Publication Ethics 

Role and Duties of Authors

          1) The author must confirm that the submitted article has never been published elsewhere before.

          2) The author must report data from the research according to the facts, without distorting information.

          3) The author must cite the work of others used in compiling the article, by inserting citations in the content, specifying the source of the image and bibliography at the end of the article.

          4) The author must format the article according to the journal's guidelines and edit the content according to the journal's recommendations.

          5) The author must obtain permission to submit the article from co-authors (if any).

          6) The author must only identify co-authors who actually participated in the research.

          7) The author must identify the source of research funding (if any).

          8) The author must ensure that all details in the article to be published with the journal are correct and follow generally accepted ethical principles.

          9) The author must carefully review the article for plagiarism using a reliable program to ensure that the article published in the journal does not plagiarize the work of others.

         10) The author must accept criticism and be able to respond with complete and comprehensive supporting information.

Role and Duties of the Editor

           1) Journal editors are responsible for considering and screening articles and providing advice to authors for the publication of high-quality academic articles.

           2) Journal editors must not disclose any information related to the authors and reviewers during the article screening process.

           3) Journal editors must consider and select articles for publication that disseminate new knowledge, are beneficial to the academic community, and are consistent with the journal's focus and scope.

           4) Journal editors must refuse to publish articles that have already been published.

           5) Journal editors must refuse any conflicts of interest that may affect the consideration and selection of articles for publication.

           6) Journal editors must immediately stop considering an article if plagiarism is found and request clarification from the author for consideration of "rejecting" or "accepting" the article.

           7) Journal editors must carry out tasks related to the journal according to the publication schedule specified by the journal.

           8) Journal editors must not reject articles solely because of doubt or uncertainty; they must find evidence to prove such doubts before rejecting an article.

           9) Journal editors must not change their decision to accept an article that has already been rejected.

           10) Journal editors must consider and review articles for plagiarism of others' work.

           11) Journal editors must support freedom of expression and uphold the accuracy of academic work, as well as protect intellectual property standards.

           12) Journal editors must decide to accept or reject research articles for publication.

Role and Duties of Reviewers

          1) Reviewers must not disclose any information about the article to anyone who is not involved in the review process.

          2) Reviewers must inform the journal editor and decline to review an article if they have a conflict of interest that could influence their review.

          3) Reviewers should assess articles in their area of expertise. They should consider the importance of the article's content to the field, the quality of the analysis, and the strength of the research.

          4) Reviewers should evaluate the article based on the quality of the content, the originality of the research, the analysis and critique of relevant literature, and the appropriateness and credibility of the research methodology.

          5) Reviewers should suggest relevant research and literature to the author if it is not already cited in the article.

          6) Reviewers must inform the editor if they find any information in the article that is similar to another published work.

          7) Reviewers should not use personal opinions that are not supported by data as a basis for evaluating the article.