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If your article makes use of any previously published material (including figures/diagrams, or short extracts, or content taken from websites), then written permission should be requested by the authors from the copyright holder who is usually the publisher (for material taken from journal or proceedings articles), website owner/company (for material taken from websites) or the author or their employer (if the work is unpublished). Some publishers will also require that you seek the permission of the original author (you will need to check the terms of the publisher’s permission).
Permission is required when:
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Substantial extracts from anyone's works or a series of works.
Use of Tables, Graphs, Charts, Schemes and Artworks if they are unaltered or slightly modified. Photographs for which you do not hold copyright.
Permission is not required when:
Reconstruction of your own table with data already published elsewhere. Please notice that in this case you must cite the source of the data in the form of either "Data from..." or "Adapted from...".
Reasonably short quotes are considered fair use and therefore do not require permission but need referencing.
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The material is available under one of the Creative Commons licences which allow commercial reuse and suits the purpose for which you want to reuse the content.
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In order to avoid unnecessary delays in the publication process, you should start obtaining permissions as early as possible. If in any doubt about the copyright, apply for permission. JBRHA cannot publish material from other publications without permission.
The copyright holder may give you instructions on the form of acknowledgment to be followed; otherwise follow the style: "Reproduced with permission from [author], [book/journal title]; published by [publisher], [year]." at the end of the caption of the Table, Figure or Scheme.
Authors may share their work ahead of submission to a peer-reviewed journal, as well as during the JBRHA review process, on repositories or preprint servers (such as arXiv, PeerJ Preprints, OSF, and others), provided that the server imposes no restrictions upon the author's full copyright and re-use rights.
5. Conferences, Proceedings, and Abstracts
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• Seek permission for reuse of the published conference paper if the author does not hold the copyright (proof of permission should be submitted as supplementary material or sent to editorial office).
• Cite the conference in the references section if applicable.
Updated on 21 July 2022