H. Zhang's book "Against Plagiarism: A Guide for Editors and Authors" published in Springer


Brief Intro: Helen(YH) ZHANG 






Table of Contents



Part I General Plagiarism Issues


Chapter 1 What Is Plagiarism?


Chapter 2 Differences Between Anglophone and Non-anglophone Journals


Chapter 3 Publication in More Than One Language


Chapter 4 How Not to Deal with It: A Case Study



Part II Discipline-Specific Plagiarism Issues


Chapter 5 Biosciences: Replication of Methods Sections


Chapter 6 Computing and Electrical and Electronic Engineering: Republication of Conference Papers



Part III What to Do About It


Chapter 7 Promoting Awareness of Publication Ethics


Chapter 8 Avoiding Plagiarism as an Author


Chapter 9 Detecting Potential Plagiarism


Chapter 10 Dealing with Plagiarism as an Editor


Chapter 11 Concluding Remarks: The Future of Plagiarism




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Contents

Preface: Why I Wrote This Book

Chapter 2: Differences Between Anglophone and Non-anglophone Journals






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