Publication Ethics

The first aim of article publication in a double blind peer-reviewed journal is the development of an academic network of knowledge. Any published article reflects the quality of the work of the authors and the affiliated institutions that support them. It is therefore essential to meet the standards of expected ethical behavior for people involved in the act of publishing: the author, the journal editor, the peer reviewer, and the publisher. Therefore, the authors are requested to conduct their research in line with ethical practices and codes of conduct. This is due to the fact that members of the Editorial Board have a strict policy against plagiarism and data fabrication. 

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 Ethical principles of this journal:

 

  • Submitted articles must be the result of the original scientific research and have not previously been presented or published elsewhere.   
  • The article under review should not be submitted to other publications at the same time.    
  • The author(s) of the paper must declare their paper withdrawal at each stage.
  • In collaborative articles, it will only be possible to reduce, increase, or modify the order of the authors after reviewing and definitive acceptance with the written permission of the other authors. The editorial board will make the final decision on the changes.
  • Arbitration is closed, anonymous and double-sided. The author(s) should refrain from mentioning any direct or indirect references which identify them in the article or file title.
  • Although the author(s) may introduce their suggested reviewers, the final decision will be with the editorial board.
  • The author(s) of articles are required to adhere to the ethics of scientific writing, including proper citations to actual sources and data, and to avoid any kind of plagiarism, such as citing from other articles or sources without mentioning them or reproducing their published research.
  • It is necessary to mention the names of universities, organizations, and institutions in extracted articles from dissertation or articles sponsored by national and international organizations and institutions.
  • The author(s) of the article should review and apply the reviewers' corrections and then submit a modified article on their due date. Failure to submit a modified version within the expected time will be considered as a refusal of publication.
  • The legal-ethical responsibility and the responsibility of the content of the articles ultimately is up to the author(s).
  • Authors should declare a conflict of interest related to their article, because a conflict of interest is part of the research ethic and prior to the publication of the article, so it is necessary to make the necessary arrangements for the selection of the journal and the order of the authors' names.
  • Authors are required to mention their names in the Acknowledgments section if they have a sponsor. In the event of a conflict of interest between the authors or sponsors, the journal will not be liable for their differences and the article will be rejected; Therefore, it is necessary for the authors to reach an agreement on interests before taking any action. If there is no conflict of interest, it should be made clear.