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10 AUGUST 2014

Ethics Unwrapped: Appropriation & Attribution

"Attribution is giving credit where credit is due. Appropriation is the complex borrowing of ideas, images, symbols, sounds, and identity from others. ... This video is a part of Ethics Unwrapped, a free online educational video series about ethics produced by The University of Texas at Austin. Ethics Unwrapped offers an innovative approach to introducing complex ethics topics and behavioral ethics ideas in a way that is accessible to both students and instructors."

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appropriationattribution • attribution theory • authorship • behavioural ethics • borrowing identity • borrowing images • borrowing of ideas • borrowing sounds • borrowing symbols • copyright legislationcopyright ownersethical issuesethical use of private dataethics • ethics topics • giving credit where credit is due • intellectual property rightsIPRlegal issueslegal rightslegal rights holders • online educational video series • ownershipplagiarismproperty rightsre-useteaching materialstheftunethical behaviour • University of Texas at Austin • your work

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Simon Perkins
25 OCTOBER 2013

Chris Green's Findus Beef Lasagne Jockey Parody

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2013 • adulteration • attribution • beef • Chris Green (writer) • contamination • content attribution • culture jammingfast food • Findus Group • food • food fraud • food ingredientfood labelfood production • frozen dinner • frozen meal • health awarenesshealth riskhorse • horse beef • horse meat • horsemeat scandal • humour • jockey • lasagne • meme • microwave meal • parodypre-prepared mealsprepackaged mealproduct packagingready mealready-made mealremix culturescandalsubstance • TV dinner • UK

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Simon Perkins
08 OCTOBER 2012

The Conversation: independent analysis, commentary and news

"The Conversation is an independent source of analysis, commentary and news from the university and research sector – written by acknowledged experts and delivered directly to the public. Our team of professional editors work with more than 3,900 registered academics and researchers to make this wealth of knowledge and expertise accessible to all.

We aim to be a site you can trust. All published work will carry attribution of the authors' expertise and, where appropriate, will disclose any potential conflicts of interest, and sources of funding. Where errors or misrepresentations occur, we will correct these promptly.

Sincere thanks go to our Founding Partners who gave initial funding support: CSIRO, Monash University, University of Melbourne, University of Technology Sydney and University of Western Australia.

Our initial content partners include those institutions, Strategic Partner RMIT University and a growing list of member institutions. More than 180 institutions contribute content, including Australia's research–intensive, Group of Eight universities.

We are based in Melbourne, Australia, and wholly owned by The Conversation Media Trust, a not–for–profit company."

(The Conversation Media Trust)

Fig.1 Nobel Laureate and former Australian of the Year Peter Doherty, supports The Conversation.

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accessibility • acknowledged experts • attributionAustralasia • Australian of the Year • author attribution • authorship • conflicts of interest • content is kingCSIROexpertise • Group of Eight • independent analysis • independent commentary • independent news • journalismMelbourneMonash Universitynewsnews and current affairsnews medianews reportingnot-for-profitPeter Doherty • professional editors • professional journalistsresearch sectorRMIT Universitysound bite • The Conversation Media Trust • trustUniversity of MelbourneUniversity of Technology SydneyUniversity of Western Australia • university sector

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Simon Perkins
21 JUNE 2009

CC Talks With: Illegal Art

"A museum exhibit called 'Illegal Art' might sound like a history of naughty pictures. Turns out that the exhibit (through July 25 at SF MOMA Artist's Gallery) is more innocuous than most primetime TV: A Mickey Mouse gasmask. Pez candy dispensers honoring fallen hip–hop stars. A litigious Little Mermaid. Not kids' stuff, exactly–but illegal?

Copyright holders have threatened and sued many of the show's artists for sampling, remixing, and recontextualizing other people's artistic creations without permission. Featuring audio and visual exhibits, a full length CD, and several films, the show highlights how copyright, typically considered an engine of creativity, can stifle art and free speech.

'Copyright is often so esoteric and theoretical,' said Carrie McLaren, the exhibit's curator. 'We wanted to make copyright's problems as real to the average person as they are to our featured artists.'"
(Creative Commons)

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attributioncommercialismcommonscopyrightcreative capitalCreative Commonsfree culturefunding • lessig • market failuremarkets • no derivatives • non-commercialopen sourceownershippatronpiracy • share-alike • social gainsponsorshipvalue of art

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David Rogerson
26 OCTOBER 2008

Open Educational Resources

"One of the more interesting and pressing problems facing users of the Internet is quickly finding and evaluating the resources they seek. Clearly, this is a problem not limited to education, but given that the top concern for most educators (and learners, for that matter) is lack of time, we needed to design more efficient and effective ways of identifying educational resources online. In collaboration with other open educational projects, and with several major search companies, we have tested out possible solutions to the 'search problem.'"

(Creative Commons)

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attributionauthorshipBloomsbury Academic • ccLearn • CK-12 Foundation • Connexions • Creative Commons • Curriki • education • Flat World Knowledge • Khan AcademyMIT OpenCourseWareOER • OER Africa • Open Educational Resources (OER)open sourceownership • P2PU • pedagogy • Peer 2 Peer University • Peer 2 Peer University (P2PU) • search engineUniversal Education Search

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Simon Perkins
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