About the Journal
Focus and Scope
The journal addresses different topics such as gender violence and violence against women (domestic violence, sexual harassment, sexual abuse, institutional violence, etc), health and gender (illness and treatment related to gender, physical and psychological welfare, etc), education and gender, theories about love, new masculinities, feminist theory, multiculturalism and gender, women and religion, women in history, poverty and gender, femininity models, transexuality and gender diversity, women and image, gender and media, female leadership and women in organizations and the business world. Additional topics may be considered for publication when related to gender. All articles accepted for publication are always oriented to the overcoming of inequalities and gender discrimination.
This is a global scientific journal, that incorporates an international vision and includes book reviews, doctoral dissertations and congresses, related to the topic of the journal. It addresses mainly researchers on the gender issues, as well as professionals in the area. It is oriented to professionals of education and health practitioners as well as others, whose experience might not be related to gender issues but who are still interested in the topic due to gender problems arising in their professional domain and in its daily life.
GÉNEROS is a multilingual journal publishing articles in Spanish, Catalan, French and English and published three times a year in February, June and October.
Peer Review Process
All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by two anonymous referees.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides free immediate access to its content under the principle of which to make the research freely available to the public supports a greater interchange of global knowledge.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons NonCommercial and NonDerivative License
Publication Ethics and Malpractice
GENEROS is committed to meeting high standards of ethical conduct at all stages of the publication process. In our ethical standards and procedures, we set out general expectations for authors, editors, reviewers, publishers and society partners. GENEROS guarantees at all times the confidentiality of the evaluation process: the anonymity of the reviewers and the authors, the content evaluated, the rationale report issued by the reviewers and any other communication issued by the editorial and advisory boards.
Also the confidentiality will be maintained before any clarifications or complaints that an author wishes to send to the committees of the journal or to the evaluators of the article.
GENEROS declares its commitment for the respect and integrity of the works already published. For this reason, plagiarism is strictly prohibited in GENEROS and texts that are identified as plagiarism or its content are fraudulent will be removed from the journal if they have already been published or will not be published. Hipatia Press and GENEROS editors will act, in these cases, as quickly as possible. By accepting the terms and agreements expressed by GENEROS, authors must ensure that the article or review and the materials associated with them are original or do not infringe copyright. The authors also have to justify that, in case of a shared authorship, there was a full consensus of all the authors affected and that the article or book review has not been previously presented or published in other journals.
In the event that GENEROS editors are made aware of any allegation of research misconduct, these allegations would be treated accordingly. GENEROS editors will be willing to publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies whenever needed.