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This is only a sampling of books on Lynch published since 2010, but Authorship and the Films of David Lynch provides more insight into the reception of Lynch's work.
As early as practical in a research project, the collaborators should decide on which tasks are necessary for the project's completion, how the work will be divided, which tasks or combination of tasks merit authorship credit, and on what level credit should be given (first author, second author, etc.
My point is that most social work journals already have a well-established set of guidelines pertaining to authors at hand and that if authors, journal editors, deans, and students would simply follow these, this would help alleviate some of the problems in unethical or inappropriate authorship Professor Bowen describes.
To encourage appropriate authorship, the Journal of Urology uses an honour system, asking all authors to sign-off on their contributions.
Helpful definitions of authorship can be found in guidelines written by international organizations such as the World Association of Medical Editors (WAME) (2) (3), the Council of Science Editors (4), the Committee of Publication Ethics (5), and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) (6).
The WAME policy statements (3) also state, "Performing technical services, translating text, identifying patients for study, supplying materials, and providing funding or administrative oversight over facilities where the work was done are not, in themselves, sufficient for authorship.
The distribution of Canadian authorships by province in each era is shown in Table 2.
Authorships and unique publications by the CUA membership in 1993-1994 and 2003-2004 [Table omitted]
TRACING THE HANDS of other writers in the plays that have been traditionally ascribed to Shakespeare only has yielded a picture of Shakespeare's career as a coauthor that is strikingly at odds with current histories of authorship in Renaissance English drama generally.
Some of the perplexity vanishes when the historical claim about collaboration to authorship vanishes too.
Such authorships would be unethical and would represent a breach of integrity.
and under what circumstances multiple authorship is appropriate and
Although greater detail and relevance in social work authorship guidelines might reduce disparities in researchers' opinions and practices related to authorship to a degree, greater reductions in disparities are likely only if guidelines are actively promoted in the multiple arenas salient to authorship practices.
At the awards banquet for the Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference, members of Concordia's staff and faculty signed the formal "Declaration of Reasonable Doubt About the Identity of William Shakespeare" - a document drafted by the Shakespeare Authorship Coalition (SAC) of Claremont, Calif.
The second chapter begins by overturning the identification of Hamlet as a figure for an elitist Shakespeare in conflict with his actors, only to redefine Hamlet's own brand of authorship in a way that exemplifies Shakespeare's more diverse personal views.