Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. What is more, academic research as well as its dissemination and popularisation are financed from public funds, and therefore access to it should not entail any additional charges.
The Editorial Team adopted and applies the principles of publication ethics in accordance with COPE – Committee on Publication Ethics.
We make every effort to meet the highest ethical standards. In case of a suspected or discovered misconduct on the author's part – such as plagiarism, falsifying data or double publication, “ghostwriting” and “guest authorship” – the journal Editorial Team will address the author asking for explanation, and undertake steps appropriate in such situations, which might include rejecting of the article, possible refusal to publish further submissions by the same author, as well as notification of authorities at the author's institution.
All personal data, including contact data, submitted to the editorial team are used only for the needs of current operations of the journal and contact with the authors. It is not disclosed to third parties.
All rights to the articles remain with the authors. By submitting an article for publication, the author grants the editorial team of “View. Theories and Practices of Visual Culture” a one time, non-exclusive license for the publication of the text, as well as its translation into Polish, on the journal website. If the article is accepted for publication on the website, the author also grants permission for a one time publication of the article in an anthology publication of the journal.
If the journal “View” is the first place of publication of the article, the author is obliged to include that information in its following publications.
We encourage our authors to publish their articles under “Creative Commons” licenses.