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Abasi, Ali R., and Nahal Akbari. “Are We Encouraging Patchwriting? Reconsidering the Role of the Pedagogical Context in ESL Student Writers’ Transgressive Intertextuality.” English for Specific Purposes 27 (2008): 267-284.

Abasi, Ali R., Nahal Akbari, and Barbara Graves. “Discourse Appropriation, Construction of Identities, and the Complex Issue of Plagiarism: ESL Students Writing in Graduate School.” Journal of Second Language Writing 15 (2006): 102-117.

Amsberry, Dawn. “Deconstructing Plagiarism: International Students and Textual Borrowing Practices.” The Reference Librarian 51.1 (2009): 31-44.

Barks, D. “Textual Borrowing Strategies for Graduate-Level ESL Writers.” Linking Literacies: Perspectives on L2 Reading-Writing Connections. Ed. Diane D. Belcher and Alan R. Hirvela. Ann Arbor: U Michigan P, 2001. 246-267.

Buranen, Lise. “A Safe Place: The Role of Librarians and Writing Centers in Addressing Citation Practices and Plagiarism.” Knowledge Quest 37.3 (2009): 24-33.

Burchard, Jessica. “Parents dispute penalty for plagiarism.” Chillicothe [Ohio] Gazette 16 Mar. 2006.

Cameron, Carrie, Hui Zhao, and Michelle K. McHugh. “Publication Ethics and the Emerging Scientific Workforce: Understanding ‘Plagiarism’ in a Global Context.” Academic Medicine 87.1 (Jan. 2012): 51-54.

Cowell, Alan. “Eyebrows Are Raised Over Passages in a Best Seller by Ian McEwan.” New York Times 28 Nov. 2006.

Curcic, Maja, and Georgi Boychev. “Patchwriting in Professional and Student Texts.” Project Report. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen University, 2012.

Davis, Marilyn. “Words Wisely Chosen: Just Make Sure They Are Yours.” Wikinut. 27 Dec. 2013.

Eckel, Edward J. “A Reflection on Plagiarism, Patchwriting, and the Engineering Master’s Thesis.” Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship 62 (2010).

“Essay Copying Is ‘Self-Teaching.’” BBC News 4 April 2004.

Flowerdew, John, and Yongyan Li. “Language Re-use among Chinese Apprentice Scientists Writing for Publication.” Applied Linguistics 28.3 (2007): 440-465.

Glmaranto. “Patch Writer’s Dee-lite?” Kairosnews 8 July 2004.

Goldfarb, Brian. “The Blame for Plagiarism.” The Times [London], 20 Oct. 2006.

Goldsmith, Kenneth. “It’s Not Plagiarism. In the Digital Age, It’s ‘Repurposing.’” The Chronicle Review  11 Sept. 2011.

Goldsmith, Kenneth. “Uncreative Writing.” The Chronicle of Higher Education (11 Sept. 2011).

Gray, Paul. “The Purloined Letters.” Time (26 April 1993): 59-60.

Grossman, Lev. “Ian McEwan Has Nothing to Atone For.” Time 28 Nov. 2006.

Gu, Qing, and Jane Brooks. “Beyond the Accusation of Plagiarism.” System 36 (2008): 337-352.

Hayes, Niall, and Lucas D. Introna. “Cultural Values, Plagiarism, and Fairness: When Plagiarism Gets in the Way of Learning.” Ethics and Behavior 15.3 (2005): 213-231.

Hilts, Philip J. “When Does Duplication of Words Become Theft?” New York Times 29 March 1993: A10.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “A Plagiarism Pentimento.” Journal of Teaching Writing 11.3 (Summer 1993): 233-46.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “Plagiarism: What Should a Teacher Do?” Guiding Students from Cheating and Plagiarism to Honesty and Integrity: Strategies for Success. Ed. Ann Lathrop and Kathleen Foss. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2005. 174.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “Plagiarisms, Authorships, and the Academic Death Penalty.” College English 57.7 (November 1995): 708-36.

Hu, Jim. “An Alternative Perspective of Language Re-Use: Insights from Textual and Learning Theories and L2 Academic Writing.” English Quarterly 33.1/2 (2001): 52-62.

Hull, Glynda, and Mike Rose. “Rethinking Remediation: Toward a Social-Cognitive Understanding of Problematic Reading and Writing.” Written Communication 6.2 (1989): 139-54.

Hyland, Theresa Ann. “Drawing a Line in the Sand: Identifying the Borderzone Between Self and Other in EL1 and EL2 Citation Practices.” Assessing Writing 14 (2009): 62-74.

Jones, Alan A., and Terrence E. Freeman. “Imitation, Copying, and the Use of Models: Report Writing in an Introductory Physics Course.” IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 46.3 (2003): 168-184.

Joseph, Gerhard. “Charles Dickens, International Copyright, and the Discretionary Silence of Martin Chuzzlewit.” The Construction of Authorship: Textual Appropriation in Law and Literature. Ed. Martha Woodmansee and Peter Jaszi. Durham: Duke UP, 1994. 259-70.

Kaput, Mike. “6 Bulletproof Ways to Prevent Patchwriting.” PR 20/20. 7 Mar. 2013.

Kuhn, Bertha M. “Perspective on Plagiarism.” College Composition and Communication 8.4 (Dec. 1957): 251-253.

Lethem, Jonathan. “The Ecstasy of Influence.” Harper’s Feb. 2007: 59-71.

Li, Yongyan. “Text-Based Plagiarism in Scientific Writing: What Chinese Supervisors Think about Copying and How to Reduce it in Students’ Writing.” Science and Engineering Ethics 19.2 (June 2013): 569-583.

Li, Yongyan, and Christine Pearson Casanave. “Two First-Year Students’ Strategies for Writing from Sources: Patchwriting or Plagiarism?” Written Communication 21.2 (2012): 165-180.

Maas, David. “Make Your Paraphrasing Plagiarism-Proof with a Coat of E-Prime.” et Cetera 59.2 (Summer 2002): 196-205.

McBride, Kelly. “‘Patchwriting’ Is More Common than Plagiarism, Just as Dishonest.” Poynter 18 Sept. 2012.

Minock, Mary. “Toward a Postmodern Pedagogy of Imitation.” JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 15.3 (Fall 1995): 489-510.

Molnar, Bonnie. “The Last Nine Weeks: Helping Seniors Say Goodbye.” English Journal 88.5 (May 1999).

Ouellette, Mark A. “Weaving Strands of Writer Identity: Self as Author and the NNES ‘Plagiarist.’” Journal of Second Language Writing 17 (2008): 255-273.

Pecorari, Diane. “Good and Original: Plagiarism and Patchwriting in Academic Second-Language Writing.” Journal of Second Language Writing 12 (2003): 317-345.

Pecorari, Diana, and Bojana Petrić. “Plagiarism in Second-Language Writing.” Language Teaching 47.3 (2014): 269-302.

Perkel, Dan. “Copy and Paste Literacy: Literacy Practices in the Production of a MySpace Profile.” August 2006.

Petrić, Bojana. “Legitimate Textual Borrowing: Direct Quotation in L2 Student Writing.” Journal of Second Language Writing 21 (2012): 102-117.

“Plagiarism–And How to Avoid It!” Drew University Composition Program. 1998-1999.

Polio, Charlene, and Ling Shi. “Perceptions and Beliefs about Textual Appropriation and Source Use in Second Language Writing.” Journal of Second Language Writing 21 (2012): 95-101.

Roig, Miguel. “Plagiarism and Paraphrasing Criteria of College and University Professors.” Ethics & Behavior 11.3 (July 2001): 307-323.

Roig, Miguel. “When College Students’ Attempts at Paraphrasing Become Instances of Plagiarism.” Psychological Reports 84 (1999): 973-982.

Shi, Ling. “Rewriting and Paraphrasing Source Texts in Second Language Writing.” Journal of Second Language Writing 21 (2012): 134-148.

Stapleton, Paul. “Gauging the Effectiveness of Anti-Plagiarism Software: An Empirical Study of Second Language Writers.” Journal of English for Academic Purposes 11.2 (June 2012): 125-133.

Sun, Yu-Chih. “Using a Two-Tier Text in Examining Taiwan Graduate Students’ Perspectives on Paraphrasing Strategies.” Asia Pacific Education Review 10.3 (2009): 399-408.

Thompson, Celia. “‘Authority Is Everything’: A Study of the Politics of Textual Ownership and Knowledge in the Formation of Student Writer Identities.” International Journal for Educational Integrity 1.1 (2005).

Trushell, John, and Kevin Byrne. “Education Undergraduates and ICT-Enhanced Academic Dishonesty: A Moral Panic?” British Journal of Educational Technology 44.1 (2013): 6-19.

Vieyra, Michell, Denise Strickland, and Briana Timmerman. “Patterns in Plagiarism and Patchwriting in Science and Engineering Graduate Students’ Research Proposals.” International Journal for Educational Integrity 9.1 (2013).

Villalva, Kelly. “Hidden Literacies and Inquiry Approaches of Bilingual High School Students.” Written Communication 23.1 (Jan. 2006): 91-129.

Walker, Angela L. “Preventing Unintentional Plagiarism: A Method for Strengthening Paraphrasing Skills.” Journal of Instructional Psychology 35.4 (Dec. 2008): 387-395.

“War Is a Force That Makes Us Plagiarize.” The Weekly Standard (June 23, 2014): 2.

Wheeler, Greg. “Plagiarism in the Japanese Universities: Truly a Cultural Matter?” Journal of Second Language Writing 18 (2009): 17-29.