Structured Interview

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Structured Interview is a qualitative method defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. The following studies use this method for data collection (16):

 Citation
Al-Rafee and Cronan (2006)Al-Rafee, S., & Cronan, T. P. (2006). Digital Piracy: Factors That Influence Attitude Toward Behavior. Journal of Business Ethics, 63(3), 237-259.
Altschuller and Benbunan-Fich (2009)Altschuller, S., & Benbunan-Fich, R. (2009). Is music downloading the new prohibition? What students reveal through an ethical dilemma. Ethics and Information Technology, 11(1), 49-56.
Aufderheide and Jaszi (2004)Aufderheide, P., & Jaszi, P. (2004). Untold stories: Creative consequences of the rights clearance culture for documentary filmmakers.
Cenite, Wang, Peiwen and Chan (2009)Cenite, M., Wang, M. W., Peiwen, C., & Chan, G. S. (2009). More Than Just Free Content Motivations of Peer-to-Peer File Sharers. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 33(3), 206-221.
Garcia-Bardidia, Nau and Remy (2011)Garcia-Bardidia, R., Nau, J. P., & Rémy, E. (2011). Consumer Resistance and Anti-Consumption: Insights from the Deviant Careers of French Illegal Downloaders. European Journal of Marketing, 45(11/12), 1789-1798.
Graham (2016)Rumi Graham,'An Evidence-Informed Picture of Course-Related Copying', College & Research Libraries, Vol 77, No 3 (2016), p.335-358. Available under: https://crl.acrl.org/index.php/crl/article/view/16513.
Intellectual Property Office (2016a)Intellectual Property Office (2016), Unjustified threats on intellectual property rights: Government Response
Karakaya (2011)Karakaya, M. (2010). Analysis of the key reasons behind the pirated software usage of Turkish Internet users: Application of routine activities theory (Doctoral dissertation, University of Baltimore).
Kheria (2013)Kheria, S. (2013). Copyright and Digital Art Practice: The ‘Schizophrenic’Position of the Digital Artist. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 19(4).
Morrison and Secker (2017)Chris Morrison, Jane Secker, (2017) "Understanding librarians’ experiences of copyright: Findings from a phenomenographic study of UK information professionals", Library Management, Vol. 38 Issue: 6/7, pp.354-368, https://doi-org.ezproxy.lib.gla.ac.uk/10.1108/LM-01-2017-0011
Rainie and Madden (2004)Rainie, H., & Madden, M. (2004). Preliminary findings from a web survey of musicians and songwriters. Pew Internet & American Life Project.
Throsby and Petetskya (2017)Throsby, D. And Petetskaya, K. (2017) Making Art Work: An Economic Study of Professional Artists in Australia. A report commissioned by the Australia Council.
Throsby and Zednik (2010)Throsby, David, and Anita Zednik. Do you really expect to get paid?: an economic study of professional artists in Australia. (2010).
Van der Ende et al (2014)Van der Ende, M., Poort, J., Haffner, R., de Bas, P., Yagafarova, A., Rohlfs, S., and van Til, H. (2014) Estimating displacement rates of copyrighted content in the EU. A study prepared for the European Commission.
Waelde and Schlesinger (2011)Waelde, C., & Schlesinger, P. (2011). Music and dance: beyond copyright text?.
Wang, Chen, Yang and Farn (2009)Wang, C. C., Chen, C. T., Yang, S. C., & Farn, C. K. (2009). Pirate or buy? The moderating effect of idolatry. Journal of Business Ethics, 90(1), 81-93.