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An author is broadly defined as "the person who originated or gave existence to anything" and whose authorship determines responsibility for what was created.
Without doubt attention to publication ethics, such as ensuring manuscripts are free from error, plagiarism, and fabrication, is crucial so that those accessing published literature can have trust in the authorship and veracity of the articles.
For Widiss, this idea of authorship is present in works throughout twentieth-century American writing, so that the author is no less a deliberate construction in the early half of the twentieth century and no less an elusive figure at the century's end.
CONTENTS I Introduction II Possible Reforms III Option h Deeming Authorship of Computer-Generated Works A The Originality-Authorship Corollary B Definition of 'Computer-Generated Work' C Who 'Undertakes the Arrangements Necessary' for the Creation of the Work?
GuttzeitAEs examination of Poe in terms of the history of rhetoric is complemented in systematic terms with the development of a theoretical rhetoric of authorship that delineates what he terms figures of the author, understood as the processes and products of authorsAE persuasions and figurations that respond to particular historical situations.
Israel explained how research authorship is used for credit, career advancement, and research assessment, while sharing the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) five-step code:[sup][4] “Authors should be authors: (1) Do not engage ghost writers.
Not all of the articles showed evidence of all of these issues (plagiarism, peer review and authorship manipulation) but each of them demonstrated at least one.
Standard medical indexes, such as PubMed or MEDLINE, uniformly list authors of publications in peer-reviewed journals sequentially, without provision for designating equal authorship for equal contributors.
Although a complete history of the Welles litigation would not suit our purposes here, some brief background on his claims and the courts' rulings will aid our ensuing look at idea-contribution and joint authorship, helping us understand both why Welles lost his bid for a share in the copyright as well as how we might view things differently today.
Since joining Gurtin in 2009, Schuette has demonstrated thought leadership through his authorship and co-authorship of the firm's independent credit research, and developed an analyst training program focused on fostering a culture of continued learning.
Results reflect honorary authorship occurred 42% of the time, with ghost authorship occurring 27.