PUBLICATION ETHICS

Here are the publication ethics:

AUTHOR

1. The manuscript presents complete and original information as well as objective data.
2. Quotation source and reference cited in the manuscript must be informed.
3. The manuscript is written concisely and clearly for efficiency.
4. The manuscript is, at the same time, not being sent to and has never been published by another journal.
5. Everyone involved in the research (students & supervisors) should be included in the team of writers.
6. A writer who passed away should be included as a co-author.
7. Authors must avoid fabrication (make up the data and results of a study).
8. Authors must avoid falsification (manipulating research materials, equipment, process, changing the data or intentionally discarding data or results).
9. Authors should avoid Plagiarism (taking ideas, processes, results or words without citing the sources).
10. Authors should avoid Fragmentation (breaking research data into different themes of manuscript so that the discussion cannot become in-depth)
11. The manuscript should not use copied materials from another article without permission.
12. All materials/quotation earned from previous research, involving similar writers related to previous publications must be cited properly.

 

EDITOR

1. Responsible for the choice of journal content and strive to improve the quality of publications on an ongoing basis.
2. Obliged to make a writing guide for the author along with the template.
3. Critically assess that the written work has been free from ethical violations, honest and objective, independent, assessing each on quality regardless of nationality, ethnicity, political belief, race, religion, gender, seniority, or the author's institutional affiliation, and free from prejudice in making decisions, including in choosing bestari partners.
4. Ensure that the paper review process is carried out thoroughly, transparently, objectively and fairly.
5. Ensuring that all published papers have gone through a review process by qualified reviewers.
6. Ensure the feasibility of selected bestari partners in accordance with their competencies. The selected bestari partner members are those who can consider written works and have no conflict of interest.
7. Refuse written work without going through a review process if it is not in accordance with the scope of the journal or is of low quality, but not because of the background of the author or his affiliated institution.
8. Strive to ensure that research published in accordance with the guidelines for the code of ethics for scientific publications is sourced from COPE and relevant international guidelines.
9. Provide a form for the author to sign about the ethical statement (ethical clearance) and copyright agreement.

 

REVIEWER

1. Demanded to be honest, objective, unbiased, independent, and only side with scientific truth.
2. Must be critical in assessing the content of a written work in accordance with their field of expertise, be open about new things, keep things being assessed a secret, and do not take personal advantage from the written work being assessed, and have the spirit to improve the written work that has been studied.
3. Having the task of assisting the editor in determining the writings that can be published and helping the authors to improve the quality of their writings.
4. It is required to always adhere to the basic principles and scientific analysis in conducting the process of reviewing a written work.
5. The results of the study are presented honestly, objectively and supported by clear arguments. Several possible recommendations from the review are: (i) accepted without revision or accepted with minor improvements (after correction by the author, no need to return to the review partner), (ii) accepted with correction (after correction by the author, returned to the review partner for review). ), (iii) rejected and recommended for publication in other appropriate places, (iv) rejected and recommended not to be published anywhere because the work is scientifically flawed or has a detrimental impact on users/society.
7. Do not use the written work that is reviewed for personal or third party interests. The use of some of the contents of the written work reviewed has obtained permission from the author. The written work under review may not be distributed.