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Stop Piracy with Edification: Intellectual Property Education in School

Lakhan, Shaheen (2002) Stop Piracy with Edification: Intellectual Property Education in School. [Preprint]

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From introduction: The global population is showing substantial disregard for intellectual property. As children, they practice the production of illegal music copies for friends and family and engage in plagiarism. Adults commit in addition software piracy, the purchasing of pirated video, and various other copyright violations. The utter disregard of such works and creativity is stumping innovation and stems from the lack of adequate intellectual property education. As an academic course counselor, I propose that elementary, middle, and high schools introduce Intellectual Property Education in to their current curriculum. This would effectively and noticeably decrease copyright infringement and would promote a sense of appreciation for creation. Yet, copyright laws and trusted systems should still be in position to prevent further encroachment.

Item Type:Preprint
Keywords:intellecultual property, copyright, education, piracy, plagarism
Subjects:Electronic Publishing > Copyright
ID Code:2935
Deposited By:Lakhan, Shaheen E
Deposited On:10 May 2003
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:55

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Cui, Mei. Intellectual Property Issues in Middle Schools of the United States and the People’s Republic of China. River Forest, IL: Concordia University 199. <http://www2.curf.edu/~crfetd/etd/etd-1999-01/thesis.pdf>

International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA). “USTR 2002 'Special 301' Decisions and IIPA Estimated U.S. Trade Losses Due to Copyright Piracy.” IIPA Online. <http://www.iipa.com/pdf/2002_Jul11_USTRLOSSES.pdf>

Siwek, Stephen E. Copyright Industries in the U.S. Economy 2002 Report. International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA). Washington D.C.: Economist Inc. 2002

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