Understanding plagiarism from the student perspective: a longitudinal study - Presentation

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  • Date: 2012 Conference
  • Author: Cave, L.

The aim of this paper is to present the early findings of a PhD study which examines student perceptions of different forms of plagiarism. This study is framed by a longitudinal research design which considers student perspectives of plagiarism across discipline areas (STEM and the ‘Social Sciences’). This paper will present evidence from the early stages of a large-scale quantitative and qualitative study; the full study follows students as they progress from first to final year on a UK undergraduate degree programme. This paper presents the findings of the first year student perspectives.


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