This policy applies to pre-prints, post-prints, and the publisher’s version.
Definition (based on Sherpa/Romeo):
A pre-print is a work-in-process: a contribution not yet accepted, or perhaps even submitted, to the Socio Humanus, that you make available for comments and criticism from others.
A post-print is the version of your contribution after peer review and acceptance for the Socio Humanus, with revisions having been made.
The publisher’s version is the PDF file of your contribution as it appears in the Socio Humanus.
Socio Humanus encourages authors to post pre-prints and post-prints of their contributions in temporary locations, such as personal websites, until such time as the publisher’s version is available.
Authors may post publisher’s versions of their contributions to the repository of their home institution or other repositories they preferred as soon as those versions are available. When posting a publisher’s version, authors must follow the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Any use of Socio Humanus's content is at your own risk and the journal accepts no liability arising from such use. Content usage is bound to the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.