Rethinking Plagiarism in the Digital Age

@inproceedings{Evering2012RethinkingPI,
  title={Rethinking Plagiarism in the Digital Age},
  author={Lea Calvert Evering and Gary B. Moorman},
  year={2012}
}
Plagiarism is a complex issue in need of reexamination. A common misconception is there is consensus on what constitute plagiarism, and general agreement that engaging in plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty is a major breech of ethics. There seems to be little concern for differentiating degrees of seriousness; the intentional copying of large amounts of text without acknowledgement is often viewed the same as failing to properly cite sources. Furthermore, instruction that… CONTINUE READING
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