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DYerpe

Your description of the emotional tangle that accompanies a plagiarism case is spot-on. I go there every time. The material you provide on plagiarism & our response is amazing, overwhelming. I've been in it for the last hour, and all the voices and advice begin to sound a lot alike after awhile -- and to not be all that helpful, beyond making the writing teacher painfully aware that we're out-gunned. It's no wonder that one of the most common responses I see is to pretend plagiarism doesn't exist.
I was taken by the CQ Researcher article, though (http://www.cqpress.com/docs/Combating%20Plagiarism.pdf), and its account of retribution upon and abandonment of faculty who punish plagiarists. I've not heard this sort of story before, and I'm wondering if it's common.
Thanks, Holly, for a great piece.
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