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The phenomenon of forgetting news authorship is somewhat ironic, considering that the increasing quantity and widening range of quality of online news that news aggregators convey have made authorship verification more important than ever.
Mukherjee (2009) reveals the collaborative authorship pattern of the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) during the period 2000 to 2007.
Minecraft, and the broader spectrum of procedurally-generated game worlds, offer significant opportunities for the authorship of new texts within the game's world and using the game's engine, requiring no external software, nor specialist knowledge beyond an understanding of how the game is played.
The teacher candidate's quote reflects how media authorship is one of the affordances of the Internet and educational technology.
Honorary authorship is the intentional misrepresentation of credit to an individual whose contributions to a biomedical article do not meet the criteria for authorship established by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), which is composed of editors of prestigious scientific journals from all continents.
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.
The two end points of authorship, first and last authors, are traditionally reserved for the primary (first) author and senior author (mentor), respectively.
Courts, as we saw earlier, have largely defined an "author" as an expressionist: a person "who translates an idea into a fixed, tangible expression entitled to copyright protection." (144) And because the Copyright Act's definition of "joint work" speaks of "a work prepared by two or more authors," courts have denied joint authorship to idea-contributors on the basis of this definition of "author." (145) In other words, if an author is someone who expresses an idea in a fixed, tangible medium, a person who contributes only intangible ideas cannot be an author.
Honorary and ghost authorship appears to be an issue in the profession of nursing.
The objectives of the present study are as follows: to study contributions by year and issue; to study growth of authors by year; to examine authorship patterns by year and issue; to study author productivity; to study authorship by country; to identify most prolific contributors; to identify degree of author collaboration.
Behrooz Astaneh was the first speaker who talked about various types of ethics misconduct and mentioned authorship disputes conflict of interest double submissions and redundant publications besides plagiarism data fabrication and data falsification.
Several reasons have been offered to explain this authorship growth, including increased researcher collaboration, honorary authorship driven by increased pressures for funding and promotion, the belief that including senior authors will facilitate publication, and the growing complexity of medical research.
Google Authorship has been fully retired after a 3-year run.