Publication Ethics

This journal is following of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and complies with the highest ethical standards in accordance with ethical laws.


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Duties of the Chief in Editor

  • The chief editor must keep the received articles confidential until publication.
  • The chief editor is actively working to improve the quality of the journal.
  • The chief editor should have complete oversight of the review process in the journal so that, as the reviewer is unknown to the author, the reviewer does not know the author.
  • The chief editor is responsible for deciding on the publication of articles submitted to the journal.
  • Unpublished articles are not used by the chief editor or other members of the journal for personal purposes.
  • The chief editor should review the article only scientifically and substantially, regardless of race, gender, religion, ethnicity, citizenship or political affiliation.
  • The chief editor should not disclose any information about the articles received except for the lead author, internal and executive director, reviewer, scholar and editor.


Duties of the authors

• Articles submitted to the journal should not be published in another journal or reviewed by another journal. In this regard, it is mandatory for authors to complete and submit a form of ethical commitment not to publish an article or to submit to other publications.

• Authors who ignore this issue will be banned from publishing articles in the journal.

• Authors should avoid false and inaccurate statements, so the material presented in the articles should be documented and with reference. The author (s) is responsible for the accuracy of the material.

• The author (s) of the article must obtain the permission of the institution or organization to which the article is submitted.

• The author (s) of the article must authorize the journal to be edited.

• Those involved in the preparation of the article should be named as the authors of the article. Also, when submitting an article to the journal, it is necessary to identify the responsible author.

• The author (s) of the article should consider the issue of plagiarism as one of the most serious and immoral errors in the writing of the article. Submitted articles may be reviewed by the journal's office using similar locator software.


Duties of the reviewers

• The reviewers must work with the journal to decide on the publication of submitted articles.

• The reviewers should keep the information obtained during the arbitration of the articles and not use it for personal gain.