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Plagiarism: a misplaced emphasis (Papers: Brian Martin 1994)

Published/Released on September 15, 1994 | Posted by Admin on January 14, 2016 / , , , , , ,
 


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Abstract: Plagiarism is conventionally seen as a serious breach of scholarly ethics, being a theft of credit for ideas in a competitive intellectual marketplace. This emphasis overlooks the vast amount of institutionalized plagiarism, including ghostwriting and attribution of authorship to bureaucratic elites. There is a case for reducing the stigma for competitive plagiarism while exposing and challenging the institutionalized varieties.

Brian Martin. Plagiarism: a misplaced emphasis. Journal of Information Ethics, Vol. 3, No. 2, Fall 1994, pp. 36-47. On the over-emphasis on competitive plagiarism and the neglect of institutionalised plagiarism.



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