Acceptance of originality
Received collaborations must be unpublished and original, whose themes are focused on areas of communication sciences. Material will be subjected to a peer process (double blind) for approval and subsequent publication.
If similarity or literal reproduction of the work is found in other preceding publications, the permanent exclusion of the author in the successive calls and editions of the journal will be proceeded.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides its contents in open access and full text, under the principle that allowing free access to the results of the research has an impact on a greater exchange of knowledge on a global level.
All articles accepted and published in Correspondencias & Análisis are distributed free of charge under the terms of the Creative Commons NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 international license (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0).
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0).
Arbitration system: Peer evaluation
Authors are informed, in a timely manner, the submission of the article through Open Journal System (OJS) or E-mail.
In first instance, Scientific Committee, considering the subject matter, the form and relevance of papers (10 calendar days), evaluates the received manuscripts. If these do not match the criteria required by the Journal, manuscripts will not be able to continue the editorial process. On the other hand, if manuscripts meet the requirements, these continue the evaluation process.
In second instance, papers are sent to two external reviewers, considered experts in the subject, having a maximum of 30 days to submit their reports, by means of a paper evaluation format. This evaluation is carried out under the modality of pairs (peer-review). Reviewers received the paper without the identity of the authors or any other data referring to them. If there is no coherence between the reviews, a third evaluation is made, following the same peer-review evaluation. Reviewers will carry out their work under the criteria of confidentiality and impartiality.
In third instance, completing the evaluation, the author receives a reviewers report, which indicate verbatim the observations, comments and suggestions about the text. This evaluation is forwarded with one of the following notifications: a) Approved, b) Recommended with punctual changes, c) Conditioned or d) Rejected. In cases the article is approved with modifications, the author receives suggestions and comments made by reviewers and has 15 days (from the delivery of the report) to make the adjustments and sending the text to editor, attaching a report detailing the corrections.
Editorial Committee verifies the incorporation of adjustments in the text and can sends it back to reviewers for its respective verification. The final decision on the publication is subject to the conformity of reviewers and Editorial Committee. Finally, paper is reviewed by copy-editor. After the edition, the text is sent to the author for conformity within the indicated period (10 days), specifying if there is any change.
If authors do not agree with reviewers’ criteria, they can make the necessary clarifications and justification and then send the text back to the reviewers for final evaluation. Journal reserves the right to edit texts without changing its meaning.
Contents of texts, tables, figures and images included in papers are exclusive responsibility of authors. The paper does not necessarily reflect the viewpoint of Editorial Committee. Acceptance does not imply immediate publication. Journal reserves the rights on publication dates.
This journal uses the LOCKSS system to create a storage system distributed among the participating libraries and allows the creation of permanent files in the journal for conservation and restoration purposes.
Correspondencias & Análisis annually publishes two issues a year.
Item processing charges (APCs)
Articles published in this journal have no cost of filing, processing or publication for authors.
The rate is 60% of items per number.
Correspondencias & Análisis follows the copyright law, by Legislative Decree N° 822 (April 23, 1996), in order to safeguard the intellectual property of authors of manuscripts exposed to arbitration.
The research institute verifies the originality of the articles published and has a policy of antiplagiarism that sails so that all the research works are unpublished. In this sense, the use of Turnitin software allows to check inappropriate citations or plagiarism when compared with one of the world’s widest academic databases, with the aim of ensuring transparency in information and originality of all manuscripts. Therefore, Authors must examine his manuscript in detail, in order to avoid plagiarism and strengthen academic integrity.
If 20% of similarity is identified in another journal (published previously), editorial Committee will send a written message to the author or authors and give a prudent period of 20 calendar days, to respond the situation and assume the respective legal responsibility, which imply the non-publication of the text.
Policies for sanctioning inappropriate behaviors
Inappropriate behaviors: data falsification, data manipulation of results, indiscriminate use of self-quotations and unjustified authorship. If any of these bad practices are found in any manuscript, editorial committee will evaluate the case according to the type of foul.
The names and addresses of email will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be available for any other purpose or another person.
Conflicts of interest
Authors should indicate in the manuscript in detail if there is any conflict of interest to be subjected to evaluation. Conflicts of interest can be moral, economic, labor or research.
Correspondencias & Análisis subscribes an ethical commitment of all the actors involved in the management and publication of articles: editorial committee, authors and reviewers, following the guidelines established by Code of Conduct and Best Practices Guidelines for Journals Editors (Committee on Publication Ethics, COPE), as well as the Code of Ethics for Research (University of San Martín de Porres, USMP).
Authors should indicate in methodology section that all procedures in data collection conducted with participants (test, interviews, recordings, videos) have been performed after obtaining informed consent.