The Problem of Ownership vs. Authorship

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The Problem of Ownership Versus Authorship in the Classroom : 

The Problem of Ownership Versus Authorship in the Classroom By Becca Frederick and Camille Eslick

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Views on Authorship and Ownership: Now vs. Then

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Imitation in Education What are students taught to believe about ownership? Is an over-focus on anti-plagiarism education stunting the growth of writing students? What is imitation’s place in the classroom?

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Modern Education Lack of ownership = plagiarism (Lunsford) Ownership and authorship at odds Imitation as a teaching technique can be a tool to tie ownership and authorship together (Helal)

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Education in the 1500s Imitation taught as a method to strengthen mastery over language (Barkan) As with Foucault, authorship means drawing from pre-existing works

Ownership vs. Authorship and Plagiarism vs. Imitation : 

Ownership vs. Authorship and Plagiarism vs. Imitation

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All these influences make everything so much more difficult for us authors!

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Actually, Mr. Bloom, influence helps make what we write great.

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Sum Plaie be Sum Man Who No Won Cares Verie Mooch About

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Works Cited Barkan, Leonard. "What Did Shakespeare Read?" . De Grazia, Margreta. Wells, Stanley. University Press, Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, 2001.  31-46. Print. Bristol, Michael D. "Shakespeare Is an Author: An Essentialist View." 122-131. Rosemont Publishing & Printing Corporation, 2008. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 19 Feb. 2010. Feather, John. A History of British Publishing. 2nd ed. London: New York Taylor & Francis Routledge, 2006. 32-50. Print. Foucault, Michel. "What is an Author?" Trans. Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon. In Language, Counter-Memory, Practice. Ed. Donald F. Bouchard. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1977. pp. 124-127. G. Blakemore Evans and Tobin, J. J. M. "Chronology and Sources." The Riverside Shakespeare. By G. Blakemore Evans Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974. 85. Print. Helal, Dr. Kathleen. "Shakespeare and Imitation in the Classroom." Personal interview. 8 Mar. 2010. Hollander, John. "The Anxiety of Influence." Rev. of The Anxiety of Influence: A Theory of Poetry, by Harold Bloom. The New York Times [New York City] 4 Mar. 1973. The New York Times. Web. 10 Mar. 2010. Lunsford, Andrea A., Rebecca Rickly, Michael Salvo, and Susan West. “What Matters Who Writes? What Matters Who Responds? Issues of Ownership in the Writing Classroom.” Kairos 1.1 (1996).

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