Plagiarism Code of Ethics & Policy

Article Writing Code of Ethics

1). The author is responsible for the overall contents of the article which includes methods, analysis, calculations and details.
2). The author responds promptly to comments made by peer reviews in a professional and timely manner.
3). Authors must inform editors if they retract their papers.
4). The author describes the limitations in this study.
5). The author respects the publisher if the post submitted, for one reason or another, does not get published.
6). The author informs the editors of papers that are part of a gradual, multidisciplinary study and different perspectives.
7). The author makes the statement that the paper sent for publication is original, has never been published anywhere in any language, and is not in the process of being submitted to other publishers.
8). If there are errors in the paper, the writer must immediately notify the editor or publisher.
9). The use of materials from other publications that are protected by copyright, must be given written permission and gratitude.
10). The author refers to the work of others who are accordingly quoted and quoted in the paper.
11). When presenting new findings or enhancing discoveries, the writer must mention the previous work, researcher / writer / founder.
12). Authors are not allowed to provide bibliographies of publications if they do not read publications.
13). If requested, the authors prepare evidence that the research meets the ethical requirements of the study including field notes.
14). The author responds if there are comments or feedback after the paper is published.


Plagiarism Policy

Which is included in plagiarism as follows:
1). Refer to and / or cite terms, words and / or sentences, data or information from the source without quoting the source in the quotation note and / or without adequately stating the source.
2). Refer to or quote random terms, words or sentences and information from the source without quoting the source in the quotation note or without expressing the source adequately.
3). Use ideas, opinions, views or theories without adequately stating the source.
4). Formulate your own words or sentences from the source of words or phrases, ideas, opinions, views, or theories without expressing the source adequately.
5). Submitting scientific work produced or published by others as a source of scientific work without sufficient disclosure.

Plagiarism Checking

The editor checks plagiarism 1 time before it is published: The article is checked again using Turnitin after the article is declared eligible for publication and is carried out before the article is published.


If the author is proven to be duplicating, fabricating, falsifying, plagiarism, or publishing one manuscript in two or more different journals, the author is sanctioned in the form of article revocation, publication cancellation, the author becomes a blacklist from PEKEMAS: Journal of Community Service