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Discussing authorship in Lynch's early career can be thorny, but Todd traces Lynch's trajectory as he moved rapidly from underground (Fraserhead) to Victorian period drama (The Elephant Man) to event picture (Dune) to auteur picture (Blue Velvet) to TV soap opera (Twin Peaks).
At the same time, being sole author and being first author are the most highly valued authorship statuses (Geelhoed et al.
Why did the fact that authorship issues challenged my colleagues come as no surprise?
1] Each member should answer that question individually by looking at their own 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?
History has informed the authorship practices of the academy, entrenching privileged models of individual authorship, particularly in the last century, even though collaboration has always existed, and in fact has been understood by authorship historians as central to the rhetorical enterprise for most documented history (for example, Benedict, 2004; LeFevre, 1987; Lunsford & Ede, 1990; Masten, 1997; Woodmansee & Jaszi, 1994).
My hope is less to resolve the debate than to suggest why we cannot resolve it, and to propose that moving beyond singular concepts of implied authorship might shift the conversation onto different if not less controversial ground.
be because other fields have stretched multiple authorships to the
If we adopt Authorship Guidelines for Social Work Researchers as Bowen suggests, one can readily see similar guidelines emerging for psychologists, nurses, physicians, marriage and family therapists, and so forth.
8) in a research conducted in a faculty of medicine, found that a percentage of the students who had graduated considered as authorship criterion that of obtaining the financial support to carry out the research.
An author is broadly defined as "the person who originated or gave existence to anything" and whose authorship determines responsibility for what was created.
This, coupled with the globalization of knowledge and the implementation of bibliometric indices such as the h-index, has generated a strategy change in researchers and research groups, encouraging networking (national or international) where authorship is practically conferred to researchers, undeservedly in some cases, in order to inflate or increase the individual's or group's academic production (1, 2).
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.
Although many helping professions have ethics codes that address publication issues, there is no standard among them regarding the issue of authorship.
The launch of the world's first graduate-level programs in Authorship Studies