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Publication Ethics

Publication Ethics

International Journal of Education and Language Studies IJEL emphasizes the importance of strict adherence to ethical policies and standards to ensure to add of high-quality research articles to the field of scholarly publication. Unfortunately, cases of plagiarism, data falsification, inappropriate authorship, and the like, do arise. To verify the originality of content submitted to our journals, we use iThenticate to check submitted articles.


Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement Guidelines Editorial Duties and Responsibilities:

Publication Decisions

The editorial board is the responsible body for approving the publication of the scientific research submitted to the journal. Papers submitted to the journal are evaluated to ensure that they meet all the criteria of the publication’s terms and conditions regardless of race, gender, religious background, ethnicity, nationality, and political philosophy. What is taken into consideration is the scientific value, ethical criteria of work, scientific research integrity, language, citation and plagiarism. The editorial board panel is committed to improving the scientific sobriety of the journal through the publication of research according to their importance, clarity, originality and their accordance with the terms and conditions announced to the researchers.

Standards of Objectivity

The objective criteria in arbitration is a must and the personal judgment concerning authors is not allowed and disregarded. The arbitration must be reinforced by clear opinions and scientific arguments and it must be in accordance with the regulations and approved criteria of “publication terms” of the journal.

Multiple, Redundant, or Concurrent Publication

Researchers should not send their work to more than one journal; otherwise, it would be against the discipline of the publication. It is not permitted for researchers to submit a manuscript being evaluated to another journal that has its own policy of publication. In the case of submitting a manuscript, a researcher can retain the published material.

Fundamental Errors in Published Works

Researcher(s) should notify the editor or the publisher in case of misstatements in the material of their manuscripts in order to do the needed corrections. When authors discover a significant error or inaccuracy in the published research, they should inform and cooperate with the editor or the publisher of the journal in order to undo or correct their researches.

IJEL comply with I4OC standards for open citations, the I4OC standards ask that citations are structured, separable, and open. For more information please click HERE

For more information about documented practices in several areas for publication ethics, please click HERE