Tutor profile: Madeleine P.
How do I write using my research without plagiarising those sources?
Plagiarism is when a writer uses someone else's words or ideas without giving them proper credit through a citation or reference. You can use other researchers ideas or findings to support and/or expand upon your own ideas, simply implement a citation style such as APA or Chicago in order to give proper credit and properly quote others work.
Subject: Study Skills
What are peer-reviewed articles and where can I find them?
Peer-review is a process often required for publishing research articles within academic journals. Essentially, experts within the field assess the article's accuracy and validity before publication. Peer-reviewed articles are within academic journals and you can find relevant articles using Google Scholar and/or library databases.
Subject: World History
What was iconoclasm in the Byzantium Empire?
Iconoclasm was the prohibition of religious icons and other images or monuments for religious or political motives by the Orthodox church. The practice of destroying religious imagery occurred during two different periods of Byzantine Empire history and was one of the important differences in ideology between the Byzantine and Carolingian Church which supported the use of religious iconography. Iconoclasm is an important concept for understanding Byzantine culture and religion in the 700 and 800s B.C.E.
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