Screening for Plagiarism

Writers, students, lecturers, or professionals commit plagiarism when they present, without proper acknowledgment, all or part of another person’s work as if it were their own. Because plagiarism violates the expectations of trust and honesty necessary for academic work in an ethical community, it is a serious offense. In addition, plagiarism undercuts the basic purposes of higher education by short-circuiting the processes of inquiry, reflection, and communication that lead to learning.

Plagiarism can take several forms, including but not limited to:

Sosiohumaniora takes academic integrity very seriously, and the editors reserve the right to withdraw acceptance from a paper found to violate any of the standards set out above. For further information, potential authors can contact the editorial office at

The editors will run plagiarism check using Turnitin for the submitted manuscripts before sending to reviewers, but an author should check it too before submitting. We do not process any plagiarised contents. If a manuscript has over 20% of plagiarism based on the result of Turnitin check, we will send back the manuscript to the author to be revised for the plagiarised contents.