Contents: While the question of how we handle authorship in collaborative processes wasn’t directly posed, many of the participants brought it up as an important ethical issue. This bonus episode brings together their thoughts, from debunking the myth of solo authorship and recognising the positivity of influence, to adequate programme credits and audience participation.
Who is speaking and when:
00:00 Introduction (Melissa Laing) | 01:05 Alys Longley | 01:16 Rose Martin | 01:32 Alexa Wilson | 01:55 Rose Martin | 02:07 Alexa Wilson | 02:35 Rose Martin | 03:40 Tru Paraha | 04:08 Alison East | 05:14 Murray Edmond | 06:43 Carol Brown | 07:33 Alison East | 08:22 Alys Longley | 09:45 Loise Tu’u | 10:08 Rose Martin | 10:46 Carol Brown | 11:26 Louise Tu’u | 12:08 Alys Longley | 13:49 Alexa Wilson | 14:35 Mark Harvey | 14:58 Becca Wood | 16:54 Mark Harvey | 18:01 Tru Paraha | 18:44 Sally J Morgan | 20:50 Alexa Wilson | 21:58 Sean Curham | 23:10 Chris Braddock | 24:03 Alys Longley | 27:46 End
kaitiakitanga: guardianship, stewardship, trustee.
The lead researcher, Melissa Laing, has written an essay Negotiating an ethical commons of expression which explores the intersection between copyright, kaitiakitanga and the commons. It can be found in Melissa Laing (ed) 978-0-9864650-5-5 (Auckland: ST PAUL St Publishing) or downloaded here: (pdf of essays 220 kb)