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Academic writing and plagiarism : a linguistic analysis / Diane Pecorari.

By: Pecorari, Diane.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : London Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2015. 2015Description: 214 p. ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781472589101 (pbk.); 9780826491664 (hbk.).Subject(s): Plagiarism | Academic writing | Report writing | Bibliographical citationsGenre/Form: LANGUAGE ARTS &​ DISCIPLINES -- Composition &​ Creative Writing. | LANGUAGE ARTS &​ DISCIPLINES -- Rhetoric. | REFERENCE -- Writing Skills.DDC classification: 808.066 PEC Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Plagiarism: Why the need for a linguistic analysis?; Notes; Chapter 2 Plagiarism in perspective; Plagiarism in Historical Context; Plagiarism in Intercultural Context; Plagiarism in Transatlantic Politics; Plagiarism, Civil Rights and a Sense of Proportion; Notes; Chapter 3 Learning to write from sources; What Do Writers Need to Know about Plagiarism?; What Do Writers Need to Know about Using Sources?; How Do They Learn It?; Notes; Chapter 4 The texts; Investigating Source Use; Opaque Source Use in the Writing Samples. Were Sources Used to Good Effect?Notes; Chapter 5 'My position, it is impossible': The writers' perspectives; Was It Intentional?; Where Did It Come from?; How Did They Learn?; Notes; Chapter 6 The readers; Reactions to the Source Use in Context; Reactions to Opaque Source Use; Identifying Problematic Source Use; Individual Responses; Chapter 7 Plagiarism, patchwriting and source use in context; Teaching about Plagiarism; Institutional Responses; Electronic Plagiarism Detection; The Global Academic Community; The University of the Future; The Commodification of Higher Education. Questions for Further InvestigationConclusion; Notes; Appendix: Research methods; Choice of Participants; Appendix: Research methods; Choice of Writing Sample; The Interviews; Textual Comparison; Inferring a Causal Relationship from Similarity; Ethical Concerns in Researching a Sensitive Topi; References; Author Index; Subject Index.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-207) and indexes.

Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Plagiarism: Why the need for a linguistic analysis?; Notes; Chapter 2 Plagiarism in perspective; Plagiarism in Historical Context; Plagiarism in Intercultural Context; Plagiarism in Transatlantic Politics; Plagiarism, Civil Rights and a Sense of Proportion; Notes; Chapter 3 Learning to write from sources; What Do Writers Need to Know about Plagiarism?; What Do Writers Need to Know about Using Sources?; How Do They Learn It?; Notes; Chapter 4 The texts; Investigating Source Use; Opaque Source Use in the Writing Samples.
Were Sources Used to Good Effect?Notes; Chapter 5 'My position, it is impossible': The writers' perspectives; Was It Intentional?; Where Did It Come from?; How Did They Learn?; Notes; Chapter 6 The readers; Reactions to the Source Use in Context; Reactions to Opaque Source Use; Identifying Problematic Source Use; Individual Responses; Chapter 7 Plagiarism, patchwriting and source use in context; Teaching about Plagiarism; Institutional Responses; Electronic Plagiarism Detection; The Global Academic Community; The University of the Future; The Commodification of Higher Education.
Questions for Further InvestigationConclusion; Notes; Appendix: Research methods; Choice of Participants; Appendix: Research methods; Choice of Writing Sample; The Interviews; Textual Comparison; Inferring a Causal Relationship from Similarity; Ethical Concerns in Researching a Sensitive Topi; References; Author Index; Subject Index.

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