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Critical conversations about plagiarism

Author: Michael Donnelly
Publisher: Anderson, S.C. : Parlor Press, 2012.
Series: Lenses on composition studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Most treatments of plagiarism as part of undergraduate education deal with the issue in an overly simplistic and misleading fashion, tending to imply that plagiarism is a concept easily understood and easily avoided, casting the problem as an ethical issue--a choice between honesty and dishonesty--and/or as a technical issue, best avoided by attention to appropriate citation formats. Edited by Michael Donnelly,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Donnelly
ISBN: 9781602353480 1602353484 9781602353497 1602353492 9781602353503 1602353506 9781602353510 1602353514
OCLC Number: 806981129
Description: xxxviii, 213 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Definitions of plagiarism: distinctions, laws, and rules. Examining teachers' and students' attitudes towards plagiarism / Phillip Marzluf --
Plagiarism vs. copyright law: is all copying theft? / Jessica Reyman --
Art and the question of borrowing: approaches to plagiarism in literature courses / Esra Mirze Santesso --
From rules to judgment: exploring the plagiarism threshold in academic writing / Paul Parker --
Texts, technologies, and surveillance. Sampling is theft? creativity and citation after hip hop / Richard Schur --
Teaching plagiarism: remix as composing / Martine Courant Rife and Danielle Nicole Devoss --
Instructors as surveyors, students as criminals: Turnitin and the culture of suspicion / Deborah Harris-Moore --
A marked resemblance: students, teachers, and the dynamics of plagiarism / Sean Zwagerman --
Authorship and ownership: cultural and cross-cultural perspectives. Who cares about plagiarism? cheating and consequences in the pop culture classroom / Bridget M. Marshall --
Finding the source: the roots and problems of plagiarism / Rachel Knaizer --
Plagiarism and cross-cultural mythology / Lise Buranen --
Thinking globally about plagiarism: international academic writers' perspectives / Anne-Marie Pedersen.
Series Title: Lenses on composition studies.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Donnelly [and others].

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"Most treatments of plagiarism as part of undergraduate education deal with the issue in an overly simplistic and misleading fashion, tending to imply that plagiarism is a concept easily understood and easily avoided, casting the problem as an ethical issue--a choice between honesty and dishonesty--and/or as a technical issue, best avoided by attention to appropriate citation formats. Edited by Michael Donnelly, Rebecca Ingalls, Tracy Ann Morse, Joanna Castner Post, and Anne Meade Stockdell-Giesler, Critical Conversations About Plagiarism instead invites students and teachers to engage in deep, critical discussions about a complicated topic in ways that are both accessible and intellectually challenging. The essays address a range of complex, interrelated ideas, concepts, and issues: theories about knowledge creation and ideas about authorship; issues of collaboration, borrowing, remixing, and plagiarism; copyright and intellectual property; historical constructions of authorship; student and teacher identities and roles; cross-cultural perspectives on plagiarism; and the impact of new technologies. Contributors include Phillip Marzluf, Jessica Reyman, Esra Mirze Santesso, Paul Parker, Richard Schur, Martine Courant Rife, Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, Deborah Harris-Moore, Sean Zwagerman, Bridget M. Marshall, Rachel Knaizer, Lise Buranen, and Anne-Marie Pedersen. Rather than speak down to students about what they don't know or understand, these essays invite students to explore and discuss in depth the controversies about plagiarism that writers constantly negotiate across a variety of contexts. Critical Conversations About Plagiarism makes such discussions accessible to undergraduate and graduate students, and, at the same time, it provides teachers with tools for facilitating those conversations. Critical Conversations About Plagiarism is the second volume in Parlor Press's Lenses on Composition Studies series, which features texts written specifically for upper-level undergraduate and entry-level graduate courses in composition studies."--Publisher's website.

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