Seminar - The impact of music piracy on contemporary listening practices

Room 101
Alan Gilbert Building

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Amanda Krause

amanda.krause@unimelb.edu.au

Despite new business models based on access rather than ownership, music piracy remains widespread. Against a landscape in which the efficacy of anti-piracy efforts are questioned and people mix-and-match their use of different listening devices, Dr Steven Caldwell Brown (The University of Strathclyde, UK) adopts a psychological perspective to interrogate music piracy and listening practices. Discussion will focus on new collaborative research that explores people's use of different formats and why, from a psychological perspective, streaming services are likely to dominate in the future. Tuesday 12 December, 1.00pm - 2.00pm, Alan Gilbert, Room 101. To register please contact Amanda Krause. More information and registration: amanda.krause@unimelb.edu.au