Aspects of Authorship

ASPECTS OF AUTHORSHIP . I. Authorship in the act . FEY EW that are
interested at all in the products of authorship can fail to be more or less interested
in observing authorship in the act , the author at work . One likes to know that
Virgil's ...

Author: Francis Jacox


ISBN: IBNF:CF000267975

Category: Authors

Page: 494

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Some Aspects of the Economics of Authorship

In any case this , like the very different situation described by Mr. Cohn , is only
one aspect of the economics of authorship ---- a complex topic , to whose
problems no satisfactory answer has ever yet been found . * Why do people
become ...

Author: Elmer Holmes Davis


ISBN: MINN:31951000935779C

Category: Authorship

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Catalogue authors Titles Subjects and Classes

Authorship and the literary life . ... 699 ) ; Newspapers ; -Periodicals ; -Plays ; --
Poetry : -Printing : -Proverbs ; -Publishers and authors ; -Quotations ; -Reading ; -
Rhetoric ; -Satire ... Lectures on the history of Jacox ( F. ) ' Aspects of authorship .

Author: Brooklyn Public Library


ISBN: MINN:31951001997892Y

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Kundera and the Ambiguity of Authorship

paths in the Fog The aim of this book has been to illuminate Kundera's
conception of authorship in the novel as a dynamic feature, thriving on its own
inherent ambiguities and shedding light on hitherto unknown aspects of
existence. With the ...

Author: Christine Angela Knoop

Publisher: MHRA

ISBN: 9781907322112

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 198

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The scholarly debate about authorship has not only transcended all aspects of literary studies, but has also prompted contemporary authors to counter, subvert, and challenge it. One author to whom this applies in particular is Milan Kundera. In this study, Christine Knoop re-examines Kundera's essayistic and novelistic work against the background of the theoretical paradigms of literary authority, intention, and ownership. In so doing, she demonstrates how he overcomes traditional theoretical distinctions by postulating the existence of both a strong, powerful author figure and of potentially boundless literary meaning. Kundera's radically ambiguous conception of the author in the novel, developed primarily to influence the reader, is discussed and developed to cast new light on the critical debate about authorship at large while maintaining his primary conjecture that authorship as such is perpetually hybrid, dynamic, and unfinished.

Some Aspects of Religion

Behind the question of canonicity is the question of the authorship and character
of the various books and fragments which make up the Old Testament and New .
Certainly there is nothing in the canonical history of these books and fragments ...

Author: John White Chadwick



Category: Sermons, American

Page: 350

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Establishment Violence in Philo and Luke

ing the purpose of Acts. The main aspects of this view are plausible. ... historical
issues associated with an interpretation of Acts and its traditions, we restrict
ourselves here to some comments on the issues of authorship, date and sources.

Author: Torrey Seland

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004102523

Category: Religion

Page: 353

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This study tries to throw new light on both Philo of Alexandria and the scenarios involved in the violent death of Stephen and the attacks against Paul in Jerusalem as recorded in the Lukan Acts of the Apostles.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

... aspects Sociolinguistics ( May Subd Geog ) aspects Shinto sociology ( P40
Anomy Social capital ( Sociology ) UF Language and languages -- Social
Applied sociology Social conflict aspects Authorship Sociological aspects Social
contract ...

Author: Library of Congress


ISBN: STANFORD:36105118435093

Category: Subject headings, Library of Congress


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Oncology Clinical Trials

MANUSCRIPT STRUCTURE AND CONTENT Manuscripts reporting the results
from a clinical trial contain the following general elements: title, authorship,
abstract, introduction (background and significance), description of clinical and ...

Author: Susan Halabi, PhD

Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing

ISBN: 1935281763

Category: Medical

Page: 168

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Clinical trials are the engine of progress in the development of new drugs and devices for the detection, monitoring, prevention and treatment of cancer. A well conceived, carefully designed and efficiently conducted clinical trial can produce results that change clinical practice overnight, deliver new oncology drugs and diagnostics to the marketplace, and expand the horizon of contemporary thinking about cancer biology. A poorly done trial does little to advance the field or guide clinical practice, consumes precious clinical and financial resources and challenges the validity of the ethical contract between investigators and the volunteers who willingly give their time and effort to benefit future patients. With chapters written by oncologists, researchers, biostatisticians, clinical research administrators, and industry and FDA representatives, Oncology Clinical Trials, provides a comprehensive guide for both early-career and senior oncology investigators into the successful design, conduct and analysis of an oncology clinical trial. Oncology Clinical Trials covers how to formulate a study question, selecting a study population, study design of Phase I, II, and III trials, toxicity monitoring, data analysis and reporting, use of genomics, cost-effectiveness analysis, systemic review and meta-analysis, and many other issues. Many examples of real-life flaws in clinical trials that have been reported in the literature are included throughout. The book discusses clinical trials from start to finish focusing on real-life examples in the development, design and analysis of clinical trials. Oncology Clinical Trials features: A systematic guide to all aspects of the design, conduct, analysis, and reporting of clinical trials in oncology Contributions from oncologists, researchers, biostatisticians, clinical research administrators, and industry and FDA representatives Hot topics in oncology trials including multi-arm trials, meta-analysis and adaptive design, use of genomics, and cost-effectiveness analysis Real-life examples from reported clinical trials included throughout

Soft Edge Nat Hist Future Info

But might a readership so empowered by hypertext at some point become more
than a fulfillment of what authors most ... aspects of authorship, so that, in the end,
authors are read more and better but less as authors than they were before?

Author: Paul Levinson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134641932

Category: Philosophy

Page: 280

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The Soft Edge is a one-of-a-kind history of the information revolution. In his lucid and direct style, Paul Levinson, historian and philosopher of media and communications, gives us more than just a history of information technologies. The Soft Edge is a book about theories on the evolution of technology, the effects that human choice has on this (r)evolution, and what's in store for us in the future. Paul Levinson's engaging voice guides us on a tour that explains how communications media have been responsible for major developments in history and for profound changes in our day-to-day lives. Levinson presents the intriguing argument that technology actually becomes more human. We see how information technologies are selected on the basis of how well they meet human needs. Why is email more like speech than print is? Why didn't the arrival of television destroy the radio? These and many more thought provoking questions are answered in The Soft Edge. Boldly extending and deepening the pathways blazed by McLuhan, Paul Levinson has provided us with a brilliant and exciting study of life with our old media, our new media, and the media still to come.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

BT —Foreign influences -Dalit authors H 1156 Use as a topical subdivision under
individual literatures . ... BT - Economic aspects --Law and legislation H 1140
Further subdivide by subdivisions used under legal topics . Use as a topical ...

Author: Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office


ISBN: UOM:39015079817089

Category: Subject headings, Library of Congress


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Interpreting Popular Music

This chapter has already touched on some of the problematic aspects of "
authorship" in popular song in the somewhat quirky instance of "This Diamond
Ring." In some respects, that song was not anomalous: frequently there is no
single origin ...

Author: David Brackett

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 052092570X

Category: Music

Page: 275

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There is a well-developed vocabulary for discussing classical music, but when it comes to popular music, how do we analyze its effects and its meaning? David Brackett draws from the disciplines of cultural studies and music theory to demonstrate how listeners form opinions about popular songs, and how they come to attribute a rich variety of meanings to them. Exploring several genres of popular music through recordings made by Billie Holiday, Bing Crosby, Hank Williams, James Brown, and Elvis Costello, Brackett develops a set of tools for looking at both the formal and cultural dimensions of popular music of all kinds.

Copyright and Piracy

daniel mcclean* Introduction This chapter is about the tension between concepts
of authorship and piracy in ... Appropriation art and their descendants, it
considers key aspects of artistic authorship, including the authority of artists to
designate ...

Author: Lionel Bently

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521193436

Category: Law

Page: 471

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An understanding of the changing nature of the law and practice of copyright infringement is a task too big for lawyers alone; it requires additional inputs from economists, historians, technologists, sociologists, cultural theorists and criminologists. Where is the boundary to be drawn between illegal imitation and legal inspiration? Would the answer be different for creators, artists and experts from different disciplines or fields? How have concepts of copyright infringement altered over time and how do such changes relate, if at all, to the cultural norms operating amongst creators in different fields? With such an approach, one might perhaps begin to address the vital and overarching question of whether strong copyright laws, rigorously enforced, impede rather than promote creativity. And what can be done to avoid any such adverse consequences, while maintaining the effectiveness of copyright as an incentive-mechanism for those who need it?

Medieval Theory of Authorship

... mainly in French and English schools of philosophy and theology, of the theory
of authorship channelled by two major types of academic prologue. The present
chapter is different in nature, because it focuses on the way in which aspects of ...

Author: Alastair Minnis

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812205701

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 368

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It has often been held that scholasticism destroyed the literary theory that was emerging during the twelfth-century Renaissance, and hence discussion of late medieval literary works has tended to derive its critical vocabulary from modern, not medieval, theory. In Medieval Theory of Authorship, now reissued with a new preface by the author, Alastair Minnis asks, "Is it not better to search again for a conceptual equipment which is at once historically valid and theoretically illuminating?" Minnis has found such writings in the glosses and commentaries on the authoritative Latin writers studied in schools and universities between 1100 and 1400. The prologues to these commentaries provide valuable insight into the medieval theory of authorship. Of special significance is scriptural exegesis, for medieval scholars found the Bible the most difficult text to describe appropriately and accurately.

Geometric Aspects of Functional Analysis

Usually several authors are involved in the writing, so it is not always simple to
obtain a unified approach to the presentation. For prospective publication in LNM
, the resulting manuscript should not be just a collection of course notes, each of

Author: Bo'az Klartag

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319094779

Category: Mathematics

Page: 463

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As in the previous Seminar Notes, the current volume reflects general trends in the study of Geometric Aspects of Functional Analysis. Most of the papers deal with different aspects of Asymptotic Geometric Analysis, understood in a broad sense; many continue the study of geometric and volumetric properties of convex bodies and log-concave measures in high-dimensions and in particular the mean-norm, mean-width, metric entropy, spectral-gap, thin-shell and slicing parameters, with applications to Dvoretzky and Central-Limit-type results. The study of spectral properties of various systems, matrices, operators and potentials is another central theme in this volume. As expected, probabilistic tools play a significant role and probabilistic questions regarding Gaussian noise stability, the Gaussian Free Field and First Passage Percolation are also addressed. The historical connection to the field of Classical Convexity is also well represented with new properties and applications of mixed-volumes. The interplay between the real convex and complex pluri-subharmonic settings continues to manifest itself in several additional articles. All contributions are original research papers and were subject to the usual refereeing standards.

A Companion to Media Authorship

36 Espen Aarseth doubts that games can consistently be studied for the
messages their ostensible authors express, ... an implication of the intentional
flux model is that students of film and media can disentangle two aspects of

Author: Jonathan Gray

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118495254

Category: Social Science

Page: 576

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A Companion to Media Authorship offers 28 groundbreaking chapters which investigate the practices, attributions, and meanings of authorship. Revitalizing the study within media and cultural studies, this diverse and global collection provides the definitive work on the subject. Rethinks cultures of authorship and challenges the concept of auteurism across multiple media forms Moves beyond notions of the individual to focus on how authorship is collaborative, contested, and networked, examining cultures of authorship and the practicalities of how it works Draws on the cutting-edge research of scholars and practitioners whose work has produced significant new insights into the field Examines a wide range of media, including television, social media, radio, videogames, transmedia, music, and comic books Offers an impressive global focus, including pieces on Mexican music, amateur film production in Nairobi slums, tele-serial production in Kinshasa, Hong Kong film, and the marketing of Bollywood

Historical Linguistics 2003

aspects. of. word. order. variation. and. change. in. Late. Middle. English". Tamas
Eitler ELTE University, Budapest 1. ... characteristics, the authorship of the
manuscript of The Equatorie of the Planetis can be assigned to Geoffrey Chaucer

Author: Michael Fortescue

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9789027294777

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 312

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This volume consists of 19 papers presented at the 16th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, which was held in August 2003 in Copenhagen and drew the largest number of participants and the widest array of languages that this important biannual conference has ever had. As with previous volumes, the papers selected cover a wide range of subjects besides the core areas of historical linguistics, and this time include studies on ethnolinguistics, grammaticalisation, language contact, sociolinguistics, and typology. The individual languages treated include Brazilian Portuguese, Chukchi, Korean, Danish, English, German, Greek, Japanese, Kok-Papónk, Latin, Newar, Old Norse, Romanian, Seneca, Spanish, and Swedish. The volume reflects the state of the art both empirical and theoretical — in Historical Linguistics today, and shows the discipline to be as flourishing and capable of new advances as ever.

Some Aspects of International Library Co operation

Some of the strictly professional societies are the Authors ' Club ( organized 1882
) , New York , Carnegie Hall , and the Authors ' League of ... This is primarily a
concern of authorship 10 Some Aspects of International Library Coöperation.


Publisher: Yardley, Pa. : F.S. Cook

ISBN: UOM:39015036905936

Category: Bibliography, International

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