Student Plagiarism in Higher Education

Editors: Pecorari, Diane and Shaw, Philip
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Routledge

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ISBN: 978-1-138-05515-5
Category: Social Sciences - Education
Image Count: 14
Book Status: Available
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Student Plagiarism in Higher Education is a crucial read for any university teacher concerned about plagiarism. It provides the tools and information needed to assess this often complex international phenomenon constructively and effectively from a variety of angles, and provides a framework for further discussion and research.

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Table of Contents

    • List of illustrations
    • Series editors’ introduction
    • 1 Why so many questions about plagiarism? - PHILIP SHAW AND DIANE PECORARI
    • 2 Can plagiarism be defined? - DIANE PECORARI
    • 3 How much can you copy? - MARY DAVIS AND JOHN MORLEY
    • 4 Is student plagiarism still a serious problem in universities today? - WENDY SUTHERLAND-SMITH
    • 5 Why does plagiarism detection software not find all plagiarism? - DEBORA WEBER-WULFF
    • 6 Can we use plagiarism detection services responsibly? - JORDAN CANZONETTA
    • 7 How does intertextuality inform plagiarism? - ERIK BORG
    • 8 Shouldn't our expectations of students’ and academics’ intertextuality practices differ? - SANDRA JAMIESON
    • 9 Are we making our students plagiarize? - PHILIP SHAW
    • 10 What really is the relationship between plagiarism and culture? Some thoughts from the Chinese context - YONGYAN LI AND JOHN FLOWERDEW
    • 11 So what should we do? - DIANE PECORARI AND PHILIP SHAW
    • About the authors