Do genealogical journals let authors post a rough manuscript?

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In my field of formal training, the standard policy for academic publishing is that the publisher gets the rights to the work, but the author can post their initial manuscript on their own website. The author usually cannot post the official nicely published version (excluding open access considerations).

I am wondering what policy most genealogical journals keep. Is it the same? Or do they all restrict any form of release by the author? Or is there a wide variation in this policy?
in The Tree House by Barry Smith G2G6 Pilot (223k points)

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The one that I work with expects that the article is not published at all. Very very rarely do we accept a previously published (in any form) article.
by Jay Wickham G2G6 (6.7k points)
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Thanks, Jay

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