Most plagiarism policies encourage college writers to see authors as owners; students then begin to form writing selves through this particular authorial lens. However, digital media such as remix videos and wikis suggest alternative authority "figures." This web-text envisions authorial layers in each medium and parses the contexts of plagiarism. To begin, start with Abstractions for a project overview, or enter "Authority Figures" below.

Please note that this web-text is a draft, and some parts of the site are not as developed as I would like.

Rachael Sullivan | UW-Milwaukee | May 2011 | DRAFT VERSION
License: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA)
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