Publication Ethics

This statement of the scientific code of ethics is intended for all parties involved in the journal publication process, namely the author, editor-in-chief, editorial board, peer reviewer, and publisher. This statement is based on the COPE Code of Conduct and the Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors (see below). The code of ethics for scientific publications in essence upholds three ethical values in publications, namely (i) Neutrality, which is free from conflicts of interest in the management of publications; (ii) Justice, i.e. granting authorship rights to the rightful author; and (iii) Honesty, i.e. free from duplication, fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism in publications. 

Responsibility of the Publisher

  1. The journal publisher is responsible for publishing manuscripts that after going through the review, editing, and layout process in accordance with the rules of publishing scientific journals.
  2. Journal publishers are responsible for ensuring academic freedom for editors and peer reviewers in carrying out their respective duties.
  3. Journal publishers are responsible for maintaining privacy and protecting intellectual property and copyright, and editorial freedom.

 Responsibility of the Editor

  1. The editor of the journal is responsible for deciding which manuscripts are worthy of publication through a meeting of the board of editors which refers to the applicable legal requirements regarding defamation, copyright infringement, duplication, data fabrication, data falsification and plagiarism.
  2. In the process of reviewing and accepting the manuscript, the editorial team is based on the principle of equal treatment in making the decision to publish the manuscript by not distinguishing the author's race, gender, religion, ethnicity, nationality, or political ideology.
  3. Editors and editorial teams will not disclose any information about the manuscript or incoming manuscript except with the permission of the author.
  4. Unpublished manuscripts will not be used by the journal editor's research for its own benefit and will be returned directly to the author.

Responsibilities Peer Reviewer

  1. Peer Reviewer journals assist editors in making editorial decisions on manuscripts/ manuscripts that enter.
  2. Peer Reviewers journals are responsible for the recommendations of the manuscripts they review.
  3. The study of the manuscript is carried out objectively, and is supported by clear argumentation.
  4. Journal peer reviewers are responsible for citations, references, duplication, data fabrication, data falsification and plagiarism of the manuscripts they study.
  5. Peer Reviewers of journals must always maintain the confidentiality of information and not use information from the manuscripts they study for personal gain/interest.

The author's responsibility

  1. The author must present the manuscript of the results of his thoughts or research clearly, honestly, and without duplication, data fabrication, data falsification and plagiarism.
  2. The author is responsible for the confirmation submitted for the manuscript that has been written.
  3. The author must show references from the opinions and works of others cited
  4. The author must write the manuscript ethically, honestly and responsibly, in accordance with applicable scientific writing regulations.
  5. The author does not object if the manuscript undergoes editing in the review and layout process without changing the substance or main idea of the writing.
  6. The article has never been published in the same form elsewhere.
  7. Articles that have been submitted will not be submitted to other places for publication before there is acceptance/ rejection by the editor.
  8. Copyright permission has been obtained for material published elsewhere and requires this permission to reproduce (reproduce).