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au·thor·ship
[aw-ther-ship]
NOUN
1.
origin, especially with reference to an author, creator, producer, etc., of a work: establishing the authorship of early medieval manuscripts.
2.
the occupation or career of writing books, articles, etc.
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Academic authorship - Wikipedia

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Academic authorship of journal articles, books, and other original works is a means by which academics communicate the results of their scholarly work, ...

Authorship | Definition of Authorship by Merriam-Webster

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Define authorship: the identity of the person who has written something — authorship in a sentence.

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Authorship confers credit and has important academic, social, and financial implications. Authorship also implies responsibility and accountability for published ...

Authorship | Define Authorship at Dictionary.com

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Authorship definition, origin, especially with reference to an author, creator, producer, etc., of a work: establishing the authorship of early medieval manuscripts.

Authorship - definition of authorship by The Free Dictionary

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Define authorship. authorship synonyms, authorship pronunciation, authorship translation, English dictionary definition of authorship. n. 1. The act, fact, or ...

Authorship - Elsevier Publishing Campus

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FACTSHEET. Authorship. Naming authors on a scientific paper ensures that the appropriate individuals get credit, and are accountable, for the research.

authorship - definition of authorship in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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1[mass noun] The state or fact of being the writer of a book, article, or document or the creator of a work of art: 'the single authorship of the book gives it a ...

authorship - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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If you write something, you are engaged in authorship. If you want a fancy way of asking "Who wrote that letter?" — try, "Who is responsible for the authorship of ...