plagiarism writing college
Arts and Humanities | Rhetoric and Composition
Considers how plagiarism continues to elude definition because teachers cannot possibly formulate and act on a definition of plagiarism that articulates both its textual and sexual work. Discusses linking sexual property to textual transgression and rejecting metaphors in relationship to rejecting plagiarism. Suggests educators stop using the term plagiarism altogether and replace it with "fraud," "insufficient citation," and "excessive repetition."
Howard, Rebecca Moore. "Sexuality, Textuality: The Cultural Work of Plagiarism." College English 62 (March 2000): 37-55. Retrieved from SURFACE: Writing Program Series at http://surface.syr.edu/wp/8/
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