PR and communication

From Copyright EVIDENCE

This industry category includes the following:

70.21 Public relations and communication activities
This class includes the provision of advice, guidance and operational assistance, including lobbying activities, to businesses and other organisations on public relations and communication.

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Industry Sectors

PR and communication is an industry sector defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.

The following studies involve this industry sector (9):

Bechtold, Buccafusco and Sprigman (2016)Bechtold, S., Buccafusco, C. And Sprigman, J.C. (2016) Innovation Heuristics: Experiments on Sequential Creativity in Intellectual Property. Indiana Law Journal, 2016, Forthcoming.
Center for Social Media (2010)Center for Social Media. (2010). Clipping Our Own Wings: Copyright and Creativity in Communication Research. American University.
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.
Ghafele (2010)Ghafele, R. (2010). Of war and peace: Analyzing the policy discourse on intellectual property. Intellectual Property Quarterly, 3, 237-255.
Green (2021)Green, D. (2021). Learning to Let Go: Ownership, Rights, Fees, and Permissions of Readers’ Photographs. Anglia, 139(1), 59-70.
Reid (2021)Reid, A. (2021). Clarity: An Analysis of DMCA Repeat Infringer Policies, 61. JURIMETRICS J, 405-41.
Silbey (2014a)Silbey, J. (2014) The Eureka Myth: Creators, Innovators and Everyday Intellectual Property. Stanford University Press: Stanford.
Thompson and Muir (2020)Thompson, S. D., & Muir, A. (2020). A case study investigation of academic library support for open educational resources in Scottish universities. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 52(3), 685-693.
Zerkee (2016)Zerkee, J. (2016). Approaches to copyright education for faculty in Canada. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 11(2).