Visual / Other Content Analysis

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Methodology (Collection)
Methodology (Analysis)

Visual / Other Content Analysis is a qualitative method defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.

The following studies use this method for data analysis (9):

Beebe (2008)Beebe, B. (2008). An empirical study of US copyright fair use opinions, 1978-2005. University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 549-624.
Condry (2004)Condry, I. (2004). Cultures of music piracy An ethnographic comparison of the US and Japan. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 7(3), 343-363.
De Souza-Leão et al. (2019)de Souza-Leão, A.L.M., Moura, B.M., de Santana, I.R.C., Nunes, W.K.S. and Henrique, V.M.R. (2019) Fans Make Art: Authoring and Creativity in the Production of Fanvideos. Studies on Emerging Countries, 4(24) pp 22-36
Hackett (2015)
Handke, Girard and Mattes (2015)Handke, C., Girard, Y., & Mattes, A. (2015). Copyright and Innovation: Fit for Digitization?. DIW Economic Bulletin, 5(16).
Jankowich (2006)Jankowich, A. (2006) EULAw: The Complex Web of Corporate Rule-Making in Virtual Worlds. Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property, 8
Kaye and Gray (2021)Kaye, D. B. V., & Gray, J. E. (2021). Copyright Gossip: Exploring Copyright Opinions, Theories, and Strategies on YouTube. Social Media + Society.
OHIM (2016)OHIM (2016) Digital Advertising on Suspected Infringing Websites
Wallace (2022)Wallace, A. (2022). A Culture of Copyright: A scoping study on open access to digital cultural heritage collections in the UK. Zenodo.