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オーラル・ヒストリーのための法律ガイド(第2版)

A Guide to Oral History and the Law

2ND

(Oxford Oral History)

Neuenschwander, John A.

Oxford Univ Pr 2014/10
149 p. forms ; 25 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780199342518
装丁違いISBN: 0190209879
KCN: 1021405414
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KDC: A301 歴史学理論・方法論
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Annotation

Thorough coverage of the most important legal issues involved in the practice of oral history.

Full Description

A Guide to Oral History and the Law is the definitive resource for all practitioners of oral history. In clear, accessible language it thoroughly explains the major legal issues that oral historians should be concerned about and offers helpful suggestions on how to put sound legal procedures in place.
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Table of Contents

Contents ; Preface ; A Note on Legal Terms ; The Use of State Cases ; The Use of Federal Cases ; Prevention Is the Key ; Acknowledgment ; Chapter 1 A Case Study ; Chapter 2 Legal Release Agreements ; Drafting Legal Release Agreements ; Deed of Gift Agreements ; Contractual Agreements ; Prefatory Language ; Future Use Clauses ; Transfer of Copyright ; Transfer of Copyright by Nonexclusive License ; Restricting, Sealing, and Masking Identity ; Exculpatory and Indemnity Clause ; Warranty Clauses ; Right of Publicity Clauses ; Legal Release Agreements for Interviewers ; IRB Modifi ed Agreements ; Legal Release Agreements for K-12 Projects ; Explaining Legal Release Agreements ; Conclusion ; Chapter 3 Compelled Release of Interviews: Subpoenas and FOIA Requests ; Oral History as Evidence ; Oral History and Discovery in Civil Cases ; Oral History and Discovery in Criminal Matters ; An Arson Investigation ; A Criminal Damage Investigation ; The Boston College Case ; Impact of the Boston College Case on Oral History? ; Is There an Archival Privilege? ; Informing Interviewees That Restrictions ; Are Not Absolutes ; Certifi cates of Confi dentiality ; Admissibility by Statute ; Special Hearings and Proceedings ; Freedom of Information Requests ; Conclusion ; Chapter 4 Defamation ; Republishers Beware ; The Elements of Defamation ; The Dead Cannot Be Defamed ; Statute of Limitations ; Organizations Also Have Reputations ; Public Figures Bear a Heavier Burden ; Negligence versus Actual Malice ; Limited-Purpose Public Figures ; Once a Public Figure Always a Public Figure ; Pure Opinion Is Not Defamatory, But ; The Major Categories of Defamation ; Professional Competency: A Special Concern ; Suggestions for Avoiding Defamation Lawsuits ; Chapter 5 Privacy Issues: The Stealth Torts ; False Light ; False Light versus Defamation ; Common False Light Claims ; Docudramas and Photographs ; Possible Links to Oral History ; Public Disclosure of Private Facts ; Disclosure of Private Facts in Public Records ; Passage of Time and Public Figures ; Possible Links to Oral History ; Right of Publicity ; Possible Links to Oral History ; Do the Dead Have a Right to Privacy? ; Conclusion ; Chapter 6 Copyright ; Copyright in Nonfiction Works ; Copyright Protection of Oral History: A Case Study ; Using Nonfi ction to Create Fiction ; Ownership ; Joint Works ; Works-Made-for-Hire ; The Five Exclusive Rights of Copyright ; Length of Copyright Protection ; Licenses and Transfers ; Fair Use of Interviews? ; Suggestions for Analyzing Potential Infringement ; Pre-Lawsuit Responses to Possible Infringement ; To Sue or Not to Sue? ; A Remedy for Infringement in Cyberspace ; Registration Status Is Crucial ; Selective Registration ; The Orphan Interview Problem ; Resources of the U.S. Copyright Office ; Copyright and the Federal Government ; Copyright Protection Elsewhere in the World ; How to Dispense with Copyright ; Chapter 7 Oral History and the Internet ; Legal and Ethical Authority to Upload ; Copyright and the Internet ; Protecting Copyright Online ; Click-Wrap Agreement Web Sites ; Notice Only Web Sites ; Free Access Web Sites ; Using a Creative Commons License ; The Privacy Torts Online ; Conclusion ; Chapter 8 Institutional Review Boards and ; Oral History ; Origins and Applications ; Trying to Redefine Research ; The IRB Mind-Set ; Exempting Oral History from IRB Review ; The Best Approaches to an IRB ; Conclusion ; Chapter 9 Is There a Duty to Report a Crime? ; Societal versus Legal Expectations ; Federal Misprision of Felony ; State Misprision of Felony ; Confession versus Accusation ; Legal Duty? ; Professional Ethics? ; Personal Ethics? ; Conclusion ; Appendix 1 Sample Legal Release Forms ; 1. Deed of Gift ; 2. Deed of Gift with Restrictions ; 3. Contractual Agreement ; 4. Contractual Agreement with Restrictions ; 5. Deed of Gift: Volunteer Interviewer ; 6. Deed of Gift: Independent Researcher ; 7. Deed of Gift: Interviewer as Joint Author ; 8. Deed of Gift: Next of Kin ; 9. IRB Consent Form ; 10. IRB Consent Form & Deed of Gift ; 11. Permission to Use: Middle & High School ; 12. Work-Made-for-Hire Agreement ; 13. Assignment of Copyright in a Work Intended as a Work-Made-for-Hire ; Appendix 2 Principles and Best Practices for Oral History ; Notes ; Suggestions for Further Reading ; Recommended Web Sites ; Index