A case of academic plagiarism

  title={A case of academic plagiarism},
  author={Ned Kock},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
  • N. Kock
  • Published 1999
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • Commun. ACM
Extra pressure is put on university professors in tenure-track appointments to generate a certain number of publications (preferably in refereed journals) [1]. Requirements for the number published and the journal or conference ranking usually depend on the candidate’s university and field of research [10]. Some universities grant tenure to candidates with two journal articles; others require more, with at least some in top-ranking journals. Such requirements can be particularly stressful for… Expand
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