co-authorship

co-authorship

n
the state a coauthor
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This is Ok: Co-authorship and mentoring are encouraged.
Then on the basis of the publication year, document type, keywords, co-authorship collaboration, and highly cited articles, variations were analyzed to explore the main trends in open strategy researches.
The co-authorship of a Tokyo-based academic (Lockley) and a 'historical adventure non-fiction' writer (Girard) is not without its problems, either.
Quoted are comments by historian Daniel Vachkov from the text "History of the External Government Debt of Bulgaria" - a publication published by the BNB in aa2006 in co-authorship with Martin Dimitrov and Tsvetana Todorova.
The first paper, Reading, writing and co-authorship in blogs, by Rachael Adlington and Susan Feez considers blogging among child bloggers as collaborative meaning making.
Tobias Tiangco, author of one of the bills proposing the reduction of age of criminal responsibility from the current, has withdrawn co-authorship of the consolidated bill that pegged the age limit at 12.
Braun et al (2006) in their study reported the characteristics of literature productivity, citation patterns, collaborative trends, authorship pattern, and co-authorship trends on Neurology in global level.
In the longest chapter (thirty pages), Metres discusses "documentary poetry" or its "overlapping practices" ("investigative poetics" or "social poetics") in which the poet becomes "alternative historian, detective, philosopher, radical text-worker, etc." Another essay of this kind is about what Metres calls "lang/scapes" where "words [are] sutured into landscape." Another essay elucidates a "disembodied poetics" that removes the poet entirely as embodied speaker (as in slam and performance poetry, for example), instead inviting other bodies into "an active and changing multidimensionality" of co-authorship.
The script was written in co-authorship with Rebecca Lenkiewicz (screenwriter of the film Ida) and based on the book by British writer Naomi Alderman.
Writing this book together, our first effort at co-authorship, was a long and complex process, but also mutually enlightening, as we made discoveries and found new approaches that neither of us would ever have achieved on our own.
Recent publication: "Suicide Attempts in Spain According to Prehospital Healthcare Emergency Records," (in co-authorship).