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Le plagiat universitaire, seulement une question d’éthique ?

Abstract : Academic plagiarism, whether committed by some students or teachers and researchers, is widely criticized. Few studies in France are devoted to academic plagiarism, an issue which questions the conditions of training in universities. The fight against plagiarism often argues to preserve the value of diplomas for students or the value of knowledge created by researchers but sometimes boils down to personal attacks. Subscribing to an anti-plagiarism software is part of a communication strategy of the institutions that hope a deterrent effect. This may not serve as a policy. Establishing ethics committees, rethinking training, and supporting open access publishing are probably deeper measures to develop ethical practices in higher education and research.
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Brigitte Simonnot. Le plagiat universitaire, seulement une question d’éthique ?. Questions de communication, Presses Universitaires de Nancy - Editions Universitaires de Lorraine, 2014. ⟨hal-01311040⟩



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