Publication​ Ethics

Duties of Authors 
1. The author must certify that the paper is new and has never been published anywhere before.

2. The author must quote other authors' work if a part/parts of their work are included in the author's paper. Furthermore, it must be stated in the reference section.

3. The author must correctly write an academic article or research paper based on the "Author Guidelines" format.

4. Co-author (s) name (s) appearing in the article must be a person (s) who has genuinely been involved in the writing of (s) the article.

5. The author must put forward evidence from research that has been conducted without distortion or bias.

6. The author must indicate the source of any supporting funds.

7. The author must indicate any data that could signal a conflict of interest.

Duties of Editors

1. One of the editor's tasks is to consider the quality of articles submitted to the editorial board.

2. The editor is obliged to check for plagiarism by using a reliable program. This aims to ensure that all articles published in the journal do not copy other articles.

3. If plagiarism is found, the editor must quit the assessment process and contact the author immediately, seeking an explanation. This will then serve as the basis for the article's acceptance or rejection.

4. In the case of uncertainty or suspicion, the editor must find evidence to verify it. However, the editor must not reject the publication solely based on fear.

5. The editor must not disclose any personal data of the author or the person assessing the article to other people who are not involved while the paper is being evaluated.

6. The editor must select published articles after they have passed the article assessment process. This should be based on the article's contribution, innovation, clarification, and the consistency of its content with the journal's policies.

7. The editor/s must not have conflicts of interest with the author of the article's assessor.

Duties of Reviews

1. The reviewer must strictly observe confidentiality. For example, they must not disclose any data found in the submitted article to other people who are not involved.

2. After receiving the article from the editorial board, the reviewer may inform the editor or reject the assessment if they believe that there is a conflict of interest, such as having participated in the project, personal acquaintance with the author or any other reason/s which might hinder them from doing their work.

3. The reviewer should indicate any article the author has not quoted, which is important and consistent with the assessed paper. Also, if it is found that the piece resembles another one, the article assessor must notify the editor.

4. The reviewer should choose to assess the article because it relates to the field in which they specialize and base their assessment on the importance of its content, the quality of its analysis, and the article's concentration. They must avoid personal opinions having no supporting data as a criterion for assessing the paper.

5. The reviewer should not judge the article based on their persona or opinions having no supporting evidence.