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"Many notable creative people, from Warhol to Hitchcock, have revelled in the magpie-like borrowing of images and symbols."
- Managing Intertextuality: Meaning, Plagiarism and Power ***
Perry Share, Institute of Technology, Sligo, Ireland.
Email: share.perry (AT) itsligo.ie
*** This paper seeks to recast the discussion of plagiarism in terms of ‘managing intertextuality’.
Intertextuality refers to how our contemporary cultural environment is marked by duplication, interpenetration of texts
and the circulation and re-circulation of images, sounds and words in multiple forms and formats.
Intertextuality is ubiquitous and inevitable: the challenge is how to respond to it.