Reyman argues that the rhetoric of the digital copyright debate namely the rhetorical positioning of technology as destructive to creative and intellectual production has profound implications for the future of digital culture. Through an analysis of the competing rhetorical frameworks about copyright regulation in a digital age this book shows how the stories told by active parties in the debate shape our cultural understanding of what is and is not acceptable in the use of copyrighted works on digital networks. The rhetoric of intellectual property copyright law and the regulation of digital culture routledge studies in rhetoric and communication by jessica reyman and a . This book offers to newcomers and seasoned intellectual property scholars alike an in depth discussion of the power of rhetoric in shaping a debate over copyright law that has profound implications for authorship textual ownership and writing in a digital age. Routledge studies in rhetoric and communication this series is our home for cutting edge scholarly studies and edited collections in the fields of rhetoric and writing studies interdisciplinary in approaches these titles are characterized by dynamic interventions into established subjects and innovative studies on emerging topics
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