Publication ethics and research misconduct

Publication ethics and research misconduct

1- The research should be in conformity with the UN human rights laws.

2 - The research must be unpublished and not acceptable for publication anywhere else and is not subject to evaluation elsewhere.

  1. Scientific honesty in quoting from previous sources and research and attributing it to its original owners.
  2. The research provided shall be commensurate with the needs of society in the field of human knowledge.

5 - not to prejudice the scientific or literary figures with an insulting and offensive criticism that there is a constructive criticism based on accurate scientific foundations and constants.

6 - not to be exposed in the search for offensive ideas stemming from personal, religious, ethnic, sectarian or political motives.

  1. Confronting new views and ideas may be contrary to the ideas of the persons interviewed in a professional and scientific manner, away from ridicule or abuse.

8 - The researcher must distance himself in writing his research of his personal relations and emotional tendencies and committed to work under the scientific profession.

9 - The researcher must be not response to external pressures in writing research to achieve personal interests or benefits of those parties.

10 - The researcher should be open out to the opinions of other colleagues and accept constructive criticism to improve the image of research and address the mistakes that may be contained in it.

  1. If a mistake is discovered in the research after publication, the researcher must cooperate with the editor of the journal to correct the error by the appropriate means (re-publication with correction, withdrawal of the search, apology) and as necessary.
  2. Any form of research misconduct as submitting a search that is being published or is being reviewed elsewhere, or already published elsewhere, with the same content or similar content or others' work rates without citing the source of the quotation, plagiarism, forgery or fabrication if discovered at any stage of the editing process, or during printing or even after publication will result in immediate rejection of the search, , And the fees will not be refunded.

13- The journal monitors ethics by the editor-in-chief, assistant editors, members of the editorial board, reviewers, authors, and readers.