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Ó Nualltáin, Breandán: Community Authorship
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Erscheinungsdatum: 29.06.2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Community Authorship, Titelzusatz: An Exploration of the Copyright Bargain in Traditional Irish Music, Auflage: 2. Auflage von 2011 // 2. Auflage, Autor: Ó Nualltáin, Breandán, Verlag: GRIN Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Handels- und Wirtschaftsrecht, Arbeitsrecht, Seiten: 60, Gattung: Magisterarbeit, Gewicht: 100 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Community Authorship
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Master's Thesis from the year 2008 in the subject Law - Media, Multimedia Law, Copyright, grade: 1, University of Limerick (Irish World Academy of Music and Dance), course: Ethnomusicology, language: English, abstract: Copyright law represents a cultural bargain: to encourage creativity, authors are granted time-limited monopolies over tangible expressions of their creative works. The incentive to create is thus balanced against the general public good, which includes the value of a healthy intellectual commons. This intellectual property bargain has now been institutionalised internationally through trade treaties and national and international laws. In the case of traditional cultural expressions, though, the bargain appears to fall down.First, there seems to be no evidence that creativity within most traditional cultures is or has been contingent upon the granting of such monopolies for exploitation. Second, in the case of traditional cultures, concepts such as 'author', 'expression' and 'creative work' can be extremely slippery. Third, the concept of creativity within many traditional cultures does not automatically support the idea that cultural artefacts are in fact created by individual authors.Using Irish traditional music as an example of a community-based traditional art form, I show that authors create new expressions within such cultures only through the implicit or explicit engagement with other cultural actors. As such, the concept of the single 'author' within such cultures is problematic, and leads inevitably to a discrediting of the traditional discourse of intellectual property regulation.I also show that even the seemingly fixed expressions of such a traditional culture are 'fixed' only in the most local sense--in an oral rather than literary culture, ideas are continuously reused and remixed in extremely mutable ways. As a result of this finding, the process of creativity must be re!examined in such contexts in order to support a more appropriate formulation of the intellectual property bargain.

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Community Authorship
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Master's Thesis from the year 2008 in the subject Law - Media, Multimedia Law, Copyright, grade: 1, University of Limerick (Irish World Academy of Music and Dance), course: Ethnomusicology, language: English, abstract: Copyright law represents a cultural bargain: to encourage creativity, authors are granted time-limited monopolies over tangible expressions of their creative works. The incentive to create is thus balanced against the general public good, which includes the value of a healthy intellectual commons. This intellectual property bargain has now been institutionalised internationally through trade treaties and national and international laws. In the case of traditional cultural expressions, though, the bargain appears to fall down.First, there seems to be no evidence that creativity within most traditional cultures is or has been contingent upon the granting of such monopolies for exploitation. Second, in the case of traditional cultures, concepts such as 'author', 'expression' and 'creative work' can be extremely slippery. Third, the concept of creativity within many traditional cultures does not automatically support the idea that cultural artefacts are in fact created by individual authors.Using Irish traditional music as an example of a community-based traditional art form, I show that authors create new expressions within such cultures only through the implicit or explicit engagement with other cultural actors. As such, the concept of the single 'author' within such cultures is problematic, and leads inevitably to a discrediting of the traditional discourse of intellectual property regulation.I also show that even the seemingly fixed expressions of such a traditional culture are 'fixed' only in the most local sense--in an oral rather than literary culture, ideas are continuously reused and remixed in extremely mutable ways. As a result of this finding, the process of creativity must be re!examined in such contexts in order to support a more appropriate formulation of the intellectual property bargain.

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Urheberrecht von Choreografen
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Although dance is one of the world's oldest art forms, choreography was first included in the laws of Germany, France and the USA as a separate category of copyrightable works during the course of the 20th century. This work places special emphasis on the following questions: which concepts can be protected as a work of choreography and how is the original work of authorship determined? Targeted towards attorneys concerned with questions related to choreography, this work can also serve as a reference for representatives of the dance community as an introduction to the copyright issues relevant to their work.

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Urheberrecht von Choreografen
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Although dance is one of the world's oldest art forms, choreography was first included in the laws of Germany, France and the USA as a separate category of copyrightable works during the course of the 20th century. This work places special emphasis on the following questions: which concepts can be protected as a work of choreography and how is the original work of authorship determined? Targeted towards attorneys concerned with questions related to choreography, this work can also serve as a reference for representatives of the dance community as an introduction to the copyright issues relevant to their work.

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Transparency in Social Media
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The volume presents, in a synergistic manner, significant theoretical and practical contributions in the area of social media reputation and authorship measurement, visualization, and modeling. The book justifies and proposes contributions to a future agenda for understanding the requirements for making social media authorship more transparent. Building on work presented in a previous volume of this series, Roles, Trust, and Reputation in Social Media Knowledge Markets, this book discusses new tools, applications, services, and algorithms that are needed for authoring content in a real-time publishing world. These insights may help people who interact and create content through social media better assess their potential for knowledge creation. They may also assist in analyzing audience attitudes, perceptions, and behavior in informal social media or in formal organizational structures. In addition, the volume includes several chapters that analyze the higher order ethical, critical thinking, and philosophical principles that may be used to ground social media authorship. Together, the perspectives presented in this volume help us understand how social media content is created and how its impact can be evaluated. The chapters demonstrate thought leadership through new ways of constructing social media experiences and making traces of social interaction visible. Transparency in Social Media aims to help researchers and practitioners design services, tools, or methods of analysis that encourage a more transparent process of interaction and communication on social media. Knowing who has added what content and with what authority to a specific online social media project can help the user community better understand, evaluate and make decisions and, ultimately, act on the basis of such information.

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Community Authorship
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Community Authorship ab 19.99 € als Taschenbuch: An Exploration of the Copyright Bargain in Traditional Irish Music Akademische Schriftenreihe. 2. Auflage. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Jura,

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Transparency in Social Media
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The volume presents, in a synergistic manner, significant theoretical and practical contributions in the area of social media reputation and authorship measurement, visualization, and modeling. The book justifies and proposes contributions to a future agenda for understanding the requirements for making social media authorship more transparent. Building on work presented in a previous volume of this series, Roles, Trust, and Reputation in Social Media Knowledge Markets, this book discusses new tools, applications, services, and algorithms that are needed for authoring content in a real-time publishing world. These insights may help people who interact and create content through social media better assess their potential for knowledge creation. They may also assist in analyzing audience attitudes, perceptions, and behavior in informal social media or in formal organizational structures. In addition, the volume includes several chapters that analyze the higher order ethical, critical thinking, and philosophical principles that may be used to ground social media authorship. Together, the perspectives presented in this volume help us understand how social media content is created and how its impact can be evaluated. The chapters demonstrate thought leadership through new ways of constructing social media experiences and making traces of social interaction visible. Transparency in Social Media aims to help researchers and practitioners design services, tools, or methods of analysis that encourage a more transparent process of interaction and communication on social media. Knowing who has added what content and with what authority to a specific online social media project can help the user community better understand, evaluate and make decisions and, ultimately, act on the basis of such information.

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Textbook of International Health: Global Health...
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This classic text, formerly known as the 'Basch' textbook, now completely revised in an updated new edition, brings together information that students and professionals working in the wide variety of disciplines concerned with international health will find in no other single source. It synthesizes historical, cultural, environmental, economic and political considerations to provide a comprehensive global overview of the many factors that determine the health of individuals and populations. The major determinants of health status in all regions of the world are discussed, and interventions undertaken at community, national, and international levels are described. The new edition features a renowned new authorship committed to updating and expanding the entire content while retaining the core elements of Basch's excellent text.

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