Have you ever felt that an expressed idea of yours was “borrowed” by someone else, and you weren’t given the proper credit? Or conversely, that something you received credit for couldn’t have happened without the hard work of someone else? How did you deal with this situation, and what you think as you reflect back was the fairest way to resolve the issue? How does this question relate to the Led Zeppelin case?

While I possibly have some experience with giving away my ideas, I have never experienced the feeling of being so overwhelmed by it to confront the person who borrowed it. However, I know a person whose hard work was once appropriated by someone else. This person did not request to be credited out of fear of being rude. However, in my opinion, he deserved to ask for recognition. Directly confronting the person who took your idea and discussing the problem is the fairest way to resolve the issue. The Led Zeppelin case is an example of waiting to the point when both sides of the conflict cannot recall its details.

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Academic.Tips. 2021. "Have you ever felt that an expressed idea of yours was "borrowed" by someone else, and you weren't given the proper credit? Or conversely, that something you received credit for couldn't have happened without the hard work of someone else? How did you deal with this situation, and what you think as you reflect back was the fairest way to resolve the issue? How does this question relate to the Led Zeppelin case?" June 11, 2021. https://academic.tips/question/have-you-ever-felt-that-an-expressed-idea-of-yours-was-borrowed-by-someone-else-and-you-werent-given-the-proper-credit-or-conversely-that-something-you-received-credit-for-couldnt-have-happ/.

1. Academic.Tips. "Have you ever felt that an expressed idea of yours was "borrowed" by someone else, and you weren't given the proper credit? Or conversely, that something you received credit for couldn't have happened without the hard work of someone else? How did you deal with this situation, and what you think as you reflect back was the fairest way to resolve the issue? How does this question relate to the Led Zeppelin case?" June 11, 2021. https://academic.tips/question/have-you-ever-felt-that-an-expressed-idea-of-yours-was-borrowed-by-someone-else-and-you-werent-given-the-proper-credit-or-conversely-that-something-you-received-credit-for-couldnt-have-happ/.


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Academic.Tips. "Have you ever felt that an expressed idea of yours was "borrowed" by someone else, and you weren't given the proper credit? Or conversely, that something you received credit for couldn't have happened without the hard work of someone else? How did you deal with this situation, and what you think as you reflect back was the fairest way to resolve the issue? How does this question relate to the Led Zeppelin case?" June 11, 2021. https://academic.tips/question/have-you-ever-felt-that-an-expressed-idea-of-yours-was-borrowed-by-someone-else-and-you-werent-given-the-proper-credit-or-conversely-that-something-you-received-credit-for-couldnt-have-happ/.

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"Have you ever felt that an expressed idea of yours was "borrowed" by someone else, and you weren't given the proper credit? Or conversely, that something you received credit for couldn't have happened without the hard work of someone else? How did you deal with this situation, and what you think as you reflect back was the fairest way to resolve the issue? How does this question relate to the Led Zeppelin case?" Academic.Tips, 11 June 2021, academic.tips/question/have-you-ever-felt-that-an-expressed-idea-of-yours-was-borrowed-by-someone-else-and-you-werent-given-the-proper-credit-or-conversely-that-something-you-received-credit-for-couldnt-have-happ/.

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