Intellectual Property

In order to guarantee the originality and relevance of published material, it is understood that, by submitting a text, the authors commit to giving Resonancias priority over its publication. Non-compliance may lead to the submission’s elimination from the peer-review or editing process.

All material published in Resonancias (website and printed journal) falls under the Creative Commons 4.0 license, “Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives”. This means that said material can be distributed, copied and displayed by third parties, provided that appropriate credit is given and that it is not used for commercial purposes or to produce derivative material [1].

The authors who publish in Resonancias will retain their work's copyrights and agree to grant the journal the right of first publication.

In consideration of the licensing terms applied to published material, authors as well as third parties are advised to notify the editorial team regarding any relevant matters concerning the reproduction of material originally published in the journal.


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