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Managing faculty-student collaborations in research and authorship.
In Shakespeare Only, Knapp sets out m revise this historical narrative, and Shakespeare's place in it, by arguing not only for the plausibility of a model of single authorship, but for Shakespeare's awareness of and response to this model.
This collection of essays explores the relationship between authorship and medieval books.
Sarris' book, The American Cinema, was a groundbreaking study which established authorship as a credible and valid framework for the evaluation of films and remains an important introduction to film studies.
The trajectory of the book is effectively summarized in the titles of its two parts: "Rethinking Shakespeare's Authorship" and "Fictions of Authorship.
Why did the fact that authorship issues challenged my colleagues come as no surprise?
The United States is still the world's scientific leader in authorship of scientific research papers, but its share of global authorship has fallen to 21 percent from 26 percent.
In brief, self authorship is defined as "the internal capacity to define one's belief system, identity, and relationships" (Baxter Magolda, 2007, p.
A logistic regression model was used with gender as the outcome, controlling for degree (physicians versus nonphysicians), author institution (Baylor or non-Baylor), authorship ranking (first, second, third, or "other"), and an interaction term between institution and authorship ranking.
Femininity and Authorship in the Novels of Elizabeth von Arnim
The problem of offering ' gift authorship', which is the inclusion of an individual among the authors of a paper though he or she doesn't fulfill the requirements for authorship, was also found to be common.
Authorship and the Films of David Lynch: Aesthetic Receptions of Contemporary Hollywood