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Why Do Students Plagiarize? Efl Undergraduates’ Views on the Reasons Behind Plagiarism

References Anderson, Gregory L. 1999. “Cyberplagiarism”. College & Research Libraries News 60 (5): 371-375. Auer, Nicole J. and Krupar, Ellen M. 2001. “Mouse click plagiarism: the role of technology in plagiarism and the librarian’s role in combating it”. Library Trends 49(3): 415-433. Ballantine, Joan and McCourt Larres, Patricia. 2012. “Perceptions of authorial identity in academic writing among undergraduate accounting students: implications for unintentional plagiarism”. Accounting Education: An

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Learners’ preferences towards Corrective feedback in writing assignments in tertiary education

Journal / Revu TESL du Canada 22.2: 1−16. Lee, Icy (2004). Error correction in L2 secondary writing classrooms: The case of Hong Kong. Journal of Second Language Writing 13.4: 285−312. Lee, Icy (2003). L2 writing teachers’ perspectives, practices and problems regarding error feedback. Assessing Writing 8.3: 216−237. Leki, Ilona (1991). The preferences of ESL students for error correction in college-level writing classes. Foreign Language Annals 24.3: 203-218 McMartin-Miller, Cristine (2014). How much

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Motivation in foreign language learning: a look at type of school environment as a contextual variable

. (2009). The internalisation of language learning into the self and social identity. Dörnyei, Zoltán, Ema Ushioda, eds. Motivation, Language Identity and the L2 Self . Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 295-313. Noels, Kimberly A., Richard Clément, & Luc G. Pelletier (1999). Perceptions of teachers’ communicative style and students’ intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Modern Language Journal 83: 23–34. Noels, Kimberly A., Richard Clément, & Luc G. Pelletier (2001). Intrinsic, extrinsic, and integrative orientations of French Canadian learners of English

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