Author(s): Dr. Osborne, T.L.
Date of Publication: Feb 01, 2015

"Why Am I Writing This Book? There are many aspects of Hip Hop culture that exceeds beyond just the beat, a dance, or a catchy hook. The Hip Hop Lectures (Volume 1) & The Hip Hop Lectures (Volume 2) are books that were created to make a connection between the past and the present, as it relates to Hip Hop culture. Hip Hop culture has been able to accomplish so much in such a very short period of time, most of which includes the bridging of generational and racial gaps locally and internationally. The hope; however, is that the culture continues to grow and evolve to a point where

Author(s): Weiping Wu
Date of Publication: Jan 31, 2005

The author focuses on how urban policies and the clustering of creative industries has influenced urban outcomes. The set of creative industries include those with output protectable under some form of intellectual property law. More specifically, this sub-sector encompasses software, multimedia, video games, industrial design, fashion, publishing, and research and development

Author(s): Fishman, Stephen
Date of Publication: Oct 31, 2004

The Copyright Handbook provides you with all the information and forms you'll need to protect all types of creative expression under U.S. and international copyright law.

Author(s): Stim, Richard
Date of Publication: Aug 31, 2004

Getting Permission is a guide through the permissions process for the use of copyrighted material.

Author(s): Stim, Richard
Date of Publication: Aug 31, 2004

Music Law provides all the legal information and practical advice musicians need.

Author(s): Grant, Daniel
Date of Publication: Jul 31, 2004

The subject of art, copyright protection and the Internet are explored in this article.

Author(s): Fishman, Stephen
Date of Publication: Feb 29, 2004

The Public Domain explains how to recognize when a creative work is in the public domain and where you can find them.

Author(s): Lessig, Lawrence
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2004

Free Culture looks at how the big media corporations are using legal avenues to regulate new technologies that subsequently shrink the public domain of ideas, and how these corporations are using these same technologies to control what we can and can't do with culture.

Author(s): Picard, Robert G.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2003

This article explores the nature of losses when protected works are stolen, infringed, or pirated and how the losses differ significantly for materials in physical and virtual form.

Author(s): McSherry, Corynne
Date of Publication: Sep 30, 2003

Drawing on legal, historical, and qualitative research, the author explores the propertization of academic work and shows how that process is shaking the foundations of the university, the professoriate, and intellectual property law.