Copyright Regulations

Submitting the manuscript to the journal "Current issues of mass communication" implies the consent of the author (s) to publish the article in printed and electronic versions of this journal, to transfer to the journal of the relevant copyright. The author (s) warrants that the submitted manuscript does not violate any other party's copyrights or other rights.

After the manuscript is approved for publication by the editor-in-chief, it proceeds to production with notification to the author. To do this, each author or co-author of the approved article signs an agreement with the journal's founder and pays for services (see the tab "Payment for publication" in the section "About us"). We emphasize that this payment does not affect the editor-in-chief's decision to accept the article for publication. It is presented to the authors only if and after making the decision on approval for publication.

Authors published in this journal agree to the following terms:

  1. Authors reserve the right to author their work and transfer the right to first publish this work under the CC BY 4.0 license, which allows others to freely distribute the published work with mandatory reference to the authors of the original work and the first publication in this journal.
  2. Authors have the right to enter into additional independent agreements on the non-exclusive distribution of the work in the form in which it was published in this journal (for example, to place the work in the electronic repository or publish within a monograph), in case of providing the reference to the first publication in this journal.
  3. The journal's policy allows and encourages authors to post manuscripts on the Internet (for example, in repositories or on personal websites) both before submitting a manuscript and during its editorial processing. Since it promotes productive scientific discussion and positively impacts the efficiency and citing dynamics of published work.