Publication Ethics

Publishing Ethics:

  1. The Evaluation shall be confidential, and the researcher may not know the Reviewer or obtain a statement of them, nor may the Reviewer know the researcher.
  2. Researchers must acknowledge that the work presented to the journal is original work, with the need to document the content transferred from other sources accurately to avoid theft of literature and scientific.
  3. Research and its contents is the responsibility of the researcher and it is his responsibility. For the results, recommendations, opinions or quotations within the research, the researcher (s) have the legal responsibility to obtain permission to use a copyrighted scientific material contained in the research published in the journal, which is the full responsibility of the researcher (s).
  4. All researchers should be aware of submitting their papers to the journal and agree to the lead author who signs the IPR on their behalf.