Consents and research permits
If the conduct of the study involves the use of people as a test group, for surveys, obtaining the opinions of the group under study, etc., then the following principles are mandatory:
– non-disclosure of personal, confidential information, in accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679,
– full informing of the participants of the test group about the aim and objectives of the research, about the type and method of publication of the research results, about the anonymity of the provision of information,
– obtaining confirmation, if necessary in writing, from individuals or organizations that took part in the study as a test group that they agree to conduct the study;
– if we are talking about a child, then the consent of his parents or guardians is required.
In the text of the article, it is obligatory to declare that the indicated principles have been observed.
If there is any doubt as to whether the authors have obtained the appropriate permissions, the editorial staff requests such permissions, not letting the manuscript work until they are received.
If the research results contain defamatory information or are defamatory to individuals and organizations, in particular from among the participants in the test group, the editorial staff of EUREKA: Social and Humanities will apply a review policy.