Plagiarism and Scholarly Publications: An Ethical Analysis

@article{Gotterbarn2006PlagiarismAS,
  title={Plagiarism and Scholarly Publications: An Ethical Analysis},
  author={Donald Gotterbarn and Ken Miller and John Impagliazzo},
  journal={Proceedings. Frontiers in Education. 36th Annual Conference},
  year={2006},
  pages={22-27}
}
All professional organizations that have a publication component should have a strongly articulated position against plagiarism. Such a position has a solid foundation in common understandings of ethical principles including the encouragement of honesty and the discouragement of stealing. Having a strong, ethical position against plagiarism is different from the implementation of a strong, enforceable policy against plagiarism. This paper examines some practical challenges to enforcement… CONTINUE READING

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