Author Deposit Permission Policy

Ethnomusicology

 

In an effort to increase access to the scholarship of its members and colleagues, the Society for Ethnomusicology has established the following policy regarding authors’ deposit of their Ethnomusicology contributions (articles, reviews, notes, etc.) in personal websites and non-commercial repositories.

Definitions

These definitions are based on those on the SHERPA/RoMEO website (www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeoinfo.html).

This policy applies to pre-prints, post-prints, and the publisher’s version.

A pre-print is a work-in-progress—a contribution not yet accepted, or perhaps even submitted, to Ethnomusicology.

A post-print is the version of a contribution after peer review and acceptance by Ethnomusicology, with revisions completed.

The publisher’s version is the PDF file of a contribution as it appears in Ethnomusicology.

 

Policy

Author may post pre-print or post-print on a personal website, until 12 months after the publisher’s version appears in Ethnomusicology.

Author may deposit publisher’s version (PDF file) in a non-commercial repository 12 months after its publication in Ethnomusicology.

Author deposit of publisher’s version must include a link to the article in JSTOR.
Example: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5406/ethnomusicology.58.2.0185

Author must remove pre-print and post-print after depositing publisher’s version.

 

 

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