University of toronto press jan 1 2001 language arts disciplines 321 pages 0 reviews pragmatic plagiarism authorship profit and power university of toronto romance series author marilyn randall publisher university of toronto press 2001 isbn. Plagiarism without profit or without the perception of it is hardly conceivable it is only when repetition results in advantages to the author that suspicions of fraud become plausible thus while authorial intentions may be indeterminable from textual evidence they may be deduced from the effects or consequences of the alleged act a . Pragmatic plagiarism authorship profit and power the literary field and as she reveals it is not the plagiarist but the accuser who is most concerned with achieving profit and power source nielsen book data subjects subject plagiarism bibliographic information publication date 2001 series university of toronto romance series . Pragmatic plagiarism authorship profit and power university of toronto romance series by marilyn randall isbn 13 9780802048141 isbn 10 0802048145 hardcover toronto university of toronto press scholarly publishing division 2001 isbn 13 978 0802048141. Randall french univ of western ontario presents a very interesting and detailed examination of plagiarism many libraries will likely have laura rosenthals playwrights and plagiarists in early modern england ch jun97 which covers some of the same ground and suggests parallel conclusions especially that claims to ownership of literary property follow from status
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