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Jak se vyhnout plagiátorství: Příručka pro studenty

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ISBN: 9788024647890/9788024647906 Year: Pages: 46 Language: czech
Publisher: Karolinum Press Grant: Publikace byla vydána za podpory Ministerstva školství, mládeže a tělovýchovy a je jedním z výstupů v centralizovaném rozvojovém projektu MŠMT-12222/2019-3 „Prevence plagiátorství ve studentských pracích“.
Subject: Library and Information Science
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V této příručce se dozvíte:• kde vzít vlastní myšlenky,• jak správně citovat různé zdroje,• co přesně se považuje za plagiátorství,• jak se vyhnout různým formám plagiátorství,• příklady (ne)slavných plagiátů,• o třech O proti plagiátorství• i pár tipů, jak nespadnout do časového presu.

Die Transformation der Informationsmärkte in Richtung Nutzungsfreiheit. Alternativen zur Als-ob-Regulierung im Wissenschaftsurheberrecht

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Book Series: Age of Access? Grundfragen der Informationsgesellschaft ISSN: 21950210 ISBN: 9783110693447 Year: Volume: 12 Pages: 438 DOI: 10.1515/9783110693447 Language: German
Publisher: De Gruyter
Subject: Library and Information Science
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In the last 30 years, copyright law’s approach to knowledge and information has come under fire. This book makes an important contribution to the debate about the sustainability of current models combining freedom of use and public financing. The author proposes a concept of “rights of use and freedom of use for knowledge and information” to replace copyright law applying to individual cases.

Intellectual Commons and the Law

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ISBN: 9781912656882 Year: Pages: 223 DOI: 10.16997/book49 Language: English
Publisher: University of Westminster Press
Subject: Economics --- Law --- Social Sciences --- Sociology
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‘With clarity and sophistication, Antonios Broumas presents a bold new theory of intellectual commons and powerful arguments for a new body of supportive law. This book not only reveals the misleading logic of intellectual property law in our time; it reveals the rich possibilities for constructive change that legally protected commoning can bring. Highly recommended!’ — David Bollier, Director, Reinventing the Commons Program, Schumacher Center for a New Economics. ‘Liberating the Intellectual Commons from the fetters of capital accumulation and appropriation, would give us a renaissance of creative energies and empowered communities: exactly what the world needs to move away from the social and ecological devastations of our times. This book is a thoughtful and compelling argument for making this possible through the works of the law and the redesign of public domain as a common space.’ — Massimo De Angelis, Professor of Political Economy and Social Change, Co-director of the Centre for Social Justice and Change, University of East London. ‘In this pioneering book, Antonios Broumas argues that philosophically, morally, politically and economically we are in urgent need of a new legal regime that recognizes the intellectual commons, peer production and sharing as the primary practices of intellectual production, distribution and consumption. I cannot imagine a more urgent task today. A legally protected intellectual commons will lead to greater scientific and cultural innovation and creativity and will lead to an urgently needed second Enlightenment. This book should be read by lawyers, critical theorists, economists and the many professionals of science, culture and the academy.’ — Costas Douzinas, Professor of Law, Birkbeck, University of London. ‘Antonios Broumas’ book is an excellent critical analysis of the cultural commons and a must-read for everyone interested in understanding what the commons, the cultural commons, and the digital commons are all about. This work brilliantly outlines the foundations of an empirically grounded critical theory of the commons and the cultural commons in the context of the interactions of law and society.’ — Christian Fuchs, Professor of Media and Communication Studies, author of Communication and Capitalism: A Critical Theory (2020). ‘Broumas takes us on a spellbinding tour of how and why the law could and should change to accommodate the creative multitude, which engages into an emerging mode of production. He tells a vibrant story that makes us shout: “Lawmakers of the world, unite!”’ — Vasilis Kostakis, Professor of P2P Governance, Tallinn University of Technology, Faculty Associate at Harvard Law School. At the cutting edge of contemporary wealth creation people form self-governed communities of collaborative innovation in conditions of relative equipotency and produce resources with free access to all. The emergent intellectual commons have the potential to commonify intellectual production and distribution, unleash human creativity through collaboration and democratise innovation with wider positive effects for our societies. Contemporary intellectual property laws fail to address this potential. We are, therefore, in pressing need of an institutional alternative beyond the inherent limitations of intellectual property law. This book offers an overall analysis of the moral significance of the intellectual commons and outlines appropriate modes for their regulation. Its principal thesis is that our legal systems are in need of an independent body of law for the protection and promotion of the intellectual commons, in parallel to intellectual property law. In this context, the author of the book proposes the reconstruction of the doctrine of the public domain and the exceptions and limitations of exclusive intellectual property rights into an intellectual commons law, which will underpin a vibrant non-commercial zone of creativity and innovation in intellectual production, distribution and consumption alongside commodity markets enabled by intellectual property law.

Hip-Hop, Art, and Visual Culture: Connections, Influences, and Critical Discussions

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ISBN: 9783039284504 / 9783039284511 Year: Pages: 80 DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-03928-451-1 Language: eng
Publisher: MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Subject: Arts in general
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Visual art has been tied to hip-hop culture since its emergence in the 1970s. Commentary on these initial connections often emphasizes the importance of graffiti and fashion during hip-hop’s earliest days. Forty years later, hip-hop music has grown into a billion-dollar global industry, and its influence on visual art and society has also expanded. This book-length printed edition of Arts collects essays by scholars who explore this evolving influence through their work in art education, cultural theory, and visual culture studies. The topics covered by these authors include discussions on identity and cultural appropriation, equity and access as represented in select works of art, creativity and copyright in digital media, and the use of fine art tropes within the sociocultural history of hip-hop. As a collected volume, these essays make potentially important contributions to broadening the narrative on art education and hip-hop beyond the topics of graffiti, fashion, and the use of cyphers in educational contexts.

Digital Peripheries

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Book Series: Springer Series in Media Industries ISBN: 9783030448509 Year: Pages: 302 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-44850-9 Language: English
Publisher: Springer Nature
Subject: Media and communication --- Sociology --- Political Science --- Law
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This is an open access book. Media industry research and EU policymaking are predominantly tailored to large (and, in the latter case, Western) European markets. This open access book addresses the specific qualities of smaller media markets, highlighting their vulnerability to global digital competition and outlining survival strategies for them. New online distribution models and new trends in the consumption of audiovisual content are limited by, and pose new challenges for, existing audiovisual business models and their legal framework in the EU. The European Commission’s Digital Single Market (DSM) strategy, which was intended e.g. to remove obstacles to the cross-border distribution of audiovisual content, has triggered a heated debate on the transformation of the existing ecosystem for European screen industries. While most current discussions focus on the United States, Western Europe, and the multinational giants, this book approaches these industry trends and policy questions from the perspective of relatively small and peripheral (in terms of their population, language, cross-border cultural flows, and financial and/or symbolic capital) media markets.

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