Pastoral Epistles Authorship
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They are believed to have been written by Paul but there are reasons for and against the authorship of Paul. Therefore, this sets forth a debate as to who wrote the Pastoral Epistles. The epistles were addressed to… In the book of ACTS of Apostles we learn about how Paul was converted to an individual believing in Jesus Christ. In the ACTS he is portrayed as…
SHAKESPEARE: A Question of Authorship
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Professor Name Date William Shakespeare: A Question of Authorship William Shakespeare and JS Bach are perhaps the two most important cultural figures in Western Civilization. This high pedestal that they occupy makes questions over their authorship almost blasphemous for their admirers.… In this backdrop, the challenge facing both the faithful and the…
Shakespeare: A Question of Authorship
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Name: Tutor: Course: Date: William Shakespeare: A Question of Authorship Many scholars believe that Shakespeare’s plays and poems are not written by Shakespeare himself; rather someone else has written and published those unparallel popular literary works in Shakespeare’s name.… Innumerous books, articles and research papers have been published purporting this…
How can we define authorship in TV
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Auteur can be compared to the author of a book or novel or the artist of a painting. One of its key components is the creative control that the filmmaker exercises in… Given this argument, it follows that the identification of the technical competence of the director would enable critic and viewers alike to determine the quality and artistic value of the TV…
Understanding Authorship: Reading Barthes and Foucault
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Has the growth of the Internet, blogging, Wiki’s and digital databases confirmed the ‘Death of the Author’ thesis or has it resurrected authorship in another form? Give precise examples. There is a serious debate about… In this paper I will focus on Foucault’s reflections of authorship and will link his views to 21th century technological development giving…
Warhol - Contemporary Notion of Authenticity and Authorship
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The researcher of this essay aims to explore Andy Warhol's comment and contemporary notion of the authenticity and authorship. The comment that Andy Warhol makes seeks to elicit the attention of the masses to use his physical appearance to define him.… The essay "Warhol - Contemporary Notion on Authenticity and Authorship" examines the contemporary notion of…
Warhol Comment and Contemporary Notion on Authenticity and Authorship
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Name Institution Course Instructor Date Warhol Comment and Contemporary Notion on Authenticity and Authorship The comment that Andy Warhol makes seeks to elicit the attention of the masses to use his physical appearance to define him. Andy Warhol depicts that he does not care much about what people say about him but he holds a lot on what he believes about himself.…
The Technique of Sampling in Music and Notions of Authorship
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This paper shall however, focus on how this technique affects the aspects of authorship that are associated with music. The paper shall look into the history of the song called Amen Brother and the ‘Amen Break’, a portion of this song that was used in the beginning of several other genres of music. … The credit for having composed the piece of music that was…
Do you think that theories of authorship are incompatible with the industrial context of film production
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But this is a controversial issue because film production itself is a collaborative activity, one that involves the creative input and ideas of many artists and technicians. Can theories of authorship… The auteur theory is one of the most important theories of authorship. The term, politque des auteurs was coined by Francois Truffaut, who realized that…
Film studies (Authorship module)
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The auteur theory is was that holds the director's films reflect the particular director's personal creative vision, as though he or she were the sole auteur of the work. The French word for author, many film producers have notably been credited for having auteur like influences on film projects.… Today, no contemporary American director more deserves the…
Discussion AUTHORSHIP & GUIDELINES
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This kind of development is significantly tied to the growth and development of the professional body of knowledge. For this body of knowledge to grow and develop, research has to be done and… Since nursing practice is universal, the practice documented for a particular region can effectively be used by a different group of people. This is one reason…
In light of the Schultz' essay, write a reflection on your view of the authorship of Isaiah
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Institution Tutor Topic: The Authorship of Isaiah Course/Number Date Department Introduction There are two main schools of thoughts on the prophetic Book of Isaiah. There is the traditional school of thought which holds that there is only one author identified as Isaiah, son of Amoz to the entire Book of Isaiah.… The crux of the matter is that the traditional…
Authorship/auteurism is a central term in film studies. Would you say that this theory is especially important for European cinema Illustrate your argument through the case study of director Pedro Almodovar
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Since the 1950s when the concept of auteurism, which was form from the auteur theory or authorship, gained roots in cinema, the subject has been met with a lot of controversy and debate. This is because there are some film analysts who see the concept as being a… In this paper the writer takes a very close analysis of the concept of auteurism from a more…
Redefinition of Authorship and Ownership in Media and Cultural Industries
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The advent of technology has had influence in virtually all industries in society. This paper will focus on the influence of technology and new forms of media have influenced the way materials are owned in comparison with the previous methods of ownership of the same material. … This essay stresses that the main corporations in informational technology include…
With reference to the technique of sampling, discuss the effects of recording technology and the music industry on our notions of the authorship and the ownership of music. Use, as an example of the phenomenon of sampling, the origins and cultural life of
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In a world where music was a form of art that was in some cases considered to be as divine and exalted as poetry, painting and sculpture, the process of sampling does not need to be… This technique offends the sacrosanct position that music is given in the lives of many. Issues of plagiarism arise and royalties are almost never offered to the composer of the…
Discuss the importance of the manuscript in Medieval art. Explain and explore issues of authorship, production, patronage, style, and technique
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Embedded in the Neoplatonic tradition, aesthetic responses were intimately associated with metaphysics in the Middle Ages, and the pulchritudo οf the created world was conceived as a reflection οf divine beauty in living… echanical means οf reproduction.[23] Consistent with a long medieval tradition, contemporary sources praised the opulence οf the materials…
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Websites are designed and developed to meet different goals and objectives depending on the intentions of both the developer and the client. Websites are used for the purposes of business, education, socialization, communication, and politics among others. … Description of authorship varies from one website to another. This follows the notion that some…
HP5C: Ethical Issues in Research Publication
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Ethical Issues in Research Publications Ethical principles are the basis for ethical analysis. They provide a viewpoint from which direction and counsel can be obtained. Ethical principles are goals that ethical theories try to attain.… From Alyssa’s and Ben’s story, violation of principle of authorship is evident. The overruling rationale of counsels on…
Shakespeare Research Paper
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Shakespeare Research Paper The William Shakespeare authorship question has intrigued scholars, researchers and aficionados of the playwright since the latter half of the nineteenth century. Several theories that aim to expound upon this matter have proposed that indeed it was not Shakespeare who crafted the literary masterpieces which have garnered him an unparalleled global attention and carved for him a literary status that remains unchallenged to this day.…
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Data analysis results from an evidence-based practice project in which I participated did not support the hypothesis that outcomes of the project have positive effects on patients’ outcomes. A colleague has noticed a professional journal that called for manuscripts on the… I would contact my employer for submission of the EBP project because the corporate body…
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This paper provides new insights into comparative studies on orality and literacy in the context of anthropological communication studies and… Issues related to the original shape and authenticity of the tales of Kitaro in the graveyard are examined by comparing various forms of the story in Kami-Shibai and the variations generated during the transition from…
Was William Shakespeare the author of his plays and sonnets
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The literary heritage of William Shakespeare includes sonnets, dramas and comedies. The main question interested literary critics is authorship of these works and the role of Shakespeare is their creation. Today, there are a lot of scientific facts showing that Shakespeare was not the true author of his works. … It is difficult to determine the identity of the…
Ownership of Intellectual Property
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OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Your name …………………. College/ …………. Introduction   Most high-tech industries are distinguished by their intellectual properties and these are highly important for them in relation to their brand, research, innovation and discovery of new processes and products.… Though most countries and worldwide authorities have developed IP…
Reflection on Othello
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He questions the morality of Othello as a leader in Venice and who undergoes tragic moments orchestrated by a close friend. The author’s reflection on the Shakespearean tragedy revolves around the… Ribner (2013) presents his opinion about the tragedy of Othello. The inspiration of Othello to end the life of Desdemona comes from the feelings of suffering and…
Did Moses Write the Pentateuch or the Book of Moses in the Bible
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Did Moses Write the Pentateuch or the Book of Moses in the Bible? I. Introduction: What is the Pentateuch? Pentateuch, or the first five books of the Bible is also known as the Book of Moses. Because of this similarity of name, it was thought that Pentateuch was written by Moses.… Pentateuch contain the laws and instructions of God given to the people of…
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