plagiarism policy


plagiarism policy

The journal operates according to a clear policy in scientific plagiarism, where the research submitted must be original and not published in other containers, and each research must be examined before submitting it through the scientific plagiarism program: (Turnitin) and the report should be attached to the research, and the researcher (s) may be asked later Amending their research in accordance with the policy of the journal, and in the event of violating the rules and ethics of scientific research, the full responsibility rests with the researcher, and the journal takes regular measures in this regard.

Plagiarism is the unethical act of copying someone else's previous ideas, processes, results, or words without explicit acknowledgment of the original author and source. Plagiarism occurs

Self-expression is when the author uses a large portion of his previously published work without proper references. This can range from publishing the same manuscript in multiple journals to modifying a previously published manuscript with some new data.

The magazine is against any immoral act of copying or plagiarism in any way

Members of the editorial board, scientific committee, and reviewers are required to be aware of all types of misconduct in order to identify papers in which research misconduct has occurred or appears to have occurred.

All manuscripts submitted for publication in the Journal are checked for plagiarism using Turnitin or other software. Manuscripts found to have been stolen during the initial stages of revision

In the event that the published research is found to contain plagiarism, it will be removed immediately. The researcher shall be suspended from publishing in the journal for a period of three years.

Types of plagiarism:

Complete Plagiarism: Previously published content without any changes in text, idea and grammar is considered complete plagiarism. It involves presenting an exact text from a source as its own.

Partial plagiarism: If the content is a mixture of several different sources, where the author has extensively paraphrased the text, it is known as partial plagiarism.

Self-plagiarism: When the author reuses all or parts of his previously published research, it is known as self-plagiarism. Complete plagiarism is a case in which an author republishes his or her previously published work in a new journal.