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|Title:||Plagiarism: An LBOTE Perspective|
|Citation:||TESOL in Context, 1999; 9(2):24-29|
|Department:||ACUE (now Learning and Teaching Development Unit)|
|Abstract:||This paper challenges traditional notions of plagiarism as an act of academic deviance and suggests that, particularly for LBOTE students.'plagiarism'is often a text-based practice that reflects different cultural and linguistic norms. The author suggests that western institutions' ambivalent and inconsistent approach to the practice further clouds the issue for students and teachers|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Learning and Professional Development publications|
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