Co-authorship in Humanities and the Social Sciences: A global view

Bruce Macfarlane, Elaine Devine, Tiffany Drake, Anna Gilbert, Mark Robinson, Ian White

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Abstract

Authorship of a scholarly journal article claims recognition for a contribution to an original piece of research, along with any moral or legal rights that confers. Authorship credits are also an increasingly important currency of academia, vital for career progression, funding, and success in research assessments. It is therefore not surprising that the issue of authorship is under significant scrutiny and is among the most common concerns in publishing ethics.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAbingdon, UK
PublisherTaylor & Francis Group
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 6 Oct 2017

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  • SoE Centre for Higher Education Transformations

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