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Autobiography (See BIOGRAPHY and AUTOBIOGRAPHY.)
Eden, Martin
laborer who becomes a famous writer. [Am. Lit.: Martin Eden]
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Discussing authorship in Lynch's early career can be thorny, but Todd traces Lynch's trajectory as he moved rapidly from underground (Fraserhead) to Victorian period drama (The Elephant Man) to event picture (Dune) to auteur picture (Blue Velvet) to TV soap opera (Twin Peaks).
Todd searches for authorship (s) even in this albeit problematic science-fiction adaptation, concluding that viewers do indeed make their own meanings, and thus that "auteurism can be seen as an ideological (rather than scientific) operation through which the horizontal ontology of the text--be that formal, thematic, and/or industrial--will trigger the search for an authorial voice from the predisposed reader" (56).
The APA manual provides more than a standardized method for formatting papers and citing papers--it provides information on legal and ethical aspects of publishing and has something to say on the topic of authorship.
4] found that the inclusion of undeserved authorships correlated with the number of coauthors listed, not present in papers with only 2 authors, but occurring progressively thereafter.
It turned out that 6 of the 7 questions were about authorship criteria, and each question related to a specific circumstance that the questioner had encountered or was currently encountering.
For Group 2, publication intensity was defined as authorships per active member, per year excluding those CUA members who had no publications.
The most popular posthumous coauthorship of the day, Hero and Leander: Begun by Christopher Marloe; and Finished by George Chapman (1598), was so unmistakably a bundle of single authorships that each poet's parcel began with a separate dedication never mentioning the other poet in the venture.
Gift" authorships are intellectually dishonest, deceptive, and cause dilution of credit for the research endeavor.
be because other fields have stretched multiple authorships to the
Like many journals, such as Nature ("Authorship Policies," 2009), social work journals can promote adherence to an approved set of authorship guidelines by requiring all submitting authors to briefly describe their contributions to a manuscript.
We welcome all serious researchers to study at the Centre and participate openly in the authorship debate.
Shakespeare Only is a thoughtful, if often puzzling, contribution to the historicist debates over the nature of early modern authorship and authority, and the introduction offers a valuable survey of the foundational scholarship in the field, even as it seeks to offer a corrective to the narratives that have become the new orthodoxy.