Violation of Human Rights. Critically Discuss This Statement in the Contexts of Procedure & Practice In| |The Community or Residential Environment. What Strategies Would You Use To Provide Structures That Would Respond To This Largely Silent Problem? | | | | |Name of Lecturer / Tutor: |Tutorial Group (Day & Time): | |Dr. Jocelyn Angus | | | | | |Date Submitted: 12th June, 2010. |Student Contact Telephone No./Student Email Address | |Due Date: 14th June 2010 |Telephone No. 9360 4633/Mobile 04322 96552 or 04341 95732 | | |Student Email Address: email@example.com |
Plagiarism and Collusion
Plagiarism is ‘a practice that involves the using of another person’s intellectual output and presenting it as one’s own’. This includes the presentation of work that has been copied, in whole or part, from other sources (including other students’ work, published books or periodicals, or unpublished works or unauthorized collaboration with other persons), without due acknowledgement.
Consequences of Plagiarism and Collusion
A student found guilty of plagiarism will be subject to one or all of the following: Referral to Course Coordinator for: counseling; submission of further work; use of the services of Student Learning Unit; the placing of a record of the alleged infringement on the student’s file. Referral of the matter to the Head of School for: issuing of written warning; re-submission of work for assessment or the undertaking of another form of assessment such as an oral or unseen examination; allocation of a fail grade to part or all of the assessment; allocation a fail grade to the unit. Referral of the matter to the Dean for: suspension from the course; official disciplinary action by the University Disciplinary Committee.
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Investigation Principles, 2007.
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Records Principles 1997 (Amended 2006).
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Strengthening Victoria’s Response to Elder Abuse, 2005. ‘Report of the Elder Abuse Prevention Project’.
The Council on Ageing in Ottawa, 2006. ‘Ontario Government Working to Combat Elder Abuse’, Expert Share Innovative Approaches for Protecting Seniors.
Victorian Community Against Violence, 2005. ‘Preventing Elder Abuse Through the Health Sector’.
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