Appropriation may refer to:

  • Appropriation (art)
    • Appropriation (music) in reference to the re-use and proliferation of different types of music
  • Appropriation (economics) origination of human ownership of previously unowned natural resources such as land
  • Appropriation (education)
  • Appropriation (law) as a component of government spending
  • Appropriation (sociology) in relation to the spread of knowledge
  • Cultural appropriation, the borrowing, or theft, of an element of cultural expression of one group by another
    • Reappropriation, use of a negative word or object by a member of the offended group, with a sense of pride.
  • The personality rights tort of appropriation, one form of invasion of privacy
  • Appropriation (By Any Other Name), by The Long Blondes (2005)

Other articles related to "appropriation, appropriations":

Combet V Commonwealth - Arguments
... the constitution forbids the drawing of money from the commonwealth except under “appropriation made by law” ... The appropriation made by law is created through the annual passing of the Appropriation Act which appropriates “money out of the Consolidated Revenue ... Relations system was appropriated by Schedule 1 of the Appropriation Act (No ...
Theatrical Adaptation
... Appropriation in the arts By field Music Appropriation Contrafact Cover version Interpolation List of musical medleys Music mashup Musical plagiarism Musical quotation Parody ...
List Of Statutes Of New Zealand (2008–present) - 2010
... Appropriation (2008/09 Financial Review) Act 2010 Appropriation (2009/10 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2010 Appropriation (2010/11 Estimates) Act 2010 Canterbury Earthquake Response and ...
Swipe (comics) - Appropriation
... Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein made a splash in the 1960s with his "appropriations" based on the work of Kirby, Russ Heath, Tony Abruzzo, Irv Novick, John Romita, Sr ...