CQ Press and its parent company, Sage Publications have partnered with CCC Rightslink to offer online requests to reuse CQ Researcher.
To use the CCC Rightslink online request form:
1. Find and open the article that you wish to reuse on CQ Researcher.
2. Press the "Permissions" link found at the bottom left-hand side of the article page.
3. The CCC Rightslink program will walk you through the rest of the process. For more information please see the FAQ below.
Contact SAGE Permissions for any questions regarding license of CQ Researcher.
Contact Rightslink for additional questions regarding the Rightslink service.
Note: CQ Press currently only allows online permissions for reuse of the CQ Researcher Online. For permission requests of other CQ Press books, please refer to the instructions provided on the SAGE Permissions page.
Rightslink does not process author permissions. If you are an author inquiring about the re-use of an article you wrote or contributed to, after publication of the journal article, you may re-use the content in any print-form work (written or edited by you) or in a classroom without seeking permission from SAGE or CQ Press. You may not post the article or an abstract of the article on the internet. For additional information, see www.sagepub.com/repository/binaries/journals/permissions/author_use.doc
The Rightslink service provides permission for reuse only. Obtaining the content you licensed is a separate transaction not involving Rightslink. If you do not have a copy of the content, you may purchase it directly through SAGE Journals Online. CQ Press customers wishing to purchase a print copy of the CQ Researcher can do so from the CQ Press website.
Format describes the presentation of the final product. Rights granted through Rightslink are for print or electronic versions of the same new work. In some cases, you may order both print and electronic versions in one order.
Facsimile Reprint format is offered for some types of use and is intended to be faxed.
The number of copies (Copies) for print use is defined as the number of copies made for distribution or for repurposing, the maximum print run. The number of copies (Copies) for electronic use is defined as the number of viewers, possible recipients of the Work, the possible number of individuals or entities who may have access to the Work. The Copies must not exceed the Copies as stated in the Permission Request.
print or electronic
orders, the reuse represents one format (print or electronic).
For the format facsimile reprint, it is understood that one print copy will be used for facsimile purposes.
Portions describe which elements of a Sage or CQ Press article you wish to reuse. Portions offered in drop-down menu include:
Full Article: Full article includes all text, tables, and figures.
Text Extract: A text extract is defined by Sage/CQ Press as less than two pages of content.
Figure/Table: Figure/table is defined by Sage/CQ Press as one of either a figure or table located in the content being licensed.
No more than 20% of any one SAGE journal issue may be reused at one time.
Note: Sage and CQ Press warrant that they have, to the
best of their knowledge, the rights to license material available for reuse
through Rightslink. However, you should ensure that the material is original
to Sage or CQ Press and does not carry the copyright of another entity (as credited
in the published version). If the credit line indicates that the material
was reprinted or adapted by Sage or CQ Press with permission from another source,
then you should also seek permission to reuse the material from that source.
Requestor type identifies the type of organization you represent and your intended use of the content. Your selection will determine licensing rights and associated Sage pricing. Please select the requestor type offered in the drop-down menu that best reflects for whom the license is being procured.
Commercial: A commercial or for-profit company or organization, including those for which the distribution will be for a fee or is supported by advertising or corporate sponsorship. Examples: A not-for-profit company creating a for-profit reuse or a reuse for a commercial organization with corporate funding.
Non-Commercial: A company or organization legally recognized as non-commercial, non-profit, or not-for-profit (demonstrated, for example, by its tax-exempt status), for which corporate sponsorship or advertising support is NOT received. Examples: school or church.
Pharmaceutical: A company or organization representing or interfacing with a for-profit pharmaceutical organization.
Institutional Subscriber: An institutional subscriber to Sage publications
or CQ Researcher online. If your institution has a subscription, you will see text at the
top of the Sage online page confirming you're signed in as part of an
institution. If your institution has a subscription to the CQ Researcher
online, you will be able to view the articles on the CQ Researcher website. For the most part, an Institutional Subscription authorizes
use at a localized site. A "site" is an organizational unit,
and may be academic or nonacademic.
Institutional Non-subscriber: An institutional non-subscriber does not have a subscription to Sage or CQ Press publications online. If your institution does not have a subscription, you will not see the text at the top of the Sage online page confirming you've signed in as part of an institution, and you will not have full access to the tables of contents (current and future), abstracts, full-text searching, full text display, PDFs, etc. If your institution does not have a subscription to CQ Researcher, you will not have full access to the CQ Researcher reports.
Author: An author of the Sage or CQ Press content being licensed. Rightslink does not process author permissions. See Author above.
Note: The requestor types offered in the drop-down menu will vary, depending on the type of use selected.
No tax is applied for permissions types of use offered through the Rightslink service for Sage Publications or CQ Press.
To license translation rights for Sage Publications content online, please place your request through Rightslink. A Sage permissions representative will contact you directly to discuss the request. To license translation rights for CQ Press publications, please place your request directly to the permissions representative noted in the section called "Contact CQ Press"
A type of use describes what you may wish to do with copyrighted content and what Sage/CQ Press permits. Each type of use requires a distinct order and fee. For example, if you wish to reproduce content both in a journal and make a photocopy of it, you must request permission and pay for each use separately.
Sage/CQ Press offer the following types of reuse for their content. To request permission for a type of use not listed here, please contact Sage (or CQ Press).
Author Reuse: See Author above.
Book/Journal: Reuse in a book or journal. If the book or journal is to be printed, select print. If the book or journal is an e-book or e-journal, select electronic. Select both print and electronic. It is also understood that book/journal implies one, not both, of the reuse works. A book/journal license permits reuse in one new work, book or journal, not both.
Academic Course Pack/Library Reserve: Reuse in an academic course pack or library reserve permits reuse in one new work, course pack or library reserve. All electronic academic course pack or library reserve reuses are licensed exclusively for password-protected institutional websites only. A semester is considered to consist of up to 180 consecutive days. Permission to download articles and make copies for course packs and electronic reserve collections is granted at no charge if your institution has a combined or e-only institutional subscription to the journal selected. See Institutional Subscription for details.
Photocopy: All non academic photocopying is addressed through this type of use. Academic photocopying should be licensed under the academic course pack type of use. Photocopy permissions are licensable for quantities of up to 49 photocopies.
Workplace: Reuse in the workplace permits reuse in one of the following new works: presentation, training/seminar/workshop, examination material, professional report, film prop, museum exhibit, website, blog, or e-mail distribution. If your Permission Request is for use on a website, internet, intranet, or any publicly accessible site, you agree to remove the material from such site after 6 months or else renew your permission request. Requests to post a full article on a website, internet, intranet, or any publicly accessible site must be submitted to Sage at: UK: email@example.com, US: firstname.lastname@example.org or to CQ Press (for CQ Researcher) at: email@example.com
Reuse in a dissertation or thesis is granted at no cost for sole use in
a Master's Thesis and/or Doctoral Dissertation. Additional permission
is also granted for the selection to be included in the printing of said
scholarly work as part of UMI's "Books on Demand" program.