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Basic Requirements • 7 pages • Standard, 12-pt font, double-spaced • 1” margins • When citing sources, use MLA or Chicago-style format (look-up formats online for tips). • Due Date: Friday, May 14th @ 12pm (on OnCourse) Assignment Description For the final paper, you will be asked to pick some ongoing/current event or issue in contemporary international politics, and analyze its origins, meaning, and political significance through (at least) one of the theories we have discussed in class. The purpose of this paper, in other words, is to explain how some author/theory we have read in this class can be used to make sense of and perhaps even solve an event or issue in “the real world.” In the paper, then, your task is twofold: (a) summarize and explain the event/issue you have chosen to analyze (e.g. Who is involved? When did the situation develop? What is its current status? Why is it relevant to international politics?) (b) assess how the event can be explained, better understood, and perhaps solved by approaching it via one of the theories we have discussed it in class. This will require that you not only summarize and explain the theory itself, but also show how the theory can be applied to make sense of the event/issue you have chosen to analyze. Because this project requires you to meld course texts with outside research on the current event you choose, your paper must engage with at least one course reading and cite at least three outside sources, two of which must be from an academic book or journal. Note: To encourage creativity and skill-development, I’m open to receiving final projects that take different forms than a traditional paper. Examples include, but are not limited to, written papers, podcasts, and websites. Should you choose to present your research in a format other than a paper, you must speak with me to discuss stylistic expectations. The basic citation requirements outlined above will still hold. Papers will be evaluated on the following criteria: 1. The demonstrated knowledge of your summary/explanation of the current/event issue you have chosen to analyze; 2. The demonstrated knowledge of and accuracy with which you discuss the author/theory you choose to apply to your current event/issue; 3. Whether you fulfilled the assignment description (by applying theory to better explain/understand the “real world” issue/event); 4. Organization, coherence, and clarify of your overall essay; 5. Writing quality (grammar, sentence structure, spelling, etc.)

Research Paper for Yale SOM course MGT 879

Research Paper for Yale SOM course MGT 879 Spring 2021 (Professor Pinker) Instructions: Choose one of the provided topics or propose one of your own by Friday April 2nd. Paper is due the last day of class May 4th. 8-10 pages dbl spaced (not including references). Individual assignment. Standards: Basic expectation that papers are grammatically correct and coherently written. Claims made in the paper have to be backed up with references to reputable sources and data. Some sources have to be from academic literature, cannot just rely on the popular press. This can also be more journalistic where you interview experts and people involved in some activity or situation (examples are in the topic list). Topics Telemedicine in primary care: What is the impact of telemedicine on the delivery of primary care? There are several perspectives to take here and you don’t have to address all of them in detail. 1) How does telemedicine change the care delivery process? What needs to be done differently in a physician’s practice? 2) How is the health of patients impacted by TM? 3) What is the extent of the adoption of telemedicine? I.e. how many people are impacted by it and what kind of people (demographically, geographically…)? 4) What is influencing the adoption of TM and what obstacles remain to wider adoption? 5) What direction is the technology heading? • Telemedicine in specialist care: See above comments on TM in primary care for some guidance, but also pay attention to the following: 1) What specialties are best suited to TM given the current technology and how might this change in the future? 2) How does TM impact access to specialties? • Covid19 Vaccine distribution: Analyze different ways the various vaccines for Covid-19 are being distributed. This can be focused on the US looking at differences among states or across countries. Try to give attention to some of the details of the process of getting a vaccine into a person and identify the challenges that can come up. Use an operations perspective to identify principles for delivering mass vaccination quickly and efficiently. Make sure to define what you think the most important performance criteria for vaccine distribution are. • National stockpiles of medical equipment: During the Covid pandemic many deficiencies in the national stockpiles for important medical equipment came to light. Report on what kinds of equipment are typically stockpiled. Using some specific example(s) analyze what the factors involved in determining if there is adequate supply being sure to define carefully what performance measures are most important. For the examples you focus on what policy recommendations can you make to improve performance in the future? • Redesign of healthcare delivery spaces to take into account changes brought by Covid: Delivering care during the Covid-19 pandemic has required healthcare providers to use their facilities differently to prevent infections among patients seeking care and the staff serving them. These adjustments were made to existing facilities on the fly. Looking ahead try to address what guidelines might continue into the future and how healthcare delivery spaces might be redesigned to better fit those new realities.• Vaccine supply chain: Vaccines for Covid-19 were developed incredibly rapidly by most standards there is at the same time a long road ahead until most of the world’s population is vaccinated and there is a lot of variability across countries in terms of the vaccine distribution. Analyze the vaccine supply chain from development to distribution and explain the factors that have been facilitating and hindering it. Think about what delays were avoidable and which ones are inevitable. • Follow-up on pediatric vaccination program in CT: Report on the Connecticut childhood vaccination program described in the Children’s Premier case study. Take the format of an in-depth newspaper or magazine article and interview state health department officials and pediatricians to explain how the program works and what it has achieved from the perspective of the relevant parties. • Access to care in the VA: Delays veterans have faced in getting care through the VA system has drawn a lot of attention over the last several years. This has led to many leadership changes at the VA and a variety of policy changes about how veterans get access to care. Report on what has happened on this front in the VA over the last 5-years and what lessons have been learned. • Access to care in rural areas: Access to healthcare in the US varies greatly by region of the country. Even across rural areas there are great disparities. Report on the state of access to healthcare in rural areas giving attention to identifying the specific types of care/services that are limited and what factors are driving these limitations. Identify some innovations that appear to have promise in addressing the shortcomings. Focus on operational issues. • Access to care in urban areas: Urban centers in the US typically have high concentrations of hospitals and are often the locations of the highest level of medical services. Yet, within these urban areas there are populations that face obstacles to accessing care. Report on the factors limiting access to healthcare in urban centers giving attention to identifying the specific types of care/services that are limited. Identify some innovations that appear to have promise in addressing the shortcomings. Focus on operational issues. • Impact of medical training on productivity or quality in hospitals: Academic medical centers have a responsibility to serve as a training ground for new physicians. This creates additional operational challenges for the efficient delivery of care. Using specific examples, take an in-depth look at care delivery processes and how they are impacted by trainees. • Moving to 24/7 operations in healthcare: Healthcare services of all kinds are less available at night and on the weekends, and yet people get sick around the clock. Physical facilities and equipment have a large fixed cost and there are financial benefits to operating them at a high utilization. Lighter operations on weekends, say, will reduce facility utilization. Analyze the tradeoffs involved in moving toward more 24/7 like operations in hospitals. What are the costs and benefits? • Use of decision support systems in clinical care. Advances in data collection and analysis methods have fueled increasing efforts to use computer algorithms to guide care decisions and make diagnoses. Report on what considerations are most important in determining whether a particular computer based tool is useful/useable in the medical setting. What are application areas in which these tools seem to be most promising, explain what benefit they are bringing?

Economics 118 Assignment 4

Writing Assignment.  Please see the following articles for this assignment:

1.  Chipotle expanding Canadian presence

2.  Chipotle Gets Into the Autonomous Delivery Vehicles Business with an Investment in Nuro

3.  Chipotle Is Handing Out $100,000 in Free Bitcoin (Plus Burritos)

Assume that your team asked you to write the “Other Factors” section for your team project.  The “Other Factors” section can be on anything of interest that impacts Chipotle or the industry.  You have Googled these interesting articles and want to summarize and include the information in your paper.  

Please read these articles and choose two of the three articles/topics for your (practice) Other Factors section.  You should write two to three paragraphs for each of the two topics you choose.  By the way, long paragraphs are bad.  Use sub-headers, as you should in your paper, since these articles are on completely different subjects.  Of course, in your paper, you would likely find other articles on these subjects in order to fully flesh out your understanding and support your writing.  Therefore, feel free to look at other articles as well.  This assignment requires synthesizing these articles into a limited discussion.  Therefore, you will not be able to discuss everything in the articles.  Pick and choose areas that you believe are the most interesting or helpful to the ultimate reader.

You should cite all articles used in the footnotes as you would for the project (per the Project Assignment instructions).  Also, you want to make sure that you do not violate the rules on plagiarism.  Please refer to the team project assignment on GS, which includes a discussion of plagiarism and footnoting/citing.  Once again, I would encourage you to look at the good projects posted on GS from last spring for inspiration.  As always, you want to make your writing as interesting as possible, which requires some thought, not simply regurgitation.  

Please limit your writing to 500-600 words (this assignment is just over 400 words; therefore, it would be about 1.5 pages using this font and spacing).  We want to be able to grade these without downloading files, so please write the assignment in Word and then paste it into the submission box on GS.  Or, since the assignment function counts words as well, so you could write it directly in the submission box if you choose. You can manually include the footnote numbers since there will be very few footnotes (or course, Word does it automatically).  Have fun!

Economics 118 Assignment 6

Review the Morningstar Equity Analyst Report on Chipotle included with this assignment. The last four pages cover methodology/ disclosures. Please note that the analyst reports are very current through about page 5, and then include archived coverage until they get to some additional competitor and quantitative analysis. As you will see, the report is arranged by topics. Please answer directly on GS. 1. What is the overall date of the report? 2. Does Morningstar believe Chipotle is undervalued or overvalued? 3. A. What was Chipotle’s last stock price at the time of the report? B. What is Morningstar’s fair value estimate as of the report date? 4. What does Morningstar think of Chipotle CEO’s performance? 5. Does Morningstar believe that Chipotle can survive the coronavirus issues? Why? 6. A. What are the “Bulls” main points in favor of Chipotle (summarized)? B. What are the “Bears” main points against Chipotle (summarized)? 7. What competitors does the report include charts for on price to fair value? 8. What does Morningstar rate Chipotle concerning “uncertainty”? 9. A. How does Morningstar define companies with a narrow economic moat? B. What is Chipotle’s economic moat? C. What is Chipotle’s “moat trend”? D. What seems to be the largest factor the analyst used in determining Chipotle’s moat? 10. What do you think of this report? Useful? Briefly explain.

Brand marketing individual term paper

Brand marketing individual term paper.

Each student has to turn in an individual term paper focusing on new brand creation in no more than 10 double-spaced pages on the date specified in the schedule.

Create a new brand 

I received several inquiries about the individual term paper. For the possibly shared questions, please allow me to answer them here.

1. What does “brand creation” mean?

A: In the term paper, you should create a brand, which can be a new brand developed by an existing company or brand group (e.g. P&G) or a totally new brand with a new product/service. It can be a brand for (a) products, service, place, or even idea.

It’s different from the individual presentation, which focuses on making yourself a brand. So please don’t repeat to create the person, you, as the brand.

2. What contents shall I cover in the term paper for the brand creation?

A: for what contents to include in the term paper, please refer to my slides of Module3-4.refer to Powerpoints These two modules are about developing a brand strategy and designing & implementing brand marketing programs. To create a brand, you need to adopt a specific brand strategy and execute some marketing elements/programs to communicate with the customers about this brand. You don’t have to cover all concepts introduced in these two modules. Use the relevant and essential concepts to articulate the brand positioning, elements, and brand marketing tools.

3. Any sample paper and structure requirement?

A: I don’t want to constraint you with a given structure or sample paper. So please decide your own structure that can best organize the relevant points that you believe are important to the brand creation. The finished individual presentations on developing yourself as a brand may have given you sense about what content to cover in the brand creation term paper. The structure can be similar; the difference is the topic, one about yourself as a brand and the other about the other thing as a new brand.

Things you could include:

Brand name

Brand elements

MGMT3015 2021 Briefing Case Analysis 2 (1).docx

Assessment Task 3 (Individual Case Analysis 2) 

You are to analyse and report on the case study ‘Thompson, 2020, ‘Mattel Incorporated in 2018: Can Ynon Kreiz Save the Toys?’ (Case 19 pp. C215-231 in Thompson, Peteraf, Strickland & Gamble, 2020, Crafting & Executing Strategy: The Quest for Competitive Advantage 22nd Edition, McGraw Hill)

Specifically, you are to:

  1. Conduct relevant analyses of the information contained in the case study using theories, models and frameworks covered in textbook readings, lectures and tutorials and specifically relating these to the materials studied in Weeks 1-8 of the course MGMT3015.  This means that you should compare and contrast facts from the case to the detail of models, frameworks and theories covered in Weeks 1-8.  You should use only information contained in the case study as set out on pages C216-231 of the textbook.  You are not expected to conduct analyses using any other sources other than the case study and you will not be rewarded for doing so – information included in your analyses that comes from sources other than the case study will be ignored in assessing your assignment submission.
  2. Derive strategic insights (issues that you interpret as positive or negative trends, opportunities or threats) from your analyses in point 1 above.  This means you should clearly explain the strategic implications of the analyses that you have performed by setting out what issues of strategic significance you see in your comparisons/contrasts of the facts of the case to the detail of the models, frameworks and theory and detailing what these indicate to you about existing strategies and future strategic options.
  3. Recommend and justify some strategies or programs of strategic action that you believe Mattel should adopt in order to seize the most attractive opportunities or avoid the most potentially damaging threats that you have identified through your analysis (Point 1) and aligning these to your strategic insights (point 2) above.  In developing these strategies make sure you justify your recommendations (explain why your ideas are good strategic ideas) and also make sure that you frame these using models, frameworks and theories covered in Weeks 1-8.

A reminder – the purpose of the assignment is for you to demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply models, concepts and frameworks covered in the course MGMT3015.  Therefore, the practice of simply sourcing and copying or paraphrasing the work of another person does not demonstrate understanding or ability to apply concepts, models and frameworks that you have learned.      

You are expected to comply with ANU Academic standards including ensuring that all ideas, insights and recommendations are either your own original work or appropriately cited and referenced.  Use of any information that is not your own original work must be appropriately identified and cited – and excessive use of work that is not your own original work (e.g. heavy reliance on finding and copying or paraphrasing the work of another person including students at ANU or another institution) will be treated as academic misconduct and will be investigated and potentially penalised heavily.   

If you need to refresh yourself on what is expected, you should refer to this link to the Academic Misconduct Rule of the Australian National University via

ARLH 363 Research Paper Spring 2021

Final Project: Academic Research Intensive

Research topic

Choose a building, landscape, or building type as a case study.  It should not be a building traditionally considered monumental.  It may be a building type we discuss in class, but you must analyze it in ways that differ from how it was discussed in class. I strongly encourage you to discuss with me your proposed topic prior to the submission of the paper proposal.

Write a 7 to 10-page paper in which you analyze your case study from three of the perspectives introduced in this class.  These include how the architecture shapes and is shaped by a culture’s conception of family and community, how the architecture reflects attitudes about gender, how the architecture employs structure and material, how the architecture responds to climate, etc.

In addition to a body in which you analyze your architecture from three perspectives, the paper should have an introduction with a clear and concise thesis statement and a conclusion.    


Due Sun. April 18 uploaded to Blackboard by the beginning of class:

  • One page paper proposal with:
    •  Clearly defined preliminary thesis
    •  The building type you plan to discuss and a brief description of the three perspectives you will use to analyze it
    • At least three scholarly or professional sources you plan to use in proper Chicago Style format.
    • In addition, please attach an image of the building you plan to discuss.  

Due Fri. May 21, end of day uploaded to Blackboard:

Final paper formatted in Chicago Style (footnotes/bibliography), 12 point font, double spaced, 1” margins on the top and bottom, 1.25” margins on the sides, written in an academic manner with minimal errors in grammar and punctuation.  In addition it should have:

  • Clearly defined preliminary thesis that explains what your building type is and how you will analyze it.
  • Clear organization that includes an introduction, a conclusion, and shows three methods of analysis
  • Evidence that your secondary sources and articles from class were used through the inclusion of footnotes and quotes.
  • A bibliography with at least five sources.  Additional, non-scholarly sources may be used, but they should be used with discretion and critical thought.
  • Images of the building with full labels (name of building, location, date, etc.).  These should be referred to in the paper at key points.  
  • Sample rubric is found below.

Suggested Resources

  • Use the bibliography found in the textbooks.
  • Search databases for scholarly articles and articles from architecture journals, particularly the Avery Index, JSTOR, ArtSource, and ProjectMuse.
  • Wikipedia is not an adequate source, but many Wikipedia articles now have very extensive lists of sources.
  • For books and essay collections, it may be necessary to venture outside of the holdings of SCAD Atlanta.  Emory University is a particularly excellent research library that you can access after getting a card from the librarians at SCAD Atlanta.  Books can also be ordered from Savannah and books and articles can be ordered through interlibrary loan.  However, they should be ordered as early in the quarter as possible.   
  • For extra help with any aspect of the writing process, please contact the Writers’ Studio (Room 416, ACA Library, [email protected])
Rubric: Building Type from Three Perspectives  Comments Points
ContentThe paper has a clear, thought-provoking thesis that is successfully argued in the rest of the paper and a clear conclusion summarizing that argument.The paper provides a general description of the building or building type.The paper successfully analyzes the building from three different perspectives.   _/10 _/5 __/15__15__/15 
ResearchThe paper follows the assignment in using enough scholarly journals and articles.The paper shows evidence that those sources were actually used in crafting its argument.  _/10 __/10 
Style and GrammarOrganization:  Individual paragraphs are properly structured and the paragraphs themselves are organized in a logical manner.  The paper contains an introduction and conclusion.Grammar:  The paper keeps grammar errors to a minimum.Style and formatting:  The paper is formatted properly.  The paper has a formal academic tone and avoids awkward, vague, or improper word choice.     __/7  __/7  __/7Overall: /100

Eco365 Trading Project Advice

1. Being as groups have at least 5 people a good rule is that each person should research one currency with an associated company or even a sector. This means each person has a great deal of autonomy. Groups with more than 5 people might research more than 5 currencies and companies or do more detailed research for the 5 currencies and companies. When groups have more than 5 and it is decided to trade more than 5 currencies or companies then every extra person can add 200,000 to the group’s investment capital. 2. Finance theory provides investors with an asset pricing formula but does not really predict how asset prices might change. Economics provides a great deal of insight as to how asset prices will change. The main point is that you do not need to have studied fifinance theory to construct a good project. You do need models we will study in eco365 as well as basic micro and macro theory. Both the foreign exchange market model introduced in ch. 2 and the open economy IS-LM model are good models to use for predicting currency movements. You might also use any conditions studied in ch. 3. Stock prices respond to higher profifits. A company whose profifit stands to increase during the next year will experience a rise its stock price very quickly; if profifit seems likely to fall over the next year the stock price will fall quickly. The reason for this is that investors build events that are expected to occur in the future into stock prices immediately. Both micro and macro factors affffect stock prices. If demand for the fifirm’s products is expected to rise or its costs are expected to fall then profifits should rise. The reverse is also true. Microeconomic factors affffect both demand and costs so these should be considered in the investment decision. But macroeconomic factors are also important since profifits rise during economic expansions (more prosperity creates rising demand). Recessions create falling demand. Be sure to discuss macroeconomic conditions when justifying investment decisions. Using current microeconomic and macroeconomic events such as product, cost or earnings developments, monetary and fifiscal policy, is critical to completing a strong project. Basically you’re using current events to determine how the curves in our economic models shift then making connections with stock prices and exchange rates. Several business periodicals are useful for current events and analyzing their implications. Consider The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, The Report on Business of the Globe and Mail and The Financial Times. Internet sites are useful for getting corporate earnings 1but you should look at something other than these sites for your information about economic policies and events. 3. Be sure to use macro factors to explain your investment choices. Many students get caught up in micro analysis of the company and forget they have to justify investing in a foreign economy as well. Macro factors will affffect both corporate profifits and the exchange rate. One common flflaw of assignments is to focus so much on the stock investments that the reasons for investing in an asset priced in a particular currency suffffers. Remember to justify buying assets in a particular currency. Being as profifits must be reported in Canadian dollars (CAD) this means a solid amount of analysis must be devoted to how the currency will flfluctuate against the CAD. Look at the sample trade for an example of the kind of analysis required. 4. You are free to bounce ideas for potential trades offff me during offiffiffice hours or by email. 5. Look at the sample analysis posted on Quercus for an example of the kind of work required. This is meant to be a guide or illustration rather than something to be imitated without variation. Remember, this is an opportunity to apply your knowledge of economics to investment decisions and be creative. 6. You should explain key price movements over the term. Typically part of your forecast will be accurate but unexpected events will occur. When a trade generates a loss explain what happened and why prices moved adversely using economic or fifinancial models. Grades are determined by the quality of the analysis. Always being correct about the price movements is not necessary. Reporting reasons why trades generated losses is a key part of the analysis. 7. Each individual should write up his own analysis but there should be a brief introduction describing the stocks and currencies analyzed. One person might write this or it might be a joint effffort. Motivations for examining difffferent companies and currencies can be included here with more detailed reasons presented in the body of the text. 8. Websites for price quotes are on the syllabus. You are free to fifind your own websites. 9. Events that are common knowledge do not need to be referenced or footnoted. But statistics on company earnings, GDP growth, inflflation and 2the like must be referenced. Look at the sample trade. It’s enough to state the stats then use a bracket with the author, date and page. If you use the opinions of stock analysts the sources must appear in the list of references. Failure to cite sources for statistics and lesser known facts in the body of the text as well as at the end of the project in a list of references constitutes a form of plaigarism 10. Citing the opinions of stock or currency analysts is fifine but discuss their views in depth. Again, emphasize why they expect something to happen. But it is more impressive if you make the connections yourself using models rather than relying on the views of some analysts. ll. Using technical trading rules is fifine but they should supplement fundamental analysis. Be precise about the mechanics of the technical indicator. But these indicators cannot be the focal point of your trading strategy being as you are graded on the quality of analysis. No one knows if technical signals are even valid or why they work in certain cases. Economic models are a superior vehicle of analysis so focus on them. Possible Companies: Weapons Manufacturers: Northorp Gruuman, Smith and Wesson, Colt, Lockheed. Food Companies: Monsanto, MacDonald’s Pepsi, Coco-Cola, Marks and Spencer. Automotive Companies: Ford, GM , Chrysler, Honda, Toyota, Voltwagon, Daimler-Benz Airlines: American Airlines, Airbus, British Airways Finance: Citi Corp, Chase Manhattan, Royal Bank, TD Bank, Loyd’s, Royal Bank of Scotland, Merrill Lynch Luxury Companies: Moet-Hennessy, Chanel, L’Oreal, Burberry Retail: Walmart, Amazon, Nordstorm, Target Construction Companies: Caterpillar Computer Companies: IBM, Dell, Samsung, Blackberry, Huawei

Economics 118 Assignment 7

Use the included Chipotle’s Financials Assignment 7 to complete this homework assignment. As you will see, I have already prepared the common-sized balance sheets for Chipotle, which completes the set (balance sheets, income statements, SOCFs, Summary Analysis are also included). 1. Use Excel to calculate the balance sheet ratios listed below the balance sheet for Chipotle. Nearly all of them should be extremely easy since you simply need to pull balance sheet numbers from same schedule. The schedule is set up on the BS (included the same way as Deckers’ ratios on that balance sheet – on GS, first week’s materials). In some cases, you will need to click on the income statement number needed from that statement. Again, once you have formulas for the 2020 ratios, you should be able to copy and paste the formulas in that column to the other years to complete the ratios. If you’re not sure how to do the formulas, you should be able to click on my ratios for Deckers and see the formulas. If you already know how to do the formulas, you should be able to complete this part in around 10 minutes. 2. Analyze Chipotle’s balance sheet. Go through the same process we’ve done in class (and outlined in my handbook). That is, look for material items, change, and importance. Per my review, like Deckers, it appears that there are quite a few immaterial items. For this portion, identify the items (or line items) requiring analysis and tell me why you chose them. Then discuss whether you can figure out what is going on with these items by checking across the other statements. If not, briefly scan through the 10-K to see if you can find more detail. Please note, the detail might not be there, so do not spend a lot of time looking. The statement of stockholder’s equity is not included. If that would help (i.e., the equity accounts), just go to Chipotle’s 10-Ks on To the extend applicable, be sure to compare the balance sheet ratios to McDonald’s ratios that I also provided on the BS. That is, you would only use those to the extent they support your analysis of the line items determined above. For example, if you deem accounts payable immaterial or otherwise not worthy of specific analysis, you can ignore the Days Payable Outstanding ratio (and corresponding McD ratio). Although most of this assignment will be graded on effort alone (I’m assuming you can do the ratios), you do not need to write pages of analysis. One written page in a format similar to this – single-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font – is sufficient. This assignment is just over 500 words, so I would assume a full page would be about 500-600 words in this format. Please download your completed Excel spreadsheet (Part 1) and a Word document (Part 2). You should be able to complete this assignment fairly quickly (about an hour or so) . . . I want you working on your project at this point

如何降低论文重复率?关于 Turnitin查重你需要知道的所有细节

Turnitin查重会收录吗?Turnitin查重检测报告(Turnitin Originality Report)怎么看?关于Turnitin查重还有什么其他需要知道的重要细节呢?SimpleTense今天为你一一详细介绍。



Turnitin 查重的检测原理是:通过用户上传文稿与Turnitin海量的云端数据库和网页进行相似性的比对,并可以快速得到一个相似性评分,同时还会得到在“原创性报告”上面生成段落和句字相似性评分,并注明抄袭来源。

Turnitin & Turnitin UK 的区别

Turnitin UK主要针对英国大学和在英国的其他学术机构,在英国留学的同学应该非常熟悉了,因为每一篇Essay和Paper都会提交到TurnitinUK系统,很多教授都是直接通过TurnitinUK系统打分,查询成绩。


不同于TurnitinUK主要适用于英国地区的大学,Turnitin的适用范围更广,主要针对北美和其他国家地区的大学。其中包括美国、 澳洲 、加拿大、 新加坡、新西兰等国家使用。



在SimpleTense,这个问题完全不用担心!SimpleTense所用的 Turnitin查重账号只查询,不提交入库,100%不会被收录。另外,我们会采用邮件的形式发送Turnitin查重检测报告,只有您本人才可以下载。


Turnitin查重检测报告(Turnitin Originality Report)怎么看


Turnitin查重报告最上方有一个总相似性指标,Similarity Index,是指论文最终的重复率,其中包含互联网来源、出版物和学生文稿。Internet Sources指的是互联网来源;Publications指的是报纸、期刊及其他出版物;Student Papers指的是之前学生提交过的论文。因为同一处文字需要同时在以上三个来源检测,三者存在交集,所以三者相加的结果要超过总相似性指标。

另外,各个句子,段落也会有相似性指标用彩色标注,蓝带 (0%),绿带(1-24%),黄带(25-49%),橘带 (50-74%) ,红带 (75-100%)内。

带颜色的部分都是存在相似重复的,为了降低论文重复率,必须修改这些部分。 Turnitin使用不同颜色的来源对应去匹配文章中的内容,并且生成一份简单明了的相似指数得分。

正文中的序号1、2、3与报告右侧的 “Sources”的序号是一一对应的。





4) 尽量避免直接引用。直接引用的字数不超过总字数的10%为佳。多使用间接引用和paraphrase。Paraphrase是指把原文的意思根据自己的理解用自己的话说出来,而不是简单改几个词。