This audio is from a lecture I’ve recorded for the online class I announced earlier, Research Writing for International Students. The full class presentation for grad students is on the academic genre, evaluation, and the linguistic moves writers make when incorporating the ideas of outside sources into their own writing.
This section of the presentation briefly discusses an important concept in academic discourse, that citation and the distinction between ideas in a piece of academic writing is not just about ownership.
If you’re interested in the class or have students who might be, contact me or check out my website for it. If you have suggestions or comments about the audio, I’d love to hear them.