By Y.H. Helen Zhang
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15 Differences in those choosing “rejection” in response to 5 typical questions in different disciplines 30 2 Differences Between Anglophone and Non-anglophone Journals We ﬁnd that the Social Sciences show the lowest tolerance, with 82 and 30 % rejection rates, respectively to cut-paste (Q10) and much copied material in review papers (Q19), but to self-plagiarism (Q18) they show a high tolerance, with a rejection rate of only 12 %. What is the reason? This may be related to the characteristics of social science articles, with greater expression of a personal viewpoint in the text.
Against Plagiarism: A Guide for Editors and Authors by Y.H. Helen Zhang