Stolen Language?

Shelley Angelil-Carter

Editura: Longman
'Stolen Language?' uncovers the reasons why students plagiarize, and explains what can be done about it. It challenges the concepts of original authorship and ownership of language and shows that plagiarism is a complex and contested subject.
  • Limba : Engleza
  • Cuprins : Acknowledgements

    1. Introduction: An Overture
    PART I: DANCING A THEORETICAL STANCE
    2. Discourses and Access: Dancers in the Wings
    3. Plagiarism, "Originality" and Copyright: A Striptease
    4. Plagiarism and Referencing Across Genres: Different moves to different tunes
    5. The development of the student writer: from mimic to master

    PART II: A MULTIVOICED TEXT: THE CHORUS
    6. Introduction to Part II
    7. Plagiarism and referencing as communicated in a departmental handbook: a discourse analysis
    8. The Role of Referencing
    9. Consequences of the practice of referencing and the monitoring of plagiarism
    10. Plagiarism in the developing writer - what's really happening?
    11. Developing authorial voice using multiple sources - difficulties and successes

    PART III: CONCLUSION
    12. A pedagogy for plagiarism and referencing: a finale
    Appendix 1: A Collaborative Research Process
    Appendix 2: Previous Educational Writing Experience
    Appendix 3
  • Data Publicarii : 2000
  • Editie : 1
  • Format : Paperback
  • Numar pagini : 160
  • ISBN : 9780582319998
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