Office use onlyAssessment Cover Sheet - Sociology
Surname: Rosales Given Names: Jaennette
Student ID: 23432853 Contact Phone Number: 0452482043
Unit Code: ATS2718 Unit Title: Families, relationships, and intimate life
Tutorial Day: Thursday Tutorial Time: 12 PM - 2 PM
Tutor's Name: Sian Supski
Assignment Title: Personal Life and Social Change Assignment
Date Due: 11-12 October 2013; 12 PM Date Submitted: 14 October 2013
Approx. No. of Words: 2000 Group Assignment: No
All work must be submitted by the due date.
For all assignments of 1,000 words or more handed in after the due date and without an agreed extension, a five percent penalty applies for the first day of the missed deadline. After that, a subsequent penalty of 2% per day will be applied for the next thirteen calendar days after the due date (including Saturdays and Sundays). No assignment can be accepted after more than fourteen calendar days except in exceptional circumstances and in consultation with your lecturer or tutor. If students face a significant illness or serious issue, it may be that Special Consideration is warranted.
If an extension of work is granted this must be specified with the signature of the lecturer or tutor.
Extension granted until: Tutor's Signature:
If you would like written feedback for your end of semester assessment eg research essay, then please tick the box and provide an A4 self-addressed stamped envelope stapled to your
assessment. NOTE: It is your responsibility to keep a copy of your essay
If there are no substantial factors to indicate that plagiarism was accidental or unintentional, plagiarism will be treated as cheating for the purposes of Monash Statute 4.1 - Discipline
Plagiarism: Plagiarism means to take and use another person's ideas or work and pass these off as one's own by failing to give appropriate acknowledgement. This includes material from any source - published and unpublished works, staff or students, the Internet.
Collusion: Collusion is the presentation of work which is the result in whole or in part of unauthorised collaboration with another person or persons.
Where there are reasonable grounds for believing that plagiarism has occurred, this will be reported to the Chief Examiner, who will disallow the work concerned by prohibiting assessment or refer the matter to the Faculty Manager.
For further information see the university's Plagiarism Policy at http://www.adm.monash.edu.au/execserv/policies/Academic-Policies/policy/plagarism-and-cheating.html
The information on this form is collected for the primary purpose of assessing your assignment. Other purposes of collection include recording your plagiarism and collusion declaration, attending to administrative matters and statistical analyses. If you choose not to complete all the questions on this form, it may not be possible...