Journal of Oceania Asia Studies

Copyright Statement

The Journal of Oceania Asia Studies is committed to upholding the rights of authors and protecting the intellectual property of published research articles. This Copyright Statement outlines the rights and responsibilities of authors, readers, and the journal in relation to the content published in our journal.

Rights of Authors:

Authors retain copyright of their work published in the Journal of Oceania Asia Studies. By submitting their manuscript for publication, authors grant the journal a non-exclusive license to publish, distribute, and archive the article in digital and print formats. Authors also grant readers the right to access, download, copy, distribute, and reuse the published article for non-commercial purposes, provided proper attribution is given to the author(s) and the journal.

Use of Published Content:

Readers are permitted to access and use the content published in the Oceanian Journal of Life Sciences for personal, educational, or research purposes, in accordance with applicable copyright laws and fair use guidelines. This includes downloading, printing, and sharing articles with colleagues, students, and peers, as long as proper attribution is given to the author(s) and the journal. Commercial use, distribution, or reproduction of published content without permission from the copyright holder is prohibited.

Permissions and Reuse:

For any use of published content beyond what is permitted under copyright law or fair use guidelines, readers must seek permission from the copyright holder, typically the author(s) or the journal. Requests for permissions, reprints, or republication of articles should be directed to the Journal of Oceania Asia Studies editorial office at Reuse of content may be subject to additional fees or licensing agreements, depending on the nature and scope of the intended use.

Attribution and Citation:

Proper attribution should be given to the author(s) and the Journal of Oceania Asia Studies when citing or reproducing published content. This includes providing the article title, author(s) name(s), journal name, volume, issue, page numbers, and publication year. Citation formats may vary depending on the style guide or citation management system used, but should always include accurate and complete bibliographic information to facilitate proper recognition of the original work.

Copyright Infringement:

The Journal of Oceania Asia Studies takes copyright infringement seriously and will investigate any allegations of unauthorized use or reproduction of published content. If you believe that your copyright has been infringed upon, please contact us at with details of the alleged infringement, and we will take appropriate action in accordance with our Copyright Policy.

Contact Us:

If you have any questions or concerns about copyright or permissions related to content published in the Journal of Oceania Asia Studies, please contact us at We are committed to protecting the rights of authors and ensuring compliance with copyright laws and best practices in scholarly publishing.