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Defining Academic Integrity: International Perspectives – Introduction

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Handbook of Academic Integrity

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In the first section of the Handbook of Academic Integrity it is appropriate and necessary to begin by defining the term ‘academic integrity’. This is such a multifarious topic that authors around the globe report differing historical developments which have led to a variety of interpretations of academic integrity as a concept, and a broad range of approaches to promulgating it in their own environments.

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Correspondence to Tracey Bretag .

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Bretag, T. (2016). Defining Academic Integrity: International Perspectives – Introduction. In: Bretag, T. (eds) Handbook of Academic Integrity. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-287-098-8_76

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