Great Resources to Teach Students about Plagiarism and Citation Styles ~ Educational Te... - 133 views
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it is an important step in acknowledging social media as an important source of information for scholarly work
citing a person’s opinion in a paper is important, but citing a person’s tweet as a factual basis for an argument doesn’t hold up
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courts were asked whether the photographer, amateur or professional, required permission before he could capture and print an image. Was the photographer stealing from the person or building whose photograph he shot, pirating something of private and certifiable value? Those early decisions went in favor of the pirates.
Thomas Jefferson, for one, considered copyright a necessary evil: he favored providing just enough incentive to create, nothing more, and thereafter allowing ideas to flow freely, as nature intended.
In the contemporary world, though, the act of “copying” is in no meaningful sense equivalent to an infringement—we make a copy every time we accept an emailed text, or send or forward one—and is impossible anymore to regulate or even describe.
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The notion of a collage text