Plagiarism is definitely in the news and a matter worthy of discussion for professionals as well as today’s students. The articles in this volume represent multiple viewpoints surrounding the issue. It is hoped that they will help you understand the issue more fully, yet also see it in its full complexity.
1. Plagiarism Once Was Considered Acceptable - Brian Hansen 2. Plagiarism Is Not the Same as Copyright Violation - K. Matthew Dames 3. Plagiarism Is Increasing - Don Campbell 4. The Internet Has Made Plagiarism Easier for Students - Kimberly Embleton and Doris Small Helfer 5. The Prevalence of Plagiarism Is the Result of a Dishonest Society - Joe Saltzman 6. Plagiarism Is the Result of Students Who Are Unwilling to Learn - Jonathan Malesic 7. Plagiarism Is Difficult to Avoid - Joseph Epstein 8. Schools Use Strict Policies to Prevent Plagiarism - Scott Olsen 9. Emphasizing Personal Integrity Will Prevent Plagiarism - John F. Kavanaugh 10. Antiplagiarism Services Make Plagiarism Easier to Detect - Tom Warger
11. Most Plagiarism Is Not Easy to Detect - Michael Thompson 12. Antiplagiarism Services Violate Students’ Rights - Erik W. Robelen Appendix What You Should Know About Plagiarism What You Should Do About Plagiarism