Article published in:Contrastive Rhetoric: Reaching to intercultural rhetoric
Edited by Ulla Connor, Ed Nagelhout and William Rozycki
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 169] 2008
► pp. 257–274
Plagiarism in an intercultural rhetoric context: What we can learn about one from the other
This chapter discusses how an examination of plagiarism in a cross-cultural context can reflect on some of the controversial issues in intercultural communication. It examines how rethinking our attitudes towards traditional views of how plagiarism should be viewed and how these views compare to attitudes held in other parts of the world can exemplify an alternative perspective on research in intercultural rhetoric. This alternative perspective responds to many, though not all, of the criticisms leveled against contrastive rhetoric. Pedagogical approaches based on this alternative perspective are suggested.
Published online: 09 January 2008
Cited by 2 other publications
Pecorari, Diane & Bojana Petrić
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