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Researchers' Ethics

Researchers' Ethics

Commitment to scientific honesty and the intellectual property rights of authors and researchers, the journal states the most unacceptable behaviors, which result in the rejection of the submitted research, failure to deal with the researcher in the future, and defamation of him, in addition to other procedures determined by the editorial board at the time, and those unacceptable behaviors are:

To support academic publishing standards and respect the intellectual property rights of others, the journal outlines the most important research misconduct practices that the journal does not accept at all, namely:

1- Plagiarism: It has three forms:

The first: completely impersonating another researcher's research work.

The second: partial plagiarism from the books and research of others without attributing them.

The third: self-plagiarism, for the researcher to derive from other previously published research without attributing to it.

2- Fabrication: In the sense of presenting data or results without conducting relevant research.

3- Falsehood: by intentionally altering data or results so that a misleading conclusion is reached.

4- The researcher sends his research to other publications, when submitting it to the journal or after obtaining approval, before and the matter applies to research that undergoes very minor changes. Note that the researcher has the right, if the publication is delayed for more than two years, to publish in another journal, provided that the editorial board chairman or managing editor is notified of this in advance.


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