The articles of the Journal of Religion & Society are copyrighted and must be treated like any other published articles. Users may read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles for personal or academic purposes. All commercial uses for these articles must receive prior written authorization from the General Editor ( ).
Agreement between the Author and the Journal of Religion & Society (JRS).
Whereas the author has written an article (construed to include short notes, reviews, and any other material published in JRS) which the Author is sole owner of the contents thereof and of all right, title, and interest therein, it is agreed as follows:
The Author hereby assigns to JRS the right to publish and distribute the said article and to create derivative work from said article. The assignment shall be effective so long as JRS is available on computer networks. Consent to publish in this journal entails the author's irrevocable and exclusive authorization of JRS to collect any sums or considerations for copying or reproduction payable by third parties and/or to act in or out of court in connection therewith.
Style and Form of Publication
The Author's name shall appear at the beginning of the article (following the title) of said article when published.
Infringement of Copyright
The Author agrees to hold JRS harmless for any unauthorized use of the article subsequent to its publication by JRS in an electronic or other medium. Any distribution of said article without attribution of author and/or for commercial purposes by subscribers to JRS or others who obtain copies of it from the network or by any other means shall constitute an infringement of the Author's copyright.
Certain Right Reserved to Author
The Author shall remain the sole owner of the copyright in said article. The author may publish the article in any other journal or medium but such publication must include notice that the article was first published by JRS.