Publication Ethics

Roles and Duties of Author(s)

  1. The author must certify that the submitted work is new and has never been published anywhere else.
  2. The author must report the facts arising from the research. do not distort information or provide false information.
  3. Authors must cite the works of others, if those works are used in their own works, including making a reference list at the end of the article.
  4. The authors must write research articles correctly according to the format specified in "Author's advice."
  5. authors whose names appear in every article must be participants in conducting the actual research.
  6. The authors must specify the source of funding that supports this research.
  7. The author must specify conflicts of interest (if any).

Roles and Duties of Editors

  1. Journal editors are responsible for considering the quality of articles to publish in the journal they are responsible for.
  2. Editors must not disclose information of authors and article evaluators to other unrelated persons during the article evaluation period.
  3. Editors have to decide on the selection of articles for publication after an article evaluation process, taking into account the importance, clarity, and consistency of the content with the journal's policies.
  4. Editors must not publish articles previously published elsewhere.
  5. Editors must not reject the publication of articles out of suspicion or uncertainty. They should find evidence to prove that suspicion first.
  6. Editors must not have conflicts of interest with authors, evaluators, and management teams.
  7. Editors must seriously review articles in the field by using trusted software to avoid p This ensures that articles published in the journal do not plagiarize the work of others.
  8. If detected research plagiarism in the process of evaluating articles, editors must stop the evaluation process. and contact the authors immediately for clarification for "accepting" or "rejecting."

Roles and Duties of the Reviewers

  1. Reviewers must maintain confidentiality and do not disclose part or all of the information submitted for consideration to other unrelated parties during the period of article evaluation (Confidentiality).
  2. After receiving an article from the journal editor and the reviewer realizes that they may have conflicts of interest with the author, for example being a project participant or knowing the author personally or other reasons that prevents independent comments and suggestions, the reviewer should notify the journal editor and reject the evaluation of the article.
  3. Reviewer should be evaluated in their field of expertise, by considering the importance of the content of the article to that field quality of analysis and the concentration of the work. Unsupported personal opinions should not be used as a basis for judging articles.
  4. Reviewer must identify key research results and consistent with the article being evaluated but the author did not refer. In addition, if there are any parts of the article that are similar or duplicate with other works, reviewer must also notify the editors.