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"Corrupt as this dialect is, it will not be totally useless". Colonialism and an "anomalous" Indian language in Hadley's Grammatical remarks

Louis Nagot
2021 TRANS-  
The work in question happens to be plagiarized from Hadley’s initial notes (either found by the editor or sold to him by one of Hadley’s correspondents), to which was added a vocabulary, “erroneous in  ...  Smyth, author of an Hindoostanee Interpreter explicitly following Hadley’s method.5 Second, Hadley may be one of the authors whose colonial outlook and despise for local populations is expressed in the  ... 
doi:10.4000/trans.4494 fatcat:lylmserj4bfbdflsewi4csz4hu

Detection of Online Contract Cheating Through Stylometry: A Pilot Study

David Ison
2020 Online Learning  
The problem is that there is currently no simple means identified and verified to detect contract cheating, as available plagiarism detection software has been shown to be ineffective in these cases.  ...  Stylometry uses various attributes of documents to determine if they were written by the same individual.  ...  Further, it could potentially lead to legal action by the student to counter the claim.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v24i2.2096 fatcat:j5v2q4majnd2xj74cgov274r6e

Undergraduate ESL Students' Difficulties in Writing the Introduction for Research Reports

Mirrah Diyana Binti Maznun, Roya Monsefi, Vahid Nimehchisalem
2017 Advances in Language and Literary Studies  
This study was conducted to investigate the difficulties encountered by undergraduate ESL students in writing the introduction section of their project reports.  ...  The results revealed that students confronted problems in writing their introduction for each move especially for move 2, which consists of counter claiming, indicating research gap, raising questions  ...  The students can also be exposed to the Swales' CARS model as a guide to produce a good, structured and organized Introduction section.  ... 
doi:10.7575/aiac.alls.v.8n.1p.9 fatcat:a4dd35cdt5fu3cabdngho4mpnm

Response to Part II�Being Rhetorical When We Teach Intellectual Property and Fair Use [chapter]

James E. Porter
2011 Copy(write): Intellectual Property in the Writing Classroom  
The Perspectives on Writing series addresses writing studies in a broad sense.  ...  , teaching writing, administering writing programs, and studying writing in its various forms.  ...  The one-tiered approach: Institutions used precise language situating authors into one category (e.g., "employee"). 4.  ... 
doi:10.37514/per-b.2011.2355.2.14 fatcat:atwfonbxvndobero5uojltt4ga

Grammar Games in the Age of Anti-Remediation

Margaret Tomlinson Rustick
2007 Journal of Basic Writing  
could be countered.  ...  In "Rethinking Plagiarism in the Digital Age: Remixing as a Means for Economic Development?"  ...  They write the word-count at the top of the paper and turn in the papers. AppendixB Grammar Pre-Assessment In the following sentences, underline the subject once and the verb twice. 1.  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.2007.26.1.04 fatcat:lfhvmiaxebg7dmq2viujbh63zy

1. Something for Nothing [chapter]

Timothy Langen
2021 Reading Backwards  
interrogation of rhetorically manufactured authority exposed great authors as 'otherwise ordinary men with ordinary, fallible opinions' (ibid.).  ...  To study this contrainte and to fully expose the multidirectional plagiarism at work here, I will begin by summarizing the best-known narrative example-Tolstoy's 1899 Resurrection-before contrasting the  ...  While Dunne was uninterested in questions of originality or plagiarism, his idea that dreams pick details out of both the future and the past owes much to one of the explanations offered by Bayard for  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0241.01 fatcat:iydsaxnuqrf7rpal2yuyhhmxnu

Searching for standard French: The construction and mining of the Recueil historique des grammaires du français

Shana Poplack, Lidia-Gabriela Jarmasz, Nathalie Dion, Nicole Rosen
2015 Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics  
AbstractThis paper describes a massive project to characterize "Standard French" by constructing and mining the  ...  Suzanne Robillard aided in the preparation of the manuscript.  ...  Acknowledgments: We are grateful to Jennifer Anderson, Carmen Leblanc and Lauren Willis for their participation in building the RHGF, and to Martine Leroux and Kimberley Miller for assistance in exploiting  ... 
doi:10.1515/jhsl-2015-0002 fatcat:ktz5cjfhmzarlgaby7s7sszway

AsiaCALL Online Journal Vol.12.pdf [article]

Asia CALL
2021 figshare.com  
All manuscripts must be the authors' original work and free of indications of plagiarism.  ...  Any type of unethical conduct is unacceptable, and this journal's Editorial Team does not tolerate plagiarism in any form.  ...  the reader to accept an authorial alternative/counter position".  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.16557108.v1 fatcat:xsbrnrqcjbemnfo2usuh36af3i

The English Language in the School Program

William W. West, Robert F. Hogan
1968 English Journal  
But by no means all students and teachers in our present educa- tional system are directly exposed to instruction in Latin.  ...  In the Middle Ages the authority of grammar became supreme, and its reign was to be a long one.  ... 
doi:10.2307/811904 fatcat:7drhuhs4xna6vfe2eettupu4hy

Data Leakage Prevention for Secure Cross-Domain Information Exchange

Kyrre Wahl Kongsgard, Nils Agne Nordbotten, Federico Mancini, Raymond Haakseth, Paal E. Engelstad
2017 IEEE Communications Magazine  
copied segments for the sake of exposing instances of plagiarism.  ...  In plagiarism detection the task is to determine which (if any) part(s) of a given (suspicious) document have been plagiarized by the claimed author.  ...  in practical scenarios.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2017.1700235 fatcat:zwcixu2adrgnpgtkaxg4p5kxh4

The Comp-Lab Writing Program: An Experimental Basic Writing Course

Mary Epes, Carolyn Kirkpatrick, Michael G. Southwwell
1979 Journal of Basic Writing  
Then we try to explain how plagiarism is regarded in American university circles. Finally, we check carefully any suspect work; proven plagiarized work automatically receives a failing grade.  ...  , rules of subject-verb agreement, the forms of regular and irregular verbs, and the meanings expressed by the various verb tenses.  ...  Prospective authors should focus on the kinds of writing demanded in the physical and natural sciences, the social sciences, business, or technical writing.  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.1979.2.2.03 fatcat:s7s36ya63vcptaoe33gwfzezvu

Satire's View of Sentimentalism in the Days of George the Third

Robert C. Whitford
1919 Journal of English and Germanic Philology  
' " The Rovers is not only cleverly effective in exposing the absurdi ties of the plays which it imitates, but actually and spontaneous ly funny.  ...  for plagiarizing from the Ger mans, and from Englishmen too, in his terror play, The Castle Spectre : In pity I forbear, as carrion prey, To taint my nostrils with your hideous play; Where  ...  And he thought that instruction ought to be in the way of conventional morality.  ... 
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Transactions on Maritime Science (ToMS) - Volume 4, 2015

:None, Universitätsbibliothek Braunschweig
2015 Transactions on Maritime Science  
Accepted manuscripts will not be published until signed statements from all authors have been received.  ...  ., http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/CDC.1989 All contributing authors must fill out and sign these statements and submit them to the Editorial Office.  ...  Indeed, two authors who copied the same number of words could find themselves on opposite sides of that border if one author simply was more verbose and thus diluted their plagiarized content below the  ... 
doi:10.24355/dbbs.084-201504210839-0 fatcat:ae5i4lo6cve45oy7fbqd3cfcae

Saussure and his intellectual environment

Pieter A. M. Seuren
2016 History of European Ideas  
In Section 4.1 below, this flaw in Saussure's analysis is ascribed to the influence exerted by Taine, who defended a highly idiosyncratic minimalist ontology in which, counter to then current scientific  ...  For Saussure, 'grammar' equalled 'morphology' and what we now mean by 'syntax' did not exist.  ...  clear that the only author who wrote on (autonomous) sign systems was the same good old Taine.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01916599.2016.1154398 fatcat:tamdjjfldbhzpanm25vn6nnuky

OASIcs-OpenAccess Series in Informatics

Maria João, Varanda Pereira, José Leal, Alberto Simões, Maria João, Varanda Pereira, José Leal, Alberto Simões, Daniel Cremers, Barbara Hammer, Marc Langheinrich, Dorothea Wagner
3 rd Symposium on Languages, Applications and Technologies SLATE'14   unpublished
Each submission was reviewed by at least three Program Committee members, from a global group of 63 researchers.  ...  The symposium is divided in three tracks: The HHL (Human-Human Languages) track is concerned with natural language processing issues and their application in several contexts.  ...  The authors would also like to thank Luis Torgo for his help in the use of statistical methods. Acknowledgements  ... 
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