Copyright and Publishing Rights



All original content published in the Cosmic Journal of Social Sciences (CJSS) is protected by copyright. This means that the copyright holder has the exclusive right to reproduce, distribute, perform, display, or create derivative works from the copyrighted material.

Publishing Rights

When you publish an article in the CJSS, you transfer the copyright of your article to the journal. This means that the CJSS has the right to publish your article in print and online, and to distribute it to its subscribers and other readers.

Author Rights

Even though the CJSS holds the copyright to your article, you retain certain rights as the author. These rights include the right to:

  • Make copies of your article for personal use or for teaching purposes.
  • Post your article on your personal website or blog, as long as you include a link back to the CJSS.
  • Use your article in other works that you write, such as a book or dissertation.

Copyright and Publishing Rights for Special Issues

If you are the guest editor of a special issue of the CJSS, you will retain the copyright to your own contributions to the issue. However, the CJSS will have the right to publish the entire issue in print and online, and to distribute it to its subscribers and other readers.

Contacting the CJSS

If you have any questions about copyright or publishing rights for the CJSS, please contact the journal editor.

Additional Notes

  • It is important to note that the CJSS may have different copyright and publishing rights policies for different types of content, such as book reviews and editorials. Please consult the journal's website for more information.
  • If you are unsure about your copyright or publishing rights, it is always best to err on the side of caution and contact the journal editor for clarification.