Here is a list of the sources that have been used for the AWELU section called Academic Integrity. 

For practical reasons, the sources have been divided into two sections; first sources connected with the field of academic writing are given, followed by a list of the example texts that have been used.

Books, articles and online resources

Abasi, A. R., Akbari, N. & Graves, B. (2006). Discourse appropriation, construction
     of identities, and the complex issue of plagiarism: ESL students writing in
     graduate school. Journal of Second Language Writing, 15, 102-117.
     doi:10.1016/j.jslw.2006.05.001 [Access via LibHub]

Abasi, A. R. & Akbari, N. (2008). Are we encouraging patchwriting? Reconsidering
     the role of the pedagogical context in ESL student writers' transgressive
     intertextuality. English for Specific Purposes, 27, 267-284.
     doi:10.1016/j.esp.2008.02.001 [Access via LibHub]

American National Academy of Science. (1992). Responsible science, volume I:
     Ensuring the integrity of the research process
. Washington: National Academy
     Press. Retrieved from

Bexell, G. (2007). On academic conduct. Lund University Libraries. Retrieved from

Broome, M. E. (2004). Self-plagiarism: Oxymoron, fair use, or scientific
     misconduct? Nursing Outlook, 52, 273-274.
     doi:10.1016/j.outlook.2004.10.001 [Access via LibHub]

Carroll, J. (2004). Deterring, detecting and dealing with plagiarism: A brief paper
     for Brookes staff for Academic Integrity Week. Retrieved from

Carroll, J. (2006). Jude Carrol on plagiarism. Video produced for the Eighth   
     Learning and Teaching Conference
, University of Nottingham, 17 Jan.   
     Retrieved from

Carroll, J. & Zetterling, C-M. (2009). Guiding students away from plagiarism.
     Stockholm: KTH Learning Lab. Retrieved from
     KTH/Guidingstudents.pdf (PDF)

Center for Academic Integrity. (1999). The fundamental values of academic
. Retrieved from
    /fundamental_values_project/pdf/FVProject.pdf (PDF)

Committee on Publication Ethics. Flowcharts. Retrieved from

David, D. (2008, 6 March). Duplication spreads the word to a wider audience.
     Nature, 452
(7183), 29. Retrieved from (PDF)

Department of Geology, The GeoBiosphere Science Centre, Lund University.
     (2008). Information regarding referencing and plagiarism at the
     undergraduate level
. Retrieved from
     /Docs/Urkund%20och%20plagiat%20%28engelska%29.pdf (PDF)

Errami, M. & Garner, H. (2008, 24 Jan). A tale of two citations. Nature,
(7177), 397-399. Retrieved from (PDF)

Faculty of Engineering, Lund University. (2009). Policy on plagiarism and
     deceitful plagiarism in first, second, and third cycle higher education at
     Lund University's Faculty of Engineering
. Retrieved from http://www.lth.s
     /PolicyPlagiarismLTH20100408.pdf (PDF)

Groark, M., Oblinger, D. & Choa, M. (2001). Term paper mills, anti-plagiarism
     tools, and academic integrity. Educause Review, 36, 40-48. Retrieved from (PDF)

Gustafsson, B., Hermerén, G. & Petersson, B. (2006). Good research practice -
     What is it?
Transl. M. Naylor. Stockholm, Sweden: The Swedish Research
     Council. Retrieved from
     /18.6b2f98a910b3e260ae28000469/Good+Research+Practice+20+april.pdf (PDF)

International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. (2010). Uniform
     Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals
. Retrieved
     from (PDF)

Introna, L. & Hayes, N. (2008). International students and plagiarism detection
     systems: Detecting plagiarism, copying, or learning? In T. Roberts. Student
     plagiarism in an online world: Problems and solutions
(pp. 108-121). Hershey
     & London: Information Science Reference. [LIBRIS entry]

Lund University. (2010). Disciplinärenden [in Swedish]. Retrieved from

Lund University. (2010). Regulations on the handling of matters relating to
     suspected scientific misconduct in research, artistic research and
     development or other development work at Lund University.

     Retrieved from (PDF)

Lund University. (2012). Guidelines and regulations on plagiarism and deceitful
     plagiarism in first-, second- and third-cycle education at Lund University
     Retrieved from (PDF)

Ministry of Education and Research, Sweden. (1993, 2009). Higher education
(SFS 1993:100). Retrieved from

Moore Howard, R. (1995). Plagiarisms, authorships, and the academic death
     penalty. National Council of Teachers of English. 57, 788-807. [Access via

Moore Howard, R. (2001, 17 March). Plagiarism: What should a teacher do? Paper
     presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication,
     Denver, Colorado. Retrieved from

Mundava, M. & Chaudhuri, J. (2007). Understanding plagiarism. College & Research
     Libraries News, 68,

Ouellette, M. A. (2008). Weaving strands of writer identity: Self as author and the
     NNES 'plagiarist'. Journal of Second Language Writing, 17, 255–273.
     doi:10.1016/j.jslw.2008.05.002 [Access via LibHub]

Pecorari, D. (2008). Academic writing and plagiarism: A linguistic analysis. London
     & New York: Continuum. [Lovisa entry]

Pecorari, D. (2003). Good and original: Plagiarism and patchwriting in academic
     second-language writing. Journal of Second Language Writing, 12, 317-345.
     [Access via LibHub]

Plagiarism, n. (2009). Oxford English dictionary (3rd ed., online version).
     Retrieved from

Plagiarize. (2009). Oxford English dictionary (3rd ed., online version). Retrieved

Reeves, D. S., Wise R. & Drummond, C. W. E. (2004).  Duplicate publication: A
     cautionary tale. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 53, 411-412. doi:
     10.1093/jac/dkh098 [Access via LibHub]

Ritter, K. (2006). Buying in, selling short: A pedagogy against the rhetoric of   
     online paper mills. Pedagogy, 6, 25-52. [Access via LibHub]

Sigthorsson, G. (2005) Copy/paste: The joys of plagiarism. M/C Journal, 8.
     Retrieved from

Swedish Research Council. CODEX: Rules and guidelines for research. Retrieved

Urkund plagiarism handbook: Advice to students. (2008). Retrieved from Urkund
     homepage: (PDF)

Text examples

Hart, C. W. (2008). William James' The varieties of religious experience revisited.
     Journal of Religion and Health, 47,
516-524. doi:10.1007/s10943-008-9200-3
     [Access via LibHub]

Thompson, W. D., Li, W. W., & Maragoudakis, M. (2000). The clinical manipulation
     of angiogenesis: Pathology, side-effects, surprises, and opportunities with
     novel human therapies. Journal of Pathology, 190, 330-337. [Access via LibHub]

Tuten, T. L. & Kiecker, P. (2008). The perfect gift card: An exploration of
     teenagers' gift card associations. Psychology & Marketing, 26, 67-90.
     doi:10.1002/mar.20262  [Access via LibHub]

Young, G. A. R. (1999). Lymphoma at uncommon sites. Hematological Oncology,
53–83. [Access via LibHub]