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Title International Copyright Law and Access to Education in Developing Countries : Exploring Multilateral Legal and Quasi-Legal Solutions.
Imprint Leiden : BRILL, 2012.

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Description 1 online resource (255 pages)
Series Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.
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Subject Copyright -- Developing countries.
Copyright, International.
Educational assistance -- Developing countries.
Educational law and legislation -- Developing countries.
Developing countries.
Contents International Copyright Law and Access to Education in Developing Countries; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations Used; General Introduction; Definition of the Problem and Objectives; Structure of the Research; Chapter 1: A Short Primer on Copyright; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. What Are Intellectual Property Rights?; 1.3. Intellectual Property and Development in General; 1.4. Historical Development of Copyright Protection: A Brief Survey.
1.5. Development of Multilateral Protection of Copyright: Copyright Law Becomes a Means to Protect One Country's Works in Another Country1.6. Purpose of International Copyright Protection; 1.7. Rights Conferred by a Copyright; 1.7.1. Reproduction Right; 1.7.2. Translation Right; 1.7.3. Distribution Right; 1.8. Conclusions; Chapter 2: Special Access Needs of Developing Countries and the Impact of Copyright on Access to Education; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Understanding the Pertinent Elements of Education; 2.2.1. Aims and Objectives of Education; 2.2.2. Essential Features of Education.
2.3. The Role of Copyright As an Access Barrier to Education in Developing Countries2.4. Understanding the Special Access Needs of Developing Countries; 2.5. Why Developing Countries Need Bulk Access to Printed Copyrighted Material; 2.6. Conclusion; Chapter 3: The Effect of Limitations on and Specific Exceptions to Copyright on Access to Education in Developing Countries; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Limitations on Copyright Protection Do Not Promote Access to Educational Materials in Developing Countries; 3.2.1. Creativity or Originality Requirement; 3.2.2. Fixation Requirement.
3.2.3. Usefulness of Limitations on Copyright Protection for Access to Education in Developing Countries3.3. Limitations on Rights Conferred by a Copyright: Genera; 3.4. Specific Exceptions to the Rights of Reproduction and Translation Relating to Education; 3.4.1. Quotations; 3.4.1.1. Lawfully Made Available to the Public; 3.4.1.2. Compatible with Fair Practice; 3.4.1.3. Must Not Exceed That Justified by the Purpose; 3.4.2. Utilization of a Work by Way of Illustration in Teaching; 3.4.2.1. The Meaning of "Illustration in Teaching."
3.4.2.2. Use Must Not Exceed the Extent Justified by the Purpose3.4.2.3. Compatible with Fair Practice; 3.4.3. Conclusions on Effect of Specific Exceptions and Limitations on Access to Education in Developing Countries; Chapter 4: Impact of the Three-Step Test under the Berne Convention and the Trips Agreement on Access to Education in Developing Countries; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. The Introduction of General Exception to Copyright in International Copyright Law; 4.2. National Limitations at the Time of the Stockholm Conference; 4.3. The Nature of the Three-Step Test.
Summary In International Copyright Law and Access to Education in Developing Countries: Exploring Multilateral Legal and Quasi-Legal Solutions, Susan Isiko Štrba demonstrates the challenge of access to printed copyrighted educational and research materials in developing countries and proposes institutional and normative solutions at national and international levels.
Other Title Print version: 9789004228993