You are required to complete a 2,500 word research report. Your report should outline clear and concise recommendations for censorship guidelines.
HOW TO SUBMIT
Submit your assignment using the appropriate LMS assessment link
HOW IT IS ASSESSED (summary) — See LMS for full marking matrix
Your research report will be graded on the following criteria:
FEEDBACK FOR LEARNING You will be provided with a feedback file via LMS, as well as your grade on. all presentations have been marked. Use this feedback to guide how you approach assessments in your other units in criminology.
GUIDELINES for SUCCESS
Ensure that you have downloaded, read, and understood the specific guidelines and marking criteria available on LMS.
5.3 Academic integrity
Murdoch University expects students and staff to pursue the highest standards of integrity in all academic activity. Academic integrity involves behaving ethically and honestly in scholarship and relies on respect for others' ideas through proper acknowledgement and referencing of publications.
Academic misconduct is treat. seriously and penalties may apply.
More information about academic integrity can be found at httos://goto.murdoch.edu au/AcadernicIntegrity To help you learn about academic integrity practices, all students are required to complete the Murdoch Academic Passport IMAP1001. Please also note the library citation guide.
Murdoch University makes use of content matching software to detect submitted work that is not original. When you submit an assessment to myMurdoch Learning, it is checked by this software. Your Unit Coordinator may apply other processes to verify that your submitted assessment is your own work.
In this unit, we undertake these practices to assure academic integrity:
5.4 Word limit penalties
Students must ensure that their written work is within the published word limit. The following penalty will be applied fc work that exceeds the published word limit:
5.5 Extensions and late submissions
5.5.1 Assignment Extensions and late submissions
Students are required to submit assessment items on the due date so that marking can occur with feedback provided in a timely manner to support future learning.
Assessment work submitted after the due date without an approved extension of time will ordinarily attract a penalty (see below). Where special circumstances exist, an extension of time may be granted for submission of an assessment item without penalty.
In this unit, extensions and late submissions follow these requirements: