Inoculating Against Pro-Plagiarism Justifications: Rational and Affective Strategies

@article{Compton2008InoculatingAP,
  title={Inoculating Against Pro-Plagiarism Justifications: Rational and Affective Strategies},
  author={J. Compton and Michael Pfau},
  journal={Journal of Applied Communication Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={36},
  pages={119 - 98}
}
Student plagiarism continues to threaten academic integrity. This investigation assessed whether an inoculation message strategy could combat university plagiarism by protecting student attitudes against pro-plagiarism justification arguments. Additionally, we sought theoretical confirmation of previous findings on involvement and accessibility in inoculation, examined the effects on vested interest, and evaluated matching and mismatching strategies in terms of affect- and rationality-based… Expand
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