Copyright and open access policy

Open access to published research papers
“Family Upbringing” is an Open Access journal, which means that all content is subject to free access without any payment by users or the institutions they represent.
Users are entitled to read, download, copy, distribute, print, or link to full-text versions of articles without first obtaining permission from the publisher or author. This entitlement is by the definition of Open Access formulated by BOAI (Budapest Open Access Initiative) and Polish copyright law (Act of 4 February 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights, Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland 1994 no. 24 item 83 as amended).

Information about proprietary copyrights
The EDUsfera Academic Press holds proprietary (economic) copyright to the published content, based on agreements with article authors. Papers are published under the CC-BY-SA 4.0 licence (Attribution - Under the same conditions 4.0), which is expressed in the requirement to provide the author’s name and place of first publication in each case.

Information about the original version
The original version of the journal until 31.12.2022 remains the print version. From 01.01.2023, the electronic version will be the primary version.

Information on the storage of volumes of the journal “Family Upbringing” in case of discontinuation of further publishing activities
Printed copies of the journal “Family Upbringing” are sent to the National Library, as well as to other libraries by the Act of 7 November 1996 on Compulsory Library Copies (Journal of Laws 1996, No. 152, item 722, as amended) and the Ordinance of the Minister of Culture and Art of 6 March 1997 on the list of libraries entitled to receive compulsory copies of particular types of publications and the rules and procedures for their transfer (Journal of Laws 1997 .29.161 as amended).

The electronic version of published copies is transferred to the Digital Repository of the University of Wrocław and the National Repository Library, where a special data security system has been developed. The content published there will also be available in the event of the discontinuation of the journal “Family Upbringing”.
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