Semi-Structured Interview

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Semi-Structured Interview is a qualitative method defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. The following studies use this method for data collection (81):

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Aguilar (2017)Aguilar, A. (2017) Distributed Ownership in Music: Between Authorship and Performance. Social & Legal Studies, 27(6), pp776-798
Aguilar (2019)Aguilar, A. (2019) We want Artists to be Fully and Fairly Paid for their Work’: Discourses on Fairness in the Neoliberal European Copyright Reform. JIPITEC 9 (2)
Ahlert, Marsden and Yung (N.D.)Ahlert, C., Marsden, C., & Yung, C. (N.D.). How ‘Liberty’ Disappeared from Cyberspace: The Mystery Shopper Tests Internet Content Self-Regulation. Retrieved from http://pcmlp.socleg.ox.ac.uk/sites/pcmlp.socleg.ox.ac.uk/files/liberty.pdf
Astle and Muir (2002)Astle, P.J. and Muir, A., 2002. Digitization and preservation in public libraries and archives. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 34(2), pp.67-79.
Aufderheide et al. (2018)Aufderheide, P., Pappalardo, K., Suzor, N. And Stevens, J. (2018) Calculating the consequences of narrow Australian copyright exceptions: Measurable, hidden and incalculable costs to creators. Poetics, 69, pp15-26.
Australian Law Reform Commission (2013)ALRC Report 122 (2013), available at http://www.alrc.gov.au/sites/default/files/pdfs/publications/final_report_alrc_122_2nd_december_2013_.pdf.
Benson and Stitzlein (2019)Benson, S.R. and Stitzlein, H. (2019) Copyright and Digital Collections: A Data Driven Roadmap for Rights Statement Success. ACRL 2019 Proceedings.
Branstetter, Fisman and Foley (2006)Branstetter, L.G., Fisman, R., & Foley, C. F. (2006). Do stronger intellectual property rights increase international technology transfer? Empirical evidence from U.S. firm-level panel data. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 121(1), 321-349.
Burgess and De Rosa (2017)
Campagnolo et al. (2018)Campagnolo, G.M., Giannatou, E., Franklin, M., Stewart, J., and Williams, R. (2018) Revolution remixed? The emergence of Open Content Film-making as a viable component within the mainstream film industry. Information, Communication and Society, pp1-18. ISSN 1369-118X
Cantatore (2014)Cantatore, F. (2014). From vault to honesty box: Australian authors and the changing face of copyright. Bond Law Review, 25(1), 5.
Carrier (2012)Carrier, M. A. (2012). Copyright and innovation: The untold story. Wisconsin Law Review 891. Available at SSRN 2099876
Center for Social Media (2010)Center for Social Media. (2010). Clipping Our Own Wings: Copyright and Creativity in Communication Research. American University.
Cohen, Nelson and Walsh (2000)Cohen, W. M., Nelson, R. R., & Walsh, J.P. (2000). Protecting their intellectual assets: Appropriability conditions and why U.S. manufacturing firms patent(or not). National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper No.7552.
Corbett (2011)Corbett, S., 2011. Archiving Our Culture in a Digital Environment: Copyright Law and Digitisation Practices in Cultural Heritage Institutions. New Zealand Law Foundation Report.
Cornwell (2017)Cornwell, J. (2017) Intellectual Property Litigation at the Court of Session: A First Empirical Investigation. Edinburgh Law Review, Volume 21, Issue 2, pp192-216.
Danbury (2016)Danbury, R. (2016). Is an EU publishers’ right a good idea? Final report on the AHRC project: Evaluating potential legal responses to threats to the production of news in a digital era, https://www.cipil.law.cam.ac.uk/sites/www.law.cam.ac.uk/files/images/www.cipil.law.cam.ac.uk/documents/copyright_and_news/danbury_publishers_right_report.pdf
Dholakiya et al. (2014)Dholakiya, K., Mustapha, N., Niu, B. And Yang, A. (2014) A Micro-Level Examination of Content Takedown’s Consequences. CSCW 14 February 15-19, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
DiCola and Touve (2014)DiCola, P. C., & Touve, D. (2014). Licensing in the Shadow of Copyright.
Dootson and Suzor (2015)Dootson, P. and Suzor, N. (2015) The Game of Clones and the Australia Tax: Divergent Views about Copyright Business Models and the Willingness of Australian Consumers to Infringe. University of New South Wales Law Journal 38.
Dowthwaite et al (2016)
Dryden (2008)Dryden, J.E., 2008. Copyright in the real world: Making archival material available on the Internet (Doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto).
Erickson (2018)Erickson, K. (2018) Can creative firms thrive without copyright? Value generation and capture from private-collection innovation. Business Horizons, 61:5, pp699-709
Erickson, Heald, Homberg, Kretschmer and Mendis (2015)Erickson, K., Heald, P. J., Homberg, F., Kretschmer, M., & Mendis, D. (2015). Copyright and the Value of the Public Domain: An Empirical Assessment. Intellectual Property Office Research Paper.
European Union Intellectual Property Office (2016)European Union Intellectual Property Office (2016). Intellectual Property and Youth.
Fagundes and Perzanowski (2019)Fagundes, D. And Perzanowski, A. (2019) Clown Eggs. Notre Dame Law Review, 94(3).
Fauchart and Hippel (2006)Fauchart, E., & Von Hippel, E. (2008). Norms-based intellectual property systems: The case of French chefs. Organization Science, 19(2), 187-201.
Fiesler (2018)Fiesler, C. (2018) Everything I Needed to Know: Empirical Investigations of Copyright Norms in Fandom. IDEA - The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Centre for Intellectual Property. 59(1), pp 65 - 87
Frosio (2014)Frosio, Giancarlo F. Open access publishing: a literature review. (2014).
Gallagher (2012)Gallagher, W. T. (2012). Trademark and copyright enforcement in the shadow of IP law. Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal, 28.
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.
Giblin et al. (2019)Giblin, R., Kennedy, J., Weatherall, K., Gilbert, D., Thomas, J. and Petitjean, F. (expected June 2019) Available – but not accessible? Investigating publisher e-lending licensing practices. Forthcoming, Information Research; Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 19/20.
Greenhalgh, Phillips, Pitkethly, Rogers and Tomalin (2010)Greenhalgh, C., Philips, J., Pitkethly, R., Rogers, M., & Tomalin, J. (2010). Intellectual Property Enforcement in Smaller UK Firms. Report for the Strategy Advisory Board for Intellectual Property Policy (SABIP).
Hackett (2015)
Haefliger, Jäger and Von Krogh (2010)Haefliger, S., Jäger, P., & Von Krogh, G. (2010). Under the radar: Industry entry by user entrepreneurs. Research policy, 39(9), 1198-1213.
Hagedoorn and Ridder (2012)Hagedoorn, J., & Ridder, A. K. (2012). Open innovation, contracts, and intellectual property rights: an exploratory empirical study.
Heins and Beckles (2005)
Heredia-Carroza, Palma and Aguado (2019)Heredia-Carroza, J., Palma, L. and Aguado, L.F. (2019) Song, Performance and Authorship: The Case of Flamenco in Spain. Trames, 23(73/68), 1, 2-14
Hill (2013)Hill, B. M. (2013). Almost Wikipedia: Eight Early Encyclopedia Projects and the Mechanisms of Collective Action.
Holt and Copes (2010)Holt, Thomas J., and Heith Copes. "Transferring subcultural knowledge on-line: Practices and beliefs of persistent digital pirates." Deviant Behavior 31.7 (2010): 625-654.
Hudson and Kenyon (2007)Hudson, E. and Kenyon, A.T., 2007. Digital Access: The Impact of Copyright on Digitisation Practices in Australian Museums, Galleries, Libraries, and Archives. UNSWLJ, 30, p.12.
Hunt, Williams, Nicholas and Rowlands (2009)Hunt, R., Williams, P., Nicholas, D., & Rowlands, I. (2009). Copycats? Digital consumers in the online age.
IHS Technology (2015)IHS Technology, Current Market and Technology Trends in the Broadcasting Sector, WIPO Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights, SCCR/30/5(Jun. 2015)
Ilevbare (2008)ILEVBARE, F. M. 2008. Psychosocial factors influencing attitudes towards internet piracy among Nigerian university students. IFE Psychologia: An International Journal, 16, 120-129.
Kheria (2012)Kheria, S., 2012. Copyright and Digital Art: Through the Looking Glass. Edinburgh School of Law Research Paper, (2012/19).
Konstantakis, Palaigeorgiou, Siozos and Tsoukalas (2010)Konstantakis, N. I., Palaigeorgiou, G. E., Siozos, P. D., & Tsoukalas, I. A. (2010). What do computer science students think about software piracy?. Behaviour & Information Technology, 29(3), 277-285.
Korn (2009)Korn, N., In from the Cold: An assessment of the scope of ‘Orphan Works’ and its impact on the delivery of services to the public (April 2009).
Kretschmer, Klimis, and Wallis (2001)Kretschmer, M., Klimis, G. M., & Wallis, R. (2001). Music in Electronic Markets An Empirical Study. New Media & Society, 3(4), 417-441.
La Diega (2019)La Diega, G.N. (2019) Can the law fix the problems of fashion? An empirical study on social norms and power imbalance in the fashion industry. Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, 14(1), pp18-24
Lee (2011)Lee, H.K., 2011. Participatory media fandom: A case study of anime fansubbing. Media, Culture & Society, 33(8), pp.1131-1147.
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