Copyright and License Policy

1. Copyright Ownership

All articles published in the Pinisi Journal of Art, Humanity, and Social Studies are the property of the authors, unless otherwise specified. Authors retain the copyright to their work and grant PJE the right to publish, distribute, and archive the work.

2. Open Access License

PJE is an open-access journal, and all content is freely available to the public. Readers may download, print, and share articles without seeking permission from the authors or the journal. This is in accordance with the principles of open access, which promote the free exchange of knowledge.

3. Creative Commons License

To facilitate the distribution and reuse of published content, Pinisi Journal of Art, Humanity, and Social Studies applies a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0) to all articles. This means that users are free to:

  • Share: Copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format.
  • Adapt: Remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.

Under the CC BY 4.0 license, users must provide appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. Full details of the CC BY 4.0 license can be found at

4. Author Responsibility

Authors are responsible for ensuring that their submitted work does not infringe upon any copyrights or intellectual property rights of others. If authors include any copyrighted materials, they must obtain the necessary permissions and provide proper attribution.

5. Citation and Attribution

Users who wish to cite or reuse content from Pinisi Journal of Art, Humanity, and Social Studies articles must provide appropriate citation and attribution to the original work and source. This includes citing the author(s), title, publication date, and the Pinisi Journal of Education.

6. Commercial Use

Commercial use of Pinisi Journal of Art, Humanity, and Social Studies content is allowed under the CC BY 4.0 license. Users may use, adapt, and distribute content for commercial purposes, provided they comply with the terms of the license and provide proper attribution.

7. No Derivative Works

While users are allowed to adapt and remix content, they must not apply legal terms or technological measures that restrict others from doing anything that the license permits. In other words, no additional restrictions or limitations should be imposed on the content beyond what the CC BY 4.0 license allows.