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Contents

Introduction
     Caroline Eisner and Martha Vicinus

ORIGINALITY

Choosing Metaphors
     Jessica Litman

On Ethical Issues in Publishing in the Life Sciences
     Gilbert S. Omenn

Reviewing the Author-Function in the Age of Wikipedia
     Amit Ray and Erhardt Graeff

Internet and Open-Access Publishing in Physics Research
     Gordon Kane

Do Thesis Statements Short-Circuit Originality in Students' Writing?
     Anne Berggren

Cloud Gate: Challenging Reproducibility
     Jeff Ward

IMITATION

Genres as Forms of In(ter)vention
     Anis Bawarshi

When Copying Is Not Copying: Plagiarism and French Composition Scholarship
     Christiane Donahue

The Dynamic Nature of Common Knowledge
     Amy England

Instinctual Ballast: Imitation and Creative Writing
     Christina Pugh

The Anthology as a Literary Creation: On Innovation and Plagiarism in Textual Collections
     Christopher M. Kuipers

Economies of Plagiarism: The i-Map and Issues of Ownership in Information Gathering
     Kim Walden and Alan Peacock

“Fair Use,” Copyright Law, and the Composition Teacher
     Martine Courant Rife

PLAGIARISM

History and the Disciplining of Plagiarism
     Michael Grossberg

Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement: The Costs of Confusion
     Laura J. Murray

Plagiarism, a Turnitin Trial, and an Experience of Cultural Disorientation
     Lisa Emerson

Academic Plagiarism and the Limits of Theft
     Stefan Senders

Insider Writing: Plagiarism-Proof Assignments
     Lynn Z. Bloom

Plagiarism across Cultures: Is There a Difference?
     Joel Bloch

Framing Plagiarism
     Linda Adler-Kassner, Chris M. Anson, and Rebecca Moore Howard

Selected Bibliography

Contributors

Index

Additional Information

ISBN
9780472024445
Related ISBN
9780472050345
MARC Record
OCLC
587706199
Pages
vii-viii
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
Creative Commons
CC-BY-NC-ND
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