Authors

Author submitting article should consider and meet the following standards of expected ethical behavior.

  1. The author must promise that the text is original in its entirety.
  2. In line with the requirements of writing scientific articles, when using other sources, specified as a quote and written accurately and properly. Proper appreciation of others' work must always be given.
  3. Authors are not allowed to provide more than one journal publication with article manuscripts that effectively contain the same study. The inclusion of the same article in two or more journals is immoral.
  4. The names of writers are individuals who make a specific and substantial contribution to the study's creation, design , execution, or perception. It is possible to list as contributors other persons involved in research activities, such as research assistants.
  5. If the study that is the basis of the article is sponsored by a specific organization , it is important to indicate the source of the cost as information on potential conflicts of interest in interpreting and formulating the findings of the studies.
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Editors

  1. It is the duty of the editors to determine which of the papers submitted to the journal should be published. 
  2. The editors may be directed by the policies of the editorial board of the journal and limited by the legal provisions that are then in place regarding libel, violation of copyright and plagiarism.
  3. Depending on their academic background / expert area, the editors should review manuscripts exclusively and comprehensively.
  4. Unpublished materials disclosed in a submitted manuscript can not, without the express written permission of the author, be used in the editor's own study.
  5. For ethical concerns from writers relating to the submitted manuscript or published manuscript, the editors must take responsive action.

Reviewers

  1. Reviewers are third parties (peer-reviewers) with qualifying academic context skills (experts)
  2. The reports should be critically performed. The author's personal critique is unacceptable. With supporting reasons, referees should express their opinions clearly.
  3. The reviewers assist the editor in making editorial decisions and may also assist the author in enhancing the article by editorial contact with the author.
  4. Privileged data or opinions gained through peer review must be held private and not used for personal gain.
  5. Manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest arising from competitive, mutual, or other partnerships or ties with any of the authors, businesses, or organizations related to the papers should not be considered by reviewers.
  6. The related published work that has not been cited by the authors should be listed by reviewers. The appropriate citation should be followed by some assertion that an observation, derivation or argument has previously been published. Every noticeable resemblance or overlap between the manuscript under examination and any other published document that they have personal knowledge of should also be brought to the attention of the editor by a reviewer.