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This paper identifies four types of failure to ascribe authorship accurately in college administrations: institutional anonymity, and three types of nominal authorship - ghost-written, rubber stamp and nominal direction. It argues that these failures to ascribe authorship accurately is a problem for the good operation of college bureaucracies as well as being a problem of principle and internal consistency. The paper concludes by proposing non disruptive ways of acknowledging authorship in colleges' administrations.
Plagiary: Cross‐Disciplinary Studies in Plagiarism, Fabrication, and Falsification
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