Copyright Law and Computer Programs
The Role of Communication in Legal Structure
First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction; Part I Copyright System as Legal Structure; Chapter 2 Law as a Process of Structuration; Chapter 3 Structural Rules and Resources in Copyright System; Chapter 4 The Process of Research; Part II The Dynamics of Structural Change; Chapter 5 Computer Program Copyright Cases; Chapter 6 Interplay of Actors, Resources, and Court Decisions; Chapter 7 Use of Structural Rules and Resources in Legal Arguments; Part III Process of Structuration in Copyright Cases; Chapter 8 Reassessing the Role of Communication; Chapter 9 Conclusion; epilogue EpiloguefigappI_1 The Process of Structuration Through Communicative Actions Coding Schemes for the Analysis of Arguments Appendix IV;