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Maris Kreizman argues for adding full credit pages to books acknowledging everyone who worked on them. “How lovely it is to be seen and appreciated.”

Discussion  2 comments

Jeremy Wallace

Was watching a documentary on Tubi (I think) and literally could not figure out how to watch the credits. Auto-starting of some other program covered 80% of the screen....

Joshua Neds-Fox

There's a movement toward this idea in scholarly publishing, with a whole standard, even, for acknowledging labor in metadata (CRediT, the Contributor Roles Taxonomy, https://credit.niso.org/). A small but growing subset academics are disillusioned with what's normalized as "vocational service" but increasingly feels like "unpaid labor."

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