Open social policy, management and publishing
1 OPEN ACCESS POLICY
Comunicación y Hombre magazine is published in Open Access and since 2019 belongs to DOAJ and works under the Creative Commons, Attibution-Non Comercial and International Recognition 4.0 (CC BY-NC 4.0) license This license allows others to intermingle , adjust and build from their work for non-commercial purposes, and although their new creations must acknowledge their authorship and cannot be used commercially, they do not have to be licensed under the same terms.
They can be copied, used, disseminated, transmitted and publicly exposed, complying with the following terms:
1.1 Cite the work appropriately, providing a link to the license, URL of the official website of Comunicación y Hombre magazine, in the number in which the work is published, specifying the name of the author / authors, magazine and publisher.
1.2 They will not be used for commercial purposes.
1.3 Others are permitted to intermix, adjust and build from their work for non-commercial purposes
2.1 Editing rights belong to the Francisco de Vitoria University and your permission is required for any reproduction. For this reason, the authors must sign an agreement and declaration of no conflict of interest. This is a necessary requirement for the publication of the article. In any case it will be necessary to indicate the origin of any total or partial reproduction.
2.2 The UFV retains the economic rights (copyright) of the published works, and favors and allows their reuse under the use license indicated in CREATIVE COMMONS
3.1 This magazine uses different national and international repositories where the publication is hosted: Thomson Reuters, Recyt, Redalic, E-lis, Dialnet, ProQuest, Digitalia, Casalini… The Arias Montano repository (University of Huelva) archives digitally and guarantees in turn indexing (http://rabida.uhu.es/dspace/indizado), counting on
European e-scientific infrastructure: Driver / Openaire. The “Communicate” handle (persistent URL, such as DOI) in Arias Montano allows statistical extraction of queries: http://rabida.uhu.es/dspace/handle/10272/610/statistics
3.2 Auto archive. Authors are allowed to reuse published works, that is, the post-print (or the final version after peer review or the publisher’s PDF version) can be archived for non-commercial purposes, including depositing them in institutional, thematic repositories or personal web pages. RoMEO color: blue.
Self-archive conditions collected in Dulcinea: www.accesoabierto.net/dulcinea/consulta.php?directorio=dulcinea&campo=ID&texto=1385
4 CODE OF ETHICS, COPE
The magazine Comunicación y Hombre adheres to the ethical criteria of COPE (Publications Ethics Committee) and postulates its membership. The Communication and Man code of ethics is addressed to editors, reviewers, authors and anyone related to the publication. (See specific section for more information.)
5 EDITORIAL PROCESS
The journal follows the editorial process of manuscript reception, first formal review and anti-plagiarism, (use of the Turniting tool), first admission by the journal’s publisher (30 days), double-blind peer review process (90 days), possible modifications by authors (15 days), spelling correction (15 days), layout (10 days). From its positive evaluation by the reviewers, the article will be considered accepted (a certificate may be requested); The author may start its dissemination through the link on the official website https://comunicacionyhombre.com, from its publication. Authors will receive all the reviewers’ reports anonymously.
The magazine does not have any kind of publication fees. In other words, it does not charge authors or their institutions a publication fee known as “article processing charge”, which is foreign to the author pay model or author side fee model, and to the of subscriptions. Communication and man therefore does not have any type of APCs (Article Processing Charges), being a magazine 100% subsidized by an academic institution.
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