Abstract

This article presents a mentor and student's journey into the world of undergraduate scholarly publication discover a number of unexpected ethical conundrums. The student builds her authority by leaning into her own expertise as a writer and owner of her own work. As the publishing site becomes a site of manipulation, she responds with her growing sense of the ethics of writing for the public. She gains authority in ways that few undergraduate writers can through her decision making.

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