Publication Ethics

 Duties and Responsibilities of the Editorial Board

 publishing decisions

 Papers submitted to the journal are reviewed by experts to ensure that they meet all criteria of the Terms and Conditions of Publication regardless of gender, race, background, religion, nationality, ethnicity, and political philosophy.  The journal's editorial board is responsible for approving the publication of submitted academic researches.  Scientific and academic value, research integrity, language, ethical standards, citation, and plagiarism are all taken into consideration before publication.  The editorial board is committed to improving the academic and scientific sobriety of the journal by publishing academic scientific research according to its clarity, importance, and originality, and in accordance with the terms and conditions previously announced to researchers.



 The chairman and members of the editorial board undertake the confidentiality of the information related to the research and submitted documents, with the exception of the necessary information authorized by the editors, authors, consultants, and publishers.


 Disclosure and Conflict of Interests

 The chairman or members of the editorial board may not use any information contained in unpublished documents or academic scientific research without written permission from the original author of the research.


 Reviewers’ Responsibilities:

 Contribution to editorial decisions

 The research review process helps the editorial board to make the appropriate decision regarding the research, in addition to helping the author to improve his/her research.  The editorial board is committed to awarding reviewers standards, regulations, and the level of originality of research and documents accepted for publications in the journal.  In addition, the editorial board is obligated not to disclose the names of the reviewers except by written approval of the relevant reviewers.


 The Speed

 The reviewers are obliged to notify the editorial board of their apology of reviewing as soon as possible.



 Reviewers are required to deal confidentially with documents and researches sent to them.  Documents and researches may not be disclosed or discussed with others except with the editor of the journal.


 Objectivity Criteria

 Objective criteria in the review process are prerequisites, and subjective reviewing with respect to authors is not permitted and disregarded.  The review process should be strengthened by scholarly academic arguments and clear viewpoints;  It should be in accordance with journal standards and (Publication Requirements) regulations.


 Acknowledgment of Sources

 The reviewers are obliged to inform the editorial board of the author's non-compliance with the publication requirements.  In addition, they are committed to ensuring appropriateness of sources as well as correct reference to sources (references must be matched in the body text and bibliography).  Arguments and opinions presented in the research should not belong to other researches.  The reviewers are obligated to notify the editor of any convergence or overlap between the research submitted to the journal and any other published research.


Disclosure and Conflict of Interests

 The reviewers are not permitted to use any ideas or information contained in the reviewed research for competitive, personal, or other interests.  Furthermore, they are required to disclose any conflict of interests that may cause their opinion about the research to be biased.


 Duties of the Authors:

 Reporting Standards

 Researchers are required to comply with the rules and regulations of  "Publishing Policy" and the writing style approved by the journal.  Accuracy criteria must be provided through clarity of the objective,  presentation of the results in an accurate and sequential manner, and the discussion of these results to achieve research objectives in parallel with the objective justification of the research method.  Researches should also be accompanied by details of work and recent scientific references.  In addition, it must include results not reported in other researches.  Inclusion of fake and stolen results is unacceptable and unethical.  The researcher is obligated to sign a pledge with the above conditions.


 Multiple, Redundant, or Concurrent Deployment

 Researchers may not submit their research to more than one journal.  Otherwise, it will be against publishing policy.  Also, researchers may not submit a research that has been reviewed by another journal which has its own publishing policy.  In case of submitting a research, the researcher can keep his/her published research.


 Authoring Research

 The research should include specific names of the authors who have made a significant contribution to the research such as the research idea, writing, design, and implementation.  One of the authors must be a coordinator to be in contact with the journal.  Finally, the researcher must be given a final approval for the final version of the research submitted for publication (the pledge).


 Disclosure and Conflict of Interests

 Scholars are required to disclose financial or other type of support provided to them.  In addition, researchers are required to disclose any financial inconsistencies or issues that may affect the research  interpretations or results.


 Essential Errors in the Published Researches

 The researcher(s) are committed to notify the editor or publisher if there are errors in their researches to make the necessary corrections in writing the intended forms.  In case of discovering essential errors or inaccuracies in the published research, the researcher is obligated to report and cooperate with the journal editor or publisher to withdraw or correct their printed research form.