Understanding “Internet plagiarism”

  title={Understanding “Internet plagiarism”},
  author={R. Howard},
  journal={Computers and Composition},
  • R. Howard
  • Published 2007
  • Computer Science
  • Computers and Composition
  • Current concerns about plagiarism participate in a culture-wide anxiety that mirrors the cultural climate in previous textual revolutions. In today’s revolution, the Internet is described as the cause of a perceived increase in plagiarism, and plagiarism-detecting services (PDSs) are described as the best solution. The role of the Internet should be understood, however, not just in terms of access to text but also in terms of textual relationships. Synthesizing representations of iText with… CONTINUE READING
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