Friday, 10 October 2014

What about book piracy? #2

In what appears to be the first article on book piracy post-digital revolution (there must be a few that slipped past me over the last few years), Nkiko (in press) discusses wide-ranging issues surrounding book piracy in Nigeria.

Proposing that: "it destroys creativity, denies the authors economic benefits, and makes publishing unproductive and unattractive", this is a nice addition to the literature on digital piracy to date in as much as it formally introduces book piracy into academic discussion.

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Nkiko, C. (in press). Book Piracy in Nigeria: Issues and Strategies. The Journal of Academic Librarianship.

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