Open Access Policy

This journal provides open access to its content, based on the principle that offering the public free access to research contributes to a greater global exchange of knowledge.

To publish in AULA Revista de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, the author(s) must sign the Non-Exclusive Distribution License, which allows them to retain all their copyrights but grants permission for Universidad Nacional Pedro Henríquez Ureña to publish and archive their work in the journal and make it available for reproduction and dissemination in open access. Works with multiple authors require the consent of all authors for archiving and dissemination in RI-UNPHU.

The Non-Exclusive Distribution License grants the following permissions:


Plagiarism Policy

AULA Revista de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales is committed to respecting and upholding the integrity of published articles. Accordingly, any texts identified as plagiarized, self-plagiarized, or containing fraudulent content will be immediately excluded from the evaluation process.

Articles submitted to AULA Revista de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales are reviewed using the plagiarism detection tool Turnitin.


File Preservation

The digital preservation and restoration of the journal's archives are carried out automatically through scheduled snapshots using Google Cloud Console Services. The general rule of Weekly Backup is employed, and the copies are stored on an international cloud server. They are also available in the Institutional Repository RI-UNPHU, accessible at: http://repositorio.unphu.edu.do/


Conflict of Interest

In accordance with the Conflict of Interest section of the Publication Guidelines of AULA Revista de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, it is necessary to disclose in writing any existing relationship between the authors of the article and any public or private entity from which a potential conflict of interest may arise.

A potential conflict of interest may arise from various types of past or present relationships, such as employment, consulting work, investment, research funding, family relationships, and others, which could unintentionally bias the work of the authors of this article.



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