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publisher.contactKalivodová, Andrea
publisher.nameInstitute of ethnology and social athropology SASen_US
publisher.addressKlemensova 19, Bratislavaen_US
publisher.programIn line with the National Open Science Strategy and the SAS Strategy 2020 (from 2019), the IESA SAS implements the Open Science institutional policy, i.e., a policy of open access to research results. This enables end users to have unlimited on-line access to scientific information free of charge and without infringing the author’s rights. Open-access publications by the Institute of Ethnology and Social Anthropology SAS are published with the Creative Commons licence. Publications which have not been published under the open-access regime, are publicly available on the Institute’s website in electronic form one year after their publishing in printed form. Publications indexed with the DOI identifier, which ensures unique identification of a digital object, is constant, and provides a permanent reference to the document.en_US
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publisher.peerreviewpolicyThe scientific publications published by the IESA SAS undergo a standard peer-review procedure: • Each scientific manuscript must be reviewed by at least two independent reviewers; • Reviewers must not be in a conflict of interest, must not be from the same workplace as the author, or to otherwise closely cooperate with the author; • Reviewers must work in the given field, and have at least a tertiary level of university studies completed (an exception from these two principles may apply in the case of a narrow focus of the publication; the reviewer must have at least a PhD degree); • Reviewers should write their reviews as detailed as possible, using a factual, professional style; • Reviewers should evaluate the author’s work with literature (domestic and foreign), the complexity and topicality of used literature, and draw attention to literature that has not been considered in the manuscript; • Reviewers must also consider the stylistic and linguistic level of the submitted work. The review report must be primarily a clear statement by the reviewer about the justification of publishing of the reviewed work. This opinion should always be included in the final part of the review. The basic criterion for such statement should be the professional quality of the work. When reviewing a scientific monograph, the reviewer evaluates the author’s contribution to the development of the scientific discipline and examines whether the author builds on his/her own scientific research and elaborates on the topic to the necessary depth and in an original manner. Once the manuscript is reviewed, the author receives the peer-reviewed manuscript in order to incorporate any comments. If the author does not agree with any of the reviewer’s opinions, s/he should state the reasons for his/her disagreement in writing. In the concluding part of the review report, the reviewer is expected to state whether s/he: • recommends the manuscript to be published without reservations; • recommends the manuscript to be published with a reservation (in this case, a detailed specification is necessary; the reviewer would indicate whether his/her comments have been considered by the author and whether s/he recommends the manuscript to be published without reservations); • does not recommend the manuscript to be published. Positive reviews are a prerequisite for granting an imprimatur for publishing. In the publication, the reviewers’ names are indicated in the imprint or on any of the introductory pages.en_US

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