Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement Guidelines

  1. The submitted research must comply with the human rights laws issued by the United Nations.
  2. The submitted research must be unpublished or accepted for publication in any other place, and is not subject to evaluation elsewhere.
  3. Scientific honesty in quoting from sources and previous research and attributing them to their original authors.
  4. The research submitted must be commensurate with the needs of society in the field of human knowledge.
  5. Not to harm scientific or literary figures with harsh and offensive criticism, unless constructive criticism that is based on scientific foundations and constants.
  6. Not to disseminate offensive ideas stemming from personal, religious, ethnic, sectarian or political motives.
  7. The researcher should dissociate himself in writing his research from his personal relationships and emotional tendencies, so he should adhere to professionalism and science.
  8. Not responding to any external parties in writing his research; for the pursuit of personal interests; or special benefits for those parties.
  9. The researcher should be open in his opinions, and accept constructive criticism; To improve the search image and address errors that may appear in it.
  10. The researcher should cooperate with the editorial board of the journal to correct error in case discovering it in the research after its publication (such as republishing with correction, withdrawing the research, or an apology).
  11. If any form of research misconduct (duplicate submission, i.e. submitting a research that is under publication or under review elsewhere, or has already been published elsewhere, with the same or substantially similar content or attributing a work) is discovered to others without mentioning the source of the quotation, plagiarism, forgery or fabrication, or obtaining acceptance to publish from one of the journals) at any stage of the editing process, during printing or even after publication will lead to the immediate rejection of the research.