Unstructured Interview

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Methods
Methodology (Collection)
Methodology (Analysis)

Unstructured Interview is a qualitative method defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. The following studies use this method for data collection (11):

 Citation
BOP Consulting and DotEcon (2015)BOP Consulting, DotEcon (2015). International Comparison of Approaches to Online Copyright Infringement: Final Report, commissioned by the Intellectual Property Office.
Cantatore (2014)Cantatore, F. (2014). From vault to honesty box: Australian authors and the changing face of copyright. Bond Law Review, 25(1), 5.
Garcia-Álvarez, López-Sintas and Zerva (2009)García‐Álvarez, E., López‐Sintas, J., & Zerva, K. (2009). A contextual theory of accessing music: Consumer behavior and ethical arguments. Consumption, Markets and Culture, 12(3), 243-264.
Hooper and Lynch (2012a)Hooper, R., & Lynch, R. (2012). Rights and wrongs: Is copyright licensing fit for purpose for the digital age? The first report of the Digital Copyright Exchange feasibility study, IPO.
Hooper and Lynch (2012b)Hooper, R., & Lynch, R. (2012). Copyright works: Streamlining copyright licensing for the digital age. Intellectual Property Office: Newport.
Intellectual Property Office (2014)IPO (2014). Artist’s Resale Right - Summary of IPO survey findings
Marshall (2004)Marshall, L. (2004). The effects of piracy upon the music industry: A case study of bootlegging. Media, Culture & Society, 26(2), 163-181.
Mendis, Secchi and Reeves (2015)Mendis, D., et al. (2015). A Legal and Empirical Study into the Intellectual Property Implications of 3D Printing.
Schofield and Urban (2015)Schofield B. L. and Urban J. M. Takedown and Today's Academic Digital Library (2015) UC Berkeley Public Law Research Paper No. 2694731.
Somaya and Grahan (2006)Somaya, D., & Graham, S. J. (2006). Vermeers and Rembrandts in the same attic: Complementarity between copyright and trademark leveraging strategies in software. Georgia Institute of Technology TIGER Working Paper.
Wang and Zhu (2003)Wang, Shujen, and Jonathan JH Zhu. Mapping film piracy in China. Theory, culture & society 20.4 (2003): 97-125.