Classification of methods that are only accessible by a child class and its parent

I’m trying to document some of my JavaScript according to this JavaScript Documentation guide and came across member access (private, public, protected). I was wondering what the classification would be of a member/function that was defined in the child class but only available in the child class’s and it’s parent’s scope similar to the code snippet below.

Right now the methods initialize and returnItems are declared as public members inside homeBrew.queries.documentLibrary, but they aren’t accessible outside of the homeBrew.queries class. Would they then be considered private, since they aren’t globally accessible?

var homeBrew = homeBrew || {};  var homeBrew.queries = function () {     var documentLibrary = function () {         var siteContext = null;          var initialize  = function (url, viewName) { /* ... */ }         var getContext  = function () { /* ... */  }         var sortItems   = function () { /* ... */  }         var returnItems = function (callback) { /* ... */ }         return {             init: initialize,             returnItems: returnItems         }     }      var listLibrary = function () {         // ...         return { /*...*/ }     }      var libraryType = null;     var queryDocumentLibrary = function (url, viewName) {         libraryType = 'Document'         documentLibrary.initialize(url, viewName)     }     var queryListLibrary = function (url, viewName) {         libraryType = 'list'         listLibrary.initialize(url, viewName)     }     var returnItems = function (callback) {         switch (listType){             case 'library':                 documentLibrary.returnItems(callback);                 break;             case 'list':                 listLibrary.returnItems(callback);                 break;             default:                 console.log('No query executed');         }     }      return {         queryDocuments: queryDocumentLibrary,         queryLists: queryListLibrary,         returnItems: returnItems     }  }