Social Inclusion is a quarterly peer-reviewed open access journal, which provides academics and policy-makers with a forum to discuss and promote a more socially inclusive society.

Open Access Journal | ISSN: 2183-2803

Focus and Scope

Social Inclusion is a peer-reviewed open access journal that provides academics and policy-makers with a forum to discuss and promote a more socially inclusive society. The journal encourages researchers to publish their results on topics concerning social and cultural cohesiveness, marginalized social groups, social stratification, minority–majority interaction, cultural diversity, national identity, and core-periphery relations, while making significant contributions to the understanding and enhancement of social inclusion worldwide.

Social Inclusion aims at being an interdisciplinary journal, covering a broad range of topics, such as immigration, poverty, education, minorities, disability, discrimination, and inequality, with a special focus on studies that discuss solutions, strategies, and models for social inclusion.

Social Inclusion invites contributions from a broad range of disciplinary backgrounds and specializations, inter alia sociology, political science, international relations, history, cultural studies, geography, media studies, educational studies, communication science, and language studies. We welcome conceptual analysis, historical perspectives, and investigations based on empirical findings, while accepting regular research articles, review articles, commentaries, and short notes.

 

Section Policies

Article

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Book Review

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Unchecked Peer Reviewed

Commentary

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Unchecked Peer Reviewed

Editorial

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Unchecked Peer Reviewed

Review

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Short Note

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

Manuscripts will undergo a stringent double-blind peer-review process, in which the identities of both authors and reviewers will remain undisclosed. All manuscripts will be sent out for review (the only exception being editorials, commentaries, and book reviews) and at least two review reports per manuscript must be collected. Reviewers will be carefully selected by the journal’s editorial staff for each submitted manuscript and must fulfill the following criteria:

  • Hold a PhD degree and/or be a recognized expert in the field;
  • Not have co-authored publications with the author(s) for the last 5 years;
  • Not be affiliated with the same institution as the author(s).

Even if, in principle, a double-blind peer-review process could allow this task to be performed by scholars acquainted with the authors, our preference is that review assignments be completed by reviewers who haven’t had, to the best of our knowledge, any recent professional contact with the authors. This should guarantee that there are no conflicts of interest and that reviews remain unbiased. Spontaneous applications from scholars to join the journal’s pool of reviewers will not be considered.

By default, reviewers will be asked to complete their review within two weeks, but reviewers needing more time to complete their assignment are welcome to request a deadline extension. More information about our peer-review process can be consulted in our instructions for reviewers.

 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

All of Cogitatio’s journals are open access, that is, they can be accessed free of charge by any reader, anywhere in the world, regardless of affiliation. This means that not only researchers backed by well-funded institutions, but also policy-makers, NGOs, journalists, practitioners, students, and an interested public have free access to the research articles. This increases the exposure gained by new works and allows them to be disseminated to a much wider audience than is possible through traditional subscription journals.

Open access publication also helps correct the information bias towards the developed world, where institutions are much more likely to have the resources to subscribe to journals than elsewhere. Cogitatio is committed to the democratisation of knowledge, and open access means that any researcher from any institution, anywhere in the world is able to access the full extent of our publications with no subscription fees.

Furthermore, unlike traditional journals, Cogitatio does not assume copyright for articles published through open access. This means that the authors retain the copyright to their own works and are free to distribute them as they wish. Once again, this allows authors to maximise the audience their works are able to reach, rather than tying them to a limited audience of subscribers.

 

Archiving

This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. More...

 

Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

Cogitatio is committed to enforcing the most rigorous publication ethics, and all parties involved in the publishing process of our journals (authors, editors, reviewers, and publisher) are expected to agree to the highest standards of ethical behavior.

Publisher’s Responsibilities

The publisher is committed to the highest ethical and transparent publishing principles and guarantees full integrity and professionalism in all its editorial processes. Cogitatio endorses the Code of Conduct established by the Committee on Publication Ethics (http://publicationethics.org) and has a zero-tolerance policy regarding plagiarism, fraudulent publication, and scientific misconduct. To verify the originality of all work published by Cogitatio, all submissions are screened using a plagiarism detection system before being sent out to reviewers. All cases of alleged unethical behavior are taken very seriously by the publisher and an investigation will be initiated in consultation with the authors, editors, and/or peer-reviewers, as appropriate. In cases of proven misconduct, the publisher, in collaboration with the editors, will take all appropriate measures to amend the situation and is willing to publish corrections, clarifications, retractions, and apologies when needed.

Editors’ Responsibilities

The academic editor, an independent expert with a highly reputable academic record, is responsible for ensuring the quality of the material published in the journal and maintaining the integrity of its academic record. The academic editor shall rely solely on the quality and merit of the article as a criterion for publication and act independently of the race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the authors. The academic editor also agrees not to disclose any information regarding submitted manuscripts to any other party or use any part of the content on their behalf.

Authors’ Responsibilities

Authors are responsible for submitting original work for publication that has not been previously published in English nor is it under consideration elsewhere. The authors confirm that their work is the result of proper and ethical research conduct, that all data in their article is real and authentic, and that the use of any other author’s work and/or words is duly cited or quoted. Authors shall guarantee that all those who have made significant contributions to the work are listed as co-authors, and to declare any potential acknowledgements and/or conflict of interests.

Reviewers’ Responsibilities

Reviewers are responsible for evaluating manuscripts, assisting the academic editor in making editorial decisions and improving the quality of the articles published in the journal. Reviewers shall conduct their assessment in a timely and objective manner, avoiding any personal or unsupported criticisms. Reviewers agree not to disclose any information regarding the manuscript to any other party or use any part of the content on their behalf. If they wish to suggest other potential reviewers or share the reviewing task with other colleagues they must inform the editorial staff before establishing contact with a third party.
 

Publication Fees

Original submissions must have a maximum length of 6,000 words. The article processing charge (APC) for each manuscript accepted for publication after peer-review is as follows:

  • Articles up to 8,000 words: EUR 950 (plus VAT if applicable)
  • Articles from 8,001 to 9,000 words: EUR 1050 (plus VAT if applicable)
  • Editorials, commentaries, and book reviews up to 2,000 words: Free of charge
  • Editorials, commentaries, and book reviews from 2,001 to 3,000 words: EUR 150 (plus VAT if applicable)

The word count consists of the following elements: title of the manuscript, headings and subheadings, abstract and keywords, main text, text in tables, and references list. You can use the “word count” dialog box in your software to know the number of words in the document.

The journal does not have any submission fees.

As an open access publisher, Cogitatio is committed to ensuring permanent and universal free access to all published articles, unlike closed-access journals, which limit their readership to those able to pay subscription fees. This means that Cogitatio does not receive any income from either subscriptions or article views/downloads. As publishing is not without its costs, the journal needs to offset all production costs through article processing charges. These charges are used to finance the whole publication and archiving process, including peer-review, editing, proof-reading and copy-editing, and hosting and maintenance of the journal archives. Without proper financing for such necessary expenses, the journal would be unable to provide the rigorous and professional service upon which we pride ourselves.

Here is a breakdown of how our APCs are used:

1. Journal operations (journal support, submission system, platform development): 15%
2. Journal publication (triaging, peer-review management, editorial assistance, copyediting, typesetting, proofreading, archiving): 52%
3. Marketing and communication (PR and marketing activities): 10%
4. General (management, business costs, taxes): 8%
5. Discounts and waivers: 10%
6. Surplus: 5%

Numerous universities and funding agencies already allocate funds to cover article processing charges, and authors are advised to check with their departments and libraries if funds are available to cover open access publication costs. Authors affiliated with institutions that have joined Cogitatio’s membership program can publish their articles totally free of charge.

Authors who demonstrate financial need and cannot afford the article processing charge can apply for a waiver during the abstract submission procedure (waiver requests during or after peer-review will not be considered). Requests will be assessed on a case-by-case basis and may be granted in cases of genuine need. Due to the numerous costs associated with open access publishing, Cogitatio can only accept to process a limited number of waived submissions per issue.

 

Institutional Memberships

Cogitatio’s Institutional Membership Programme is an affordable option that allows authors to freely publish in highly ranked open access journals.

The institution pays an annual flat fee and all articles that have a corresponding author from the institution are published completely free of charge (no APCs).

The annual flat fee is tiered according to the institution’s size and country’s Human Development Index, as a way of demonstrating a commitment to a more equitable publishing landscape, while keeping the costs very reasonable.

Institution FTE
(staff + students)
Country’s Human Development Index
Below .89Over .90
Up to 5,0001200 €1500 €
5,001–10,0001400 €1700 €
Over 10,0001600 €1900 €

The membership covers all journals issued by Cogitatio:

  • Media and Communication (12 issues/year)
  • Politics and Governance (12 issues/year)
  • Social Inclusion (12 issues/year)
  • Urban Planning (12 issues/year)

Institutions interested in joining Cogitatio's Institutional Membership program can contact us at [email protected]

The following institutions have joined Cogitatio’s Membership Program:

 

Australia

- Edith Cowan University: Edith Cowan University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 5 August 2017.

- University of Melbourne: The University of Melbourne covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 January 2022.

- University of Western Australia: The University of Western Australia covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 30 April 2021.

 

Austria

- University of Innsbruck: The University of Innsbruck covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 28 September 2020.

 

Belgium

- KU Leuven: KU Leuven covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 23 November 2020.

- Université libre de Bruxelles - Faculty of Architecture: The Faculty of Architecture at Université libre de Bruxelles covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 January 2020.

 

Canada

- Simon Fraser University: Simon Fraser University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 19 December 2018 and only applies to articles that meet the university's eligibility criteria - authors must contact the Simon Fraser University Library ([email protected]) in advance of submission.

- University of Guelph: The University of Guelph covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 13 June 2022.

- University of Waterloo: The University of Waterloo covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 January 2022.

- Western University: Western University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 19 July 2016.

- York University: York University covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to three articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 June 2021.

 

Finland

- Tampere University: Tampere University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 11 June 2021.

- University of Helsinki: The University of Helsinki covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 28 September 2018.

- University of Jyväskylä: The University of Jyväskylä covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 11 October 2018.

- University of Turku: The University of Turku covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 21 June 2019.

 

Germany

- Bauhaus University: Bauhaus University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 26 February 2018.

- Bielefeld University: Bielefeld University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 20 June 2017.

- Forschungszentrum Jülich: Forschungszentrum Jülich covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 21 January 2021.

- Freie Universität Berlin: Freie Universität Berlin covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 April 2017.

- Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 23 July 2018.

- GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences: GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 January 2020.

- Goethe University Frankfurt: Goethe University Frankfurt covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 2 February 2018.

- Humboldt University Berlin: Humboldt University Berlin covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 January 2018.

- Potsdam University: Potsdam University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 10 September 2018.

- Ruhr-University Bochum: Ruhr-University Bochum covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to two articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is only valid for full papers submitted through the online system until 31 December 2022.

- Technische Universität Dresden: Technische Universität Dresden covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 23 April 2020.

- TU Braunschweig: TU Braunschweig covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 22 January 2020.

- TU Dortmund: TU Dortmund covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 20 January 2021 and only applies to articles that have no other sources of funding available - authors must contact the TU Dortmund Library ([email protected]) in advance of submission.

- University of Bremen, Hochschule Bremen and Hochschule Bremerhaven: The University of Bremen, Hochschule Bremen and Hochschule Bremerhaven cover the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 25 May 2020.

- University of Göttingen: The University of Göttingen covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to two articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution (including the University Medical Center). The administrator of the Open Access Fund is the University Library of Göttingen (https://www.sub.uni-goettingen.de/elektronisches-publizieren/open-access/verlagsvereinbarungen). This agreement is valid as of 1 September 2017.

- University of Kassel: The University of Kassel covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is only valid for full papers submitted through the online system until 31 December 2022.

- University of Mannheim: The University of Mannheim covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to 4 articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is only valid for full papers submitted through the online system until 31 December 2022.

- University of Munster: The University of Munster covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 6 October 2020.

 

Hungary

- Centre for Social Sciences: The Centre for Social Sciences covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 5 May 2020.

 

Italy

- European University Institute: The European University Institute covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 20 July 2021.

- University of Urbino Carlo Bo - Department of Economics, Society and Politics: The Department of Economics, Society and Politics at the University of Urbino Carlo Bo covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to two articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 30 September 2019.

 

Netherlands

- Delft University of Technology: Delft University of Technology covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 10 January 2018.

- Erasmus University Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 11 June 2018.

- Radboud University: Radboud University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 15 October 2020.

- Tilburg University: Tilburg University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 20 March 2017.

- University of Amsterdam: The University of Amsterdam covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 14 June 2017.

- University of Groningen: The University of Groningen covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 June 2015.

- University of Twente: The University of Twente covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 31 August 2020.

- Utrecht University: Utrecht University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 14 March 2022.

- Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is only valid for full papers submitted by 31 December 2022.

 

Norway

- University of Agder: The University of Agder covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 2 September 2020.

- University of Oslo: The University of Oslo covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 20 February 2018.

 

Poland

- Gdańsk University of Technology - Faculty of Architecture: The Faculty of Architecture at Gdańsk University of Technology covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 23 April 2020.

 

Slovakia

- Paneuropean University: Paneuropean University covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to five articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 26 October 2020.

 

Spain

- Universidad Loyola Andalucía: Universidad Loyola Andalucía covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 January 2022.

 

Sweden

- Karlstad University: Karlstad University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 7 June 2021.

- Lund University: Lund University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 January 2019.

- Stockholm University: Stockholm University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 25 June 2018.

- Södertörn University: Södertörn University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 17 February 2020.

- University of Gothenburg: The University of Gothenburg covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 19 March 2020.

- University of Gävle: The University of Gävle covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 September 2022.

 

Switzerland

- ETH Zurich: ETH Zurich covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 20 April 2018.

- University of Basel: The University of Basel covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 9 November 2016.

- University of Geneva: The University of Geneva covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 27 January 2020.

- University of Lausanne: The University of Lausanne covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 11 June 2018.

- University of Lucerne: The University of Lucerne covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 10 July 2018.

- University of Zurich: The University of Zurich covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 21 August 2020.

- École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne: École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 24 March 2017.

 

United Kingdom

- Anglia Ruskin University: Anglia Ruskin University covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to five articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is only valid for full papers submitted through the online system until 31 December 2022.

- Lancaster University: Lancaster University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 10 June 2021.

- Queen's University Belfast: Queen's University Belfast covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 7 June 2017.

- University College London: University College London covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 20 October 2021.

- University of Birmingham: The University of Birmingham covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 23 June 2017.

- University of Dundee: The University of Dundee covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to six articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 19 February 2018.

- University of Edinburgh: The University of Edinburgh covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 20 January 2022.

- University of Exeter: The University of Exeter covers all the article processing charges (APC) of articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 31 August 2020 and only applies to articles that meet eligibility criteria, which the university will verify on a paper-by-paper basis. Authors must contact the University of Exeter Library ([email protected]) in advance of submission to confirm whether they are eligible for funding.

- University of Manchester: The University of Manchester covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 8 February 2017.

- University of Sheffield: The University of Sheffield covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 22 March 2022.

- University of Stirling: The University of Stirling covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 15 September 2016 and only applies to articles that meet the university's eligibility criteria - authors must apply to the APC fund in advance of submission.

- University of Warwick: The University of Warwick covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 9 September 2020.

 

United States

- Elon University: Elon University covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to 3 articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 19 December 2016.

- Grinnell College: Grinnell College covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to two articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 8 October 2018.

- Macalester College: Macalester College covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to three articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 January 2015.

- Michigan State University: Michigan State University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 26 May 2020.

- Trinity University: Trinity University covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to two articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 4 January 2019.

- University of Iowa: The University of Iowa covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 5 April 2019.

- University of Kansas: The University of Kansas covers the article processing charges (APC) of up to two articles per calendar year authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is only valid for full papers submitted through the online system until 31 December 2022.

- Virginia Tech: Virginia Tech covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution. This agreement is valid as of 1 September 2016 and only applies to articles that meet the university's eligibility criteria - authors must apply to the APC fund as soon as the article is accepted for publication.

- Wake Forest University: Wake Forest University covers the article processing charges (APC) of all articles authored by corresponding authors of the institution that have no other sources of funding available. This agreement is only valid for full papers submitted through the online system until 31 December 2022.

 

Partners

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