[Corpora-List] (no subject)

fatima zuhra fateeshah at yahoo.com
Tue May 22 11:05:06 CEST 2012


Hi all, If someone is assigned a research project by some organization (who is paying money for that), can he/she use other's research work, data or methodology without the permission of the researcher? And moreover, claim it to be the developer teams' own work? Thanks. 

--- On Tue, 22/5/12, Mike Scott <mike at lexically.net> wrote:

From: Mike Scott <mike at lexically.net> Subject: Re: [Corpora-List] (no subject) To: corpora at uib.no Received: Tuesday, 22 May, 2012, 12:22 PM

IN my opinion, yes. If you make something public (publishing) you

cannot pick & choose who will use that idea or those data.

Similarly you cannot have back a gift once given.

Cheers -- Mike

On 22/05/2012 05:12, fatima zuhra wrote:

I want to ask a question. If some scholar's work is

published, can anyone use that work for a developmental

project without the scholar's permission? Even the

supervisor of the scholar?

-- Mike Scott

*** If you publish research which uses WordSmith, do let me know so I can include it at http://www.lexically.net/wordsmith/corpus_linguistics_links/papers_using_wordsmith.htm *** Aston University and Lexical Analysis Software Ltd. mike at lexically.net www.lexically.net

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