Publication Ethics-(Part3)

Draft Competition There is a competition for drafts when several articles are written on the basis of one study, but two or more authors are involved. The result will be that the authenticity of the study is diminished and the subject of copyright may be lost. When a scientific content has been published in several Read more about Publication Ethics-(Part3)[…]

Publication Ethics-(Part 2)

Deception Deception involves the presentation of untrue findings, alteration of data, or selective reporting of findings. It is very difficult for a journal to identify this fraud at the point of article submission. However, the editorial board and the reviewers must be aware of the possibility of this fraud because this is a very serious Read more about Publication Ethics-(Part 2)[…]

Publication Ethics-(Part 1)

Unfortunately, unethical research practices and dissemination of the research findings are widespread in the scientific community and are observed in many different shapes and forms. The unethical research behavior, such as spreading misinformation about a formula or making significant changes to the rules could have adverse effects on every subsequent study. The important point is that all researchers tend to use scientifically accepted fundamentals Read more about Publication Ethics-(Part 1)[…]

Scientific Journal Strategies

Outlook Gathering the content related to the goals, context of activity, structure, and form of a journal makes the journal long-term outlook clear and the founders know precisely why the content should be published and how it should be presented. Who is responsible for the success or failure of a scientific journal? The answer to Read more about Scientific Journal Strategies[…]

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