Copyrights and Ethical Standards
The main purpose of the Qualitative Sociology Review is to foster development of science and to enhance human knowledge . Therefore, the journal and all published articles are a contribution to the contemporary social sciences. They are available without special permission to everyone who would like to use them for noncommercial, scientific, educational or other cognitive purposes. We ask to mention the journal as a source of used data, since this will support our conception of an open-access to scientific knowledge and the idea of integration through understanding of social world.
Making use of resources included in this journal for commercial or marketing aims requires a special permission from publisher. Possible commercial use of any published article will be consulted with the author beforehand.
It is forbidden to charge for access to this journal or to put any limitations on the accessibility of published papers.
The authors are responsible for obtaining the necessary permissions for publication of materials, which are protected by a copyrights owned by other persons.
Qualitative Sociology Review follows COPE guidelines and standards.
Qualitative Sociology Review is a member of
COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) , which define a set of recommended core practices applicable to all involved in publishing scholarly literature: editors and journal teams, publishers, and institutions. COPE offers advice to editors and publishers on all aspects of publication ethics and, in particular, how to handle cases of research and publication misconduct. COPE also provides a forum for members to discuss individual cases.
Should you have questions or would like to bring any issue to our attention, please contact us: email@example.com