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Copyright: Open Access Statement

Culture Unbound is an Open Access journal, indicating that all its content is freely available to anyone with an internet connection. Furthermore we publish all our articles under a Creative Commons license that specify what a user can do with a document. Creative Commons licenses are not an alternative to copyright. They work alongside copyright and enable you to modify your copyright terms to best suit your needs. Culture Unbounduses a so called “Attribution Non-commercial” (CC BY-NC) license which allows users to distribute the work and to re-work it without the author's permission, but not for any commercial purposes and never without acknowledging the original author. Culture Unbound does not charge any publication fees from the authors. Authors are welcome to parallel publish their articles without embargo as long as they include a full reference to the original source.

Copyright for all manuscripts rests with the author(s). The editors reserve the right to edit manuscripts. Contributors are responsible for acquiring all permissions from the copyright owners for the use of quotations, illustrations, tables, etc. Each author must, before final publication fill, in a publishing agreement provided by LiU E-Press.

A cover letter for each submitted manuscript should confirm that all authors have agreed to the submission according to the conditions of Culture Unbound. The author/s should state if the manuscript has been previously published elsewhere or if it has been submitted to another publisher. While being processed by Culture Unbound, the manuscript should not be submitted to another publisher without informing the Culture Unbound editor. The author guarantees that no other publisher has copyright demands that prevent publishing in Culture Unbound.