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The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies by Annette Pritchard, Nigel Morgan, Irena Ateljevic

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6     From copyright to copyleft

Towards tourism education 2.0

Janne J. Lidburd and Anne-Mette Hjalager

Introduction

Widely accepted for protecting the rights of the original creator, copyright laws provide control of distribution, reproduction, adaptation, and translation of digital and broadcast rights. Copyright regulation is regarded as an essential infrastructure in society as forms of licensing and control that are maintained through more-or-less concealed codes and surveillance. Licenses act as a mechanism of social ordering to help constrain and stabilize the interactions of the involved developers. As owners of intellectual property, tourism academics are familiar with assigning these rights to a publisher in full, or by way of granting ...

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