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Stowers, Robert H.; Hummel, Julie Y. – Business Communication Quarterly, 2011
Some have called plagiarism literary theft. Plagiarizing is akin to stealing the intellect of another person. At times, plagiarism occurs because of ignorance, sloppy authorship, or lack of knowledge about proper sourcing. Sometimes, it is done purposefully. Experts have suggested that the concept of intellectual ownership is limited to Western…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Business Communication, Business Administration Education, Technology Uses in Education