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Jorunal status in HRČAK
Informative statuses about the activities of journals are visible on HRČAK. The statuses do not represent the information about the activity of a particular journal in general, but instead, they show the activity of a journal on HRČAK. These statuses are introduced so that the users could see how often the content is being updated. Also, we want to motivate editorial boards to publish papers regularly and to respect the HRČAK Code of Ethics.
A journal on HRČAK can have one of the following six statuses:
HRČAK periodically checks the status of a particular journal. If a journal doesn’t meet the requirements for the “active” status, the editorial board receives a notification which states that their status will be changed to “inactive” if they don’t publish a new issue in the following 30 days. The editorial boards which are given the "inactive" status can contact HRČAK’s team and ask for the status activation after they have stored on HRČAK all the issues that have been published since the date the journal was included on HRČAK, including the last number.
If your journal is no longer being published or you have stopped publishing on HRČAK, contact HRČAK’s team. If your journal is being regularly published, we ask you to regularly and actively publish on HRČAK as well, in order to retain the "active" status.