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author

(Originator), noun architect, auctor, begetter, causer, composer, contriver, creator, deviser, discoverer, effecter, fabricator, founder, generator, inaugurator, initiator, innovater, institutor, introducer, inventor, maker, manufacturer, occasioner, organizer, parent, prime mover, producer, sire
Associated concepts: copyright
Foreign phrases: Culpa tenet suos auctores.Fault binds its own authors.

author

(Writer), noun compiler, composer of a literrry work, drafter, essayist, literary person, man of letters, person who writes, scriptor, verse maker
Associated concepts: copyright, plagiarism
See also: architect, compose, derivation, elicit, engender, generate, invent, make, maker, originate, undersigned
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Yet even in this case authorship concerns remain on the edges: "Based on Freud's evidence, we may reasonably introduce the idea that the need for an author might represent an instinctual manifestation that might be suppressed, but cannot be expunged" (76).
Authorship concerns aside, readers may find the history behind Mulholland Dr.
Individuals should only take authorship credit for work they have actually performed or to which they have substantially contributed.
1] Each member should answer that question individually by looking at their own authorships.
Why did the fact that authorship issues challenged my colleagues come as no surprise?
Table 1 depicts the number of published members, authorships and unique publications during each era.
11) This parceling out of Pericles suggests that the play was conceived from the start as a bundle of single authorships.
How extensive are "guest" or "gift" authorships which are given gratuitously to undeserving authors for aid in career progression or are given as the result of authors not carrying out their responsibility on a project and not being removed for authorship?
multiple authorship, the implications of multi-author scholarship, and the
It is possible that principal investigators (PIs), researchers who possess large data sets, and others who supervise individuals of various ranks on research projects may have concerns that authorship guidelines will limit their authority over publications.
Concordia University is well positioned to house the Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre.
The idea of authorship as a collective activity was not intended to deny the agency of individuals, but rather to credit the individuals and institutions that helped to create and shape that idea.