Tutorial Paper #1
Due: 9pm Mon 8th January 2017
You are required to write 500 words in response to each of the following questions (no more
than 1000 words in total). You will need to draw on the knowledge acquired in the first week.
Week 09 - Reading
Doctorow, C. ontent
Points about DRM systems
Are bad for society
Are bad for business
Are bad for artists
Is a bad business-move for MSFT
DRM systems dont work
Cryptography - secret writing - is the practice of
W08 - Lecture
Fans & Fandom
Casual viewer or fan?
Respond to media texts?
Reinterpret media text?
Engage with fellow fans?
Establish a community?
Audience Studies 2.0 (Hermes 2009)
Fan Studies: Issue 1
COPYRIGHT AND CREATIVITY
Professor Julie E. Cohen 1
Thank you all. It is a pleasure to be here. What you are going to hear is not a single
paper but rather a condensed version of a couple of book chapters.
What I want to argue today is that copyright l
Freedom of Expressions: Overzealous Copyright Bozos and Other
Enemies of Creativity. Kembrew McLeod. New York: Doubleday,
The justication for copyright and patent law in the United States
has historically been utilitarianTo promote
According to Featherly (2003, p. 98), the traditional notions of copyright have been
sorely tested by new media such as MP3 files and the Web.
Cohen, JE 2000, Copyright and the perfect curve, Vanderbilt Law Review, vol. 53,