Plagier ou apprendre à rédiger des textes longs ?

Abstract : Within the field of law, plagiarism is viewed as a counterfeit and it is on that account that some edited authors are sued. However, even within this specific commercial and legal framework, plagiarism is rarely a simple and agreed upon matter ( Maurel-Indart : 1999, 2007). Then, the question is how should we assess the plagiarist borrowings of the novice international students in France who have to write lengthy academic texts when the necessary linguistic and discursive competencies are yet to be acquired? This study is based on the example of Chinese students who were specialist of French in China and were in their first year of a Language Education Master program in France.
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Danielle Omer. Plagier ou apprendre à rédiger des textes longs ?. Discours rapporté, citation et pratiques sémiotiques, Jun 2009, Nice, France. http://revel.unice.fr/symposia/cidit/. ⟨hal-00415607⟩

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