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Introduction: Connecting Plagiarism, Intellectual Property, and Disciplinary Habits

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pp. 1-19

The concept of ownership has become increasingly important in the teaching of writing, particularly as university faculty members encourage students to study and write collaboratively and to use the increasingly rich and available range of electronic resources....

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1. Open Sourcery: Computer Science and the Logic of Ownership

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pp. 20-48

This chapter participates in an increasingly important and sometimes acrimonious debate over how texts can be best circulated, shared, and, when appropriate, owned. Of course, these issues of textual and now digital ownership are not new. They have grown up, in fact, alongside ...

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2. Collaborative Authorship in the Sciences: Anti-ownership and Citation Practices in Chemistry and Biology

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pp. 49-79

Some years ago at a national writing conference, researchers reported on a campus-wide study of faculty understandings of plagiarism: not only did they find that scientists rejected the use of quotation marks, but also they learned that verbatim copying from textbooks was fine ...

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3. Studying with Fieldworkers: Archaeology and Sociology

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pp. 80-104

Our study of fieldworkers emerges from the project outlined by this volume and a mutual interest in the role of discourse and writing in the creation of knowledge. We were curious about how scholars identify what is theirs and how these understandings inform their ...

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4. Appropriation, Homage, and Pastiche: Using Artistic Tradition to Reconsider and Redefine Plagiarism

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pp. 105-128

Artists who work in visual media have always built on a tradition of appropriation: painters can speak of impressionists because of common techniques or materials; interior designers can produce French country because they use particular furniture, objects, and patterned...

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5. Higher Education Administration Ownership, Collaboration, and Publication: Connecting or Separating the Writing of Administrators, Faculty, and Students?

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pp. 129-155

At regular intervals, scandals involving commencement addresses, speeches, and presentations by college presidents and other administrators are revealed to contain material “lifted” from other sources without attribution. Recently, there were the cases of Scott D. Miller, the president of Wesley College, ...

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Conclusion: Rethinking our Use of “Plagiarism”

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pp. 156-177

We began this research hoping that defining disciplinary ownership would lead us to richer understandings of plagiarism, collaboration, and intellectual property and thus to more effective ways of teaching students about these issues. And indeed it has. It also has demonstrated ...

Appendix A: Common Research Questions

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pp. 178-179

Appendix B: “Common Knowledge”

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pp. 180-184

References

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pp. 185-191

Index

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pp. 192-194

Contributors

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pp. 195-196