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Health and New Media Research (HNMR) is committed to the principles of open access publishing and upholds the following open access principles as part of our dedication to openness and transparency, in accordance with the BOAI definition of open-access.

  1. Free Access: All articles published in HNMR are freely available to anyone, anywhere in the world, immediately upon publication. There are no subscription fees, paywalls, or other access barriers.
  2. Copyright and Licensing: HNMR is an Open Access journal distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY), available at This license allows for unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. By signing the copyright transfer agreement forms, available at, authors agree to distribute their works under this CC BY license, ensuring compliance with open access requirements.
  3. Quality Control: HNMR maintains rigorous peer-review processes to ensure the quality and integrity of the research we publish. Open access does not compromise our commitment to scholarly excellence.
  4. Rapid Publication: HNMR aims to provide a rapid publication process to disseminate research findings quickly, promoting collaboration and the advancement of knowledge. The full text of articles from HNMR is made available for free and open access as soon as they are published on our website ( No embargo period exists for accessing our research articles.
  5. Archiving: HNMR provides the electronic archiving and preservation of access to the journal content in the event the journal is no longer published, by archiving in the National Library of Korea (
  6. Self-archiving policy: HNMR encourages self-archiving and allows authors to deposit both the post-print (i.e., accepted version after peer review) and the final published version (publisher's version) in PDF format in institutional repositories and/or non-commercial databases, as well as to publish them in personal websites immediately upon publication. Authors should provide the publisher and the identifier of the digital object (DOI) of the published article when self-archiving.

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