|I think the point is that your suggestion that "foreigners are taught to cheat" is based, at best, on misinformation.
That is not my quote. And I find your assertion downright offensive. My point is that plagiarism, like many things, is viewed differently by different cultures. There are cultural dimensions to plagiarism. It is easy to define plagiarism, but it becomes a much more complex issue when dealing with different cultural worldviews. In my original post, I was simply agreeing with someone who made the same point. You can disagree with these statements, but don't put words in my mouth, buddy.
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