Wednesday, July 25, 2012
From Nicholas Rowland and the BBC: Plagiarism in Dissertations Ending Careers
Nicholas Rowland over at the Installing (Social) Order blog has written on "Plagiarism in Dissertations Ending Careers". This is perhaps unintended consequences of open access--an enhanced monitoring of rules and an increase in the costs of rule bending in the service of career ambition and academic status in markets for academic prestige and its benefits (position, grants, readership, reputation, etc.).