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  1. ‘Standing on the Shoulders of Giants’: Recontextualization in Writing From Sources.Yongyan Li - 2015 - Science and Engineering Ethics 21 (5):1297-1314.
    Despite calls for more research into the writing expertise of senior scientists, the literature reveals surprisingly little about the writing strategies of successful scientist writers. The present paper addresses the gap in the literature by reporting a study that investigated the note-taking strategies of an expert writer, a Chinese professor of biochemistry. Primarily based on interview data, the paper describes the expert’s recontextualization strategies at three levels: ‘accumulating writing materials’ by modifying source texts, composing from ‘collections’ of cut-and-pasted chunks in (...)
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  • Plagiarism, Beyond CrossCheck, Figure and Conceptual Theft.Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2014 - Science and Engineering Ethics 20 (2):613-614.
    Sir, The recent report by Zhang et al. (2013) is very interesting. For sure, using CrossCheck might help identify some plagiarisms, especially for those with verbatim copy. However, the plagiarism can be seen in other forms including to figure and conceptual plagiarism (Wiwanitkit 2008, 2011). The figure plagiarism is a challenging thing for the journal since it is more difficult to detect than textual plagiarism (Wiwanitkit 2011). In addition, there are also more difficult cases of figure plagiarisms to be discussed. (...)
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