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Copyright and Artistic Works in Canada: Toward a Theory of Aesthetic Judicial Judgements

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Title: Copyright and Artistic Works in Canada: Toward a Theory of Aesthetic Judicial Judgements
Author: Hayes, Melanie
Department: Department of History
Program: Art History and Visual Culture
Advisor: Susan, Douglas
Abstract: This thesis explores the boundaries of copyright case law pertaining to artistic works in order to begin working toward a theory of aesthetic judicial judgements pertaining to artistic works in the Canadian context. The research focuses on the historic status of artistic works in copyright case law, and considers decisions made following the 2012 amendments to the Copyright Act. 
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/8868
Date: 2015-04
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Canada


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