Jack Bishop's "Who Are the Pirates" Book Review by Master Researcher

Jack Bishop's "Who Are the Pirates"
A critical analysis of Jack Bishop's book "Who are the Pirates? The Politics of Piracy, Poverty, and Greed in a Globalized Music Market".
# 88512 | 1,125 words | 4 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Business (Industries) , Law (Property) , Music Studies (General)


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This paper examines and analyzes Jack Bishop's book about piracy in the music industry. The paper explains that Bishop's book, "Who are the Pirates? The Politics of Piracy, Poverty, and Greed in a Globalized Music Market", tells us what piracy is, how it affects music artists and whether it hurts record companies. The paper also examines Bishop's discussion on why it was inevitable that piracy would become a problem in the music industry.

From the Paper:

"What is piracy? How does it affect music artists? Does it hurt record companies? Jack Bishop in "Who Are the Pirates? The Politics of Piracy, Poverty, and Greed in a Globalized Music Market" discuses these questions and why record companies such as Sony, BMG, and Warner are already taking advantage of the consumer so naturally piracy is going to be a problem. Many people in foreign countries cannot afford to pay $15.00 or more for a CD of their favorite recording artist. Jack Bishop discusses how piracy is a problem in many countries and how it will continue to be a serious problem due to the tactics that record companies use in charging high prices. Bishop shows how most of..."

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