Self-plagiarism and dual and redundant publications: What is the problem?

  title={Self-plagiarism and dual and redundant publications: What is the problem?},
  author={Stephanie J. Bird},
  journal={Science and Engineering Ethics},
  • S. Bird
  • Published 2002
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Science and Engineering Ethics
As indicated in his paper “Seven Ways to Plagiarize: Handling Real Allegations of Research Misconduct,” former Research Integrity Officer Michael Loui has encountered cases of self-plagiarism. This charge arises periodically and creates controversy within the scientific community. The term “self-plagiarism” is a murky one and merits some in-depth examination both because it is highly charged and because it covers a variety of distinct but related practices/issues. Self-plagiarism is not… Expand
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  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Science and engineering ethics
  • 2002
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