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Research outputs: PLAGIARISM
2020 An analysis of retracted articles with authors or co-authors from the African region: possible implications for training and awareness raising
Retraction of research articles is increasing but the reasons and characteristics of retractions involving authors from Africa have not been...Download this report
2013 Perceptions and concerns on plagiarism and its implications for teacher education: a case study of a South African university
The study, which was conducted in July 2010, sought to survey perceptions, concerns and means of deterrent employed at the campus of a compr...
In a survey among teaching staff and academic administrators at a South African university, Kuttickattu John Mammen and Thenjiwe Meyiwa look...