Section Policy: Editorial

Once the articles are accepted, they are integrated into an issue called: Scientia et PRAXIS complete journal with volume and number according to the year. The Editor-in-Chief makes a brief description of each one of the articles, encouraging readers and potential authors to collaborate in the journal. Finally, the Associated Editor and the Copy Editor supervise and confirm compliance with the editorial policy.

-Editorial Policy-
Scientia et PRAXIS has described its editorial policy based on a privacy statement of the authors' data and the Creative Commons criteria, which favor the global exchange of knowledge that does not imply a monetary cost for the authors in their access documents once accepted and published. In addition, it follows a strict similarity policy of no more than 20% of the content of the articles, as well as a permanent member of Crossref, which assigns a Digital Object Identifier (DOI, Digital Object Identifier) ​​to each of the published works, facilitating linkage in their appointments. On the other hand, Scientia et PRAXIS promotes that each article be encoded in formats that allow the digital preservation of information under the LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) licenses.
Scientia et PRAXIS is against any discriminatory expression of race or gender or hates messages within its content.