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Understanding plagiarism : developing a model of plagiarising behaviour Dr

  title={Understanding plagiarism : developing a model of plagiarising behaviour Dr},
  author={Lisa Jordan Powell},
Plagiarism is a multifaceted, contextually specific and highly complex issue that is further complicated by divergent and emotive views that surround our understanding of what it is, why it occurs and how to prevent it. The literature provides evidence of the many differences that currently exist between researchers, educators and students about what constitutes ‘plagiarism’ and how it is viewed by Western cultures (Devlin & Gray, 2007; Larkham & Manns, 2002). The purpose of this paper is to… 

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