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*  Academic authorship
Today, shared authorship is common in most academic disciplines, with the exception of the humanities, where sole authorship is ... Includes elements of authorship and how they interact with copyright law) "Roll Credits: Sometimes the Authorship Byline Isn't ... "Authorship and contribution disclosures". Science Advances. 3 (11). Rennie, D.; Yank, V.; Emanuel, L. (1997). "When authorship ... Two-thirds of industry-initiated randomized trials may have evidence of ghost authorship. Ghost authorship is considered ...
*  Joint authorship
... of a copyrightable work is when two or more persons contribute enough to the work to be the author of that ... In the case of joint authorship, each author is the owner of not only the part he or she created but of the whole work. Every ... It is a work of joint authorship if a person creates lyrics or music with the intention that his work shall be combined with ... Under the US copyright law, a person has to prove the following two things for claiming joint authorship in a work: First, he ...
*  Mosaic authorship
... pay little attention to the question of authorship. Bible portal Authorship of the Bible Dating the Bible Documentary ... Mosaic authorship is the Jewish and Christian tradition that Moses was the author of the Torah, the first five books of the ... Authorship was not considered important by the society that produced the Hebrew Bible (the Protestant Old Testament), and the ... Mosaic authorship of the Torah was unquestioned by both Jews and Christians until the European Enlightenment, when the ...
*  Self-authorship
Stage 3: Self- Authorship This is the pinnacle of the evolution of self-authorship. In this stage, one is able to be unique and ... Self-authorship is defined by Robert Kegan as an "ideology, an internal personal identity, a self-authorship that can ... The concept of the "object" and the concept of the "self" make up self-authorship. One is not born with self-authorship. There ... However, for Caucasian Americans, only identity dissonance is a catalyst in the development of self-authorship. Self-authorship ...
*  Shakespeare authorship question
Authorship Trust-an organisation dedicated to promoting the Shakespeare authorship question The Shakespeare Authorship ... Some authorship theorists argue that the figure originally portrayed a man clutching a sack of grain or wool that was later ... The authorship question emerged only after Shakespeare had come to be regarded as the English national poet and a unique genius ... The Shakespeare Authorship Page-a collection of information by David Kathman and Terry Ross Oxfraud: The Man Who Wasn't Hamlet- ...
*  Molière authorship question
The Molière authorship question is a controversy started in 1919 when Pierre Louÿs, in two articles titled "Corneille est-il ... who had contributed to discussion of the Shakespeare authorship question by publishing one by one in 1918 and 1919 the two ... propounding the Derbyite theory of Shakespeare authorship. Louÿs, who had himself, throughout his career, published a number of ...
*  Authorship of Titus Andronicus
... and has instead come to focus on the issue of co-authorship. The examination of the theory of co-authorship began in 1905, in ... The authorship of Titus Andronicus has been debated since the late 17th century. Titus Andronicus, probably written between ... Other plays have also been examined for evidence of co-authorship, but none has been as closely scrutinised or as consistently ... A major early defender of Shakespeare's claim to authorship was Edward Capell. In his 1768 ten-volume edition of the complete ...
*  Authorship of Luke-Acts
The authorship of the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles, collectively known as Luke-Acts, is an important issue for ... Or Redaction authorship: the view that Acts in particular was written (either by an anonymous writer or the traditional Luke), ... We also know that this Luke came to be associated with the authorship of Luke-Acts on the basis of the "we" passages from Acts ... D.W.J. Gill and C.H. Gemph (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1994), 545-574.", Allen, "Lukan Authorship of Hebrews", p. 125 (2010). B&H ...
*  Authorship of the Bible
Bible portal Authorship of the Johannine works Authorship of the Petrine epistles Books of the Bible Dating the Bible Rabin ... Pauline authorship is now generally rejected, and the real author is unknown. The traditional authors are: Peter the apostle ( ... Most Jews and Christians believed Mosaic authorship until the 17th century. Today, the majority of scholars agree that the ... There is some support for Paul's authorship of the three "Deutero-Pauline Epistles," Ephesians, Colossians, and 2 Thessalonians ...
*  Oxfordian theory of Shakespeare authorship
... authorship question Baconian theory Derbyite theory of Shakespeare authorship Marlovian theory of Shakespeare authorship The UK ... The Shakespeare Authorship Page Arguments against Oxford's authorship by Irvin Leigh Matus Oxfraud: The Man Who Wasn't Hamlet. ... The Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre. Mowat and Werstine, eds.The Comedy of Errors(Folger Shakespeare Library). ... None of his contemporaries or associates expressed any doubt about the authorship of his poems and plays. Nothing about De Vere ...
*  Marlovian theory of Shakespeare authorship
Michael Rubbo's film had a share of the prize in 2002, and in 2007 Peter Farey's Hoffman and the Authorship, an out-and-out ... If his death had been faked, Marlovians point out that he would have had far better reasons than any other authorship " ... Anagrams as such are useful for conveying hidden messages, including claims of priority and authorship, having been used in ... ISBN 0-17-443586-X. McCrea, Scott (2005). The Case for Shakespeare: The End of the Authorship Question. Westport CT: Greenwood ...
*  List of Shakespeare authorship candidates
See also Shakespeare authorship question; History of the Shakespeare authorship question. This list of 87 candidates is in ... Promoters of various authorship theories assert that their particular candidate is more plausible in terms of education, life ... They campaign to gain public acceptance of the authorship question as a legitimate field of academic inquiry and to promote one ... Often the authorship debate is premised on the syllogistic and fallacious interchangeability of literature and autobiography ...
*  Authorship of the Johannine works
... so the question of its authorship is often connected to the question of authorship of the gospel. The two works use many of the ... Bretschneider's 1820 work on the topic of Johannine authorship. Bretschneider called into question the apostolic authorship of ... The authorship of the Johannine works-the Gospel of John, Epistles of John, and the Book of Revelation-has been debated by ... However, claims for authorship much later than 100 have been called into question due to Rylands Library Papyrus P52, a ...
*  Nevillean theory of Shakespeare authorship
Ben Jonson whose personal references to Shakespeare are taken to be among the strongest evidence in favour of his authorship ... Academic Shakespeare scholars consider the idea of alternative Shakespeare authorship to be a fringe belief and reject all ... Casson, J & Bradbeer, M (2015). Sir Henry Neville, Alias William Shakespeare: Authorship Evidence in the History Plays. North ... The Nevillean theory of Shakespeare authorship attributes the work of William Shakespeare to the English parliamentarian and ...
*  Authorship of the Petrine epistles
"Reflections on the Authorship of 2 Peter," Evangelical Quarterly 73 [2001]: 291-309). "Pauline Authorship and the Pastoral ... The authorship of the Petrine epistles (First and Second Peter) is an important question in biblical criticism, parallel to ... Unlike The Second Epistle of Peter, the authorship of which was debated in antiquity (see also Antilegomena), there was little ... p. 352 'Virtually no authorities defend the Petrine authorship of 2 Peter, which is believed to have been written by an ...
*  Lewkenorian theory of Shakespeare authorship
The Lewkenorian theory of Shakespeare authorship is the view that Lewes Lewkenor (1561-1627), was the true author of the works ... Lewes Lewkenor is one of several individuals who have been claimed by advocates of the Shakespeare authorship question to be ... Mainstream scholarship dismisses all alternative candidates for authorship of the works, but accepts that Shakespeare sometimes ... against Labeo comes at the end of the Satyres and the gist of his thirty-six lines clearly alludes to Labeo's authorship of ...
*  Crollalanza theory of Shakespeare authorship
... a version of the John Florio authorship theory. Elam also remarks that "Italian, or perhaps Sicilian nationalism" gave rise to ...
*  History of the Shakespeare authorship question
Rutland's authorship was defended by the suggestion that the plots of the plays reflected details of his life, an argument that ... Lanier's authorship was proposed by John Hudson in 2007, who identified her as "a Jewish woman of Venetian-Moroccan ancestry", ... Many scholars consider that there is no evidence of his authorship ever being questioned prior to then. This conclusion is not ... "Support the Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre at Concordia University", Concordia University Web site. Abdulla Al-Dabbagh ...
*  Artists Authorship Rights Act (New York)
The Artists Authorship Rights Act is a 1984 New York law that provides legal protection for artists' moral rights. The law was ...
*  Martin Luther King Jr. authorship issues
Papers Project addresses authorship issues on pp. 25-26 of Volume II of The Papers of Martin Luther King Jr., entitled " ... Authorship issues concerning Martin Luther King Jr. center on claims of Martin Luther King Jr. having committed plagiarism in ...
*  Authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews
... who holds to the traditional authorship of the other epistles, states that "the arguments against Pauline authorship, however, ... Augustine affirmed Paul's authorship and vigorously defended the epistle. By then its acceptance in the New Testament canon was ... Doubts about Pauline authorship were raised around the end of the second century, predominantly in the West. Tertullian ... Origen noted that others had claimed Clement or Luke as the author, but he tentatively accepted Pauline authorship and the ...
*  Spalding-Rigdon theory of Book of Mormon authorship
John L. Hilton, "On Verifying Wordprint Studies: Book of Mormon Authorship" in Book of Mormon Authorship Revisited: The ... The Spalding-Rigdon theory of Book of Mormon authorship is the theory that the Book of Mormon was plagiarized in part from an ... "Book of Mormon Authorship: A Closer Look". Maxwell Institute, Brigham Young University. Retrieved 6 April 2012. Vernal Holley; ... By using Jocker's methodology to analyze the (known) authorship of the Federalist Papers by including and excluding Alexander ...
*  List of early Christian texts of disputed authorship
There are a number of Early Christian writings whose authorship was in dispute in the early Church. Epistle of James Epistle of ...
*  Authorship and ownership in copyright law in Canada
... is an important and complex topic which lies at the nexus between Canada's ... Analysis of Authorship and ownership of copyrightable works in Canada can proceed by examination of the rules determining the ... Section 2 of the Copyright Act provides a definition of a work of joint authorship as work in which "the contribution of one ... Gould Estate and Donaghue make it clear that fixation is a necessary condition for authorship, but they do not hold that ...
*  Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing
The Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing (SHARP) formed in 1991 in the United States on the initiative ... Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing)", in Michael F. Suarez; H.R. Woudhuysen, Oxford Companion to the ...