Discusses the relationship between Australian authors, publishers and copyright issues and how authors view copyright legislation. The research aims to provide a snapshot of Australian author's perspectives on copyright issues at a time when authors find themselves between the old and the new, grappling with the realities of traditional expectations and digital advances in publishing. Unprecedented advances in technology have challenged legislature globally and are having a disruptive effect on traditional publishing models and the copyright provisions that underpin them.
Year Manuscript Completed
Copyright Australia; Copyright and electronic data processing; Scholarly electronic publishing.
Primary Language of Manuscript
Recommended CitationFrancina Cantatore (2012) Negotiating a Changing Landscape : Authors, Copyright and the Digital Revolution, PhD, ePublications@bond, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
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