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Title:Digitalni pirati in njihovo vedenje: primerjava med babyboom generacijo in generacijo Y
Authors:Mlakar, Špela (Author)
Selinšek, Aleksandra (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Mlakar_Spela_2020.pdf (697,06 KB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Digitalno piratstvo večina ljudi razume kot prenašanje raznih vsebin s spleta. S spleta se lahko prenašajo glasba, filmi, programska oprema ipd. Vprašanje pa je, koliko ljudi digitalno piratstvo dojema kot nelegalno oziroma nemoralno. Pri digitalnem piratstvu gre pravzaprav za nelegalno prenašanje vsebin, saj so s takšnim početjem kršene intelektualne pravice. Čeprav gre za kršitev določenih pravic, je digitalno piratstvo zelo razširjeno. Našo nalogo smo razdelili na dva dela – na teoretični ter empirični del. V prvem delu smo predstavili digitalno piratstvo, njegov razvoj, oblike in pravno ureditev. Nadalje smo se osredotočili na dejavnike, ki vplivajo na ilegalno prenašanje vsebin s spleta (tako na zaviralce kot motivatorje). Na koncu teoretičnega dela smo predstavili razširjenost digitalnega piratstva v svetu, Evropski uniji in Sloveniji ter vpliv, ki ga ima na filmsko, glasbeno in druge industrije. V empiričnem delu smo ugotavljali povezave med izbranimi dejavniki digitalnega piratstva in namenom ilegalnega prenašanja vsebin s spleta oziroma samo pogostostjo ravnanja. Dobro poznavanje motivatorjev in zaviralcev je namreč zelo pomembno pri vzpostavitvi učinkovitih protipiratskih ukrepov in zaščiti avtorskih pravic. Zanimale so nas tudi razlike med generacijo Y in babyboom generacijo.
Keywords:digitalno piratstvo, digitalni pirati, ilegalno prenašanje vsebin, dejavniki, generacija Y, babyboom generacija
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[Š. Mlakar]
Source:Maribor
UDC:004.738.5
COBISS_ID:25587971 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:VIRI1HKI
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Language:English
Title:Digital Pirates and Their Behaviour: Comparison between Baby Boom Generation and Generation Y
Abstract:Digital piracy is understood by most people as downloading of material such as music, films, and software from websites. The question is how many people perceive digital piracy as illegal or immoral. Digital piracy is, in essence, illegal downloading of material, as it infringes intellectual property rights. Even though it is a violation of certain rights, digital piracy is widespread. The thesis is divided into two parts - the theoretical part and the empirical part. In the first part, we presented digital piracy, its development, forms, and regulation. We further focused on the factors that influence illegal downloading of material from websites (both inhibitor factors and motivators). At the end of the theoretical part, we outlined the prevalence of digital piracy in the world, the European Union, and Slovenia, as well as the impact it has on the film, music and other industries. In the empirical part, we identified the correlation between selected factors of digital piracy and the purpose of illegal downloading of material from websites or the frequency of behaviour. A good knowledge of motivators and inhibitor factors is very important in establishing effective anti-piracy measures and protection of copyright. We were also interested in the differences between Generation Y and Baby Boomers.
Keywords:digital piracy, digital pirates, illegal downloading of material, factors, Generation Y, Baby Boomers


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