Digital Piracy: A Global, Multidisciplinary Account

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Steven Caldwell Brown, Thomas J. Holt
Routledge, 19 avr. 2018 - 272 pages

Non-Commercial digital piracy has seen an unprecedented rise in the wake of the digital revolution; with wide-scale downloading and sharing of copyrighted media online, often committed by otherwise law-abiding citizens. Bringing together perspectives from criminology, psychology, business, and adopting a morally neutral stance, this book offers a holistic overview of this growing phenomenon. It considers its cultural, commercial, and legal aspects, and brings together international research on a range of topics, such as copyright infringement, intellectual property, music publishing, movie piracy, and changes in consumer behaviour. This book offers a new perspective to the growing literature on cybercrime and digital security.

This multi-disciplinary book is the first to bring together international research on digital piracy and will be key reading for researchers in the fields of criminology, psychology, law and business.

 

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Table des matières

List of illustrations
Contextualising digital piracy
Digital music value in transition from piracy
Digital piracy new media and consumer choice
The Italian context
The social and applied psychology of engagement in music piracy
An examination of digital piracy behaviour through the lens of cultural
Copyright infringement and cultural participation
The apathy of
A critical analysis of intellectual
Is it a pathway to more serious offending?
Criminologys contribution to the study of digital piracy
Identifying paths forward in the study of piracy
Index
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À propos de l'auteur (2018)

Steven Caldwell Brown is an early career researcher based at The University of Strathclyde. Receiving his Ph.D. in 2015 from Glasgow Caledonian University, his Doctoral research was the first major psychological approach to understanding music piracy. A Chartered Psychologist, Steven is an expert in both the cultural and commercial impact of the digital revolution on contemporary music listening practices.

Thomas J. Holt is a Professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. He received his Ph.D. in criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Missouri-Saint Louis in 2005. His research focuses on cybercrime, cyberterror, and policy responses to these global problems.

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