It is mandatory for all authors to complete a quarterly commitment.
Author and contributors to the journal (Managing Editor, Journal Editor, Editorial Board, Special Editor, Domestic Editor, Editor and Publisher)
The laws and ethical charter of the journal had to be accepted and agreed upon.
Publishing and publishing decisions
Copyright and other copyright laws must be observed by the journal and the rights of individuals at the time of publication must be protected.
Make a fair decision about articles
Make decisions about articles at any stage regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religious, ethnic, citizenship, or political philosophy.
Confidentiality of information
The personal information of the authors of articles for anyone who has access to them, such as editor, editorial board, internal and executive director of the journal, and other active agents (other than the relevant author), such as reviewers, consultants, editors, and trustees, should be kept strictly confidential. Protect it at all times.
Observing the interests of individuals
Use of the results of others' research should be done with the author's explicit written permission.
Duties of the referees
1. Assist in editorial decision making
Judges assist the journal's editor in reviewing the quality, content and scholarship of the articles, or help improve the quality and content of the articles by contacting editorial staff with the respected author.
2- Speed of operation
Selected referees should, immediately after initial review, report to the editor-in-chief, including:
The lack of judgment in the article is due to the lack of a referee's work, lack of time or ...
Arbitration is delayed because of busy times, lack of access to adequate facilities, and so on.
3. Confidentiality of information
All information contained in the articles should be treated as confidential for the referee and the referee shall endeavor to maintain it.
4- Arbitrage by providing scientific and transparent documentation and reasoning
Arbitration of articles should be sufficiently scientific based and reasoned, clearly stated and presented to journals and authors, and refuse to comment on personal, racial, religious and other opinions.
5. Consider the sources used in the article
Considering the sources used in the article is another of the referees' tasks. All research, topics, and citations used in the article should be accompanied by a full reference to the library.
6. Non-judgment of articles for personal purposes
Referees should not accept articles for which the interests of particular individuals, institutions, and companies are acquired or viewed in personal relationships.
Duties of the authors
1- Providing scientific and standard papers
Authors of articles should prepare scientifically and coherently according to the standards of the journals. The method used in the article should be carefully and objectively reported and the data reported correctly. Through the full citation, the rights of other persons in the article are respected. Avoid expressing sensitive, immoral, personal, racial or religious topics and false and inaccurate information and translations of others' works without mentioning the article.
2- Provide raw data if needed
Ask the author to present and introduce raw data, interviews or questionnaires and other research tools if needed. Public access to this information (consistent with the ALPSP-STM Statement) helps improve the performance of articles.
3. Originality of the article presented
Articles submitted by authors should be the work of the author of the article and any use of other research by citing the source should be included.
4- Lack of publication of an article or paper accepted and published
It is against the law to submit an article to several journals or articles published or accepted in other journals.
5. Mention appropriate referral
References include mention of all books, journals and websites and other research on the library.
6) mentioning the responsible person and colleagues in the article and careful in the absence of irrelevant names
The person in charge of the article is the person who is responsible for the preparation, design, design and implementation of the article and other authors are listed as contributors to the article and the original author should be aware of the names and information of all authors and The absence of a name other than the authors of the article should ensure that all authors of the article have read and agreed to submit it.
7. Mention financial sponsors
Authors must also provide financial backing for their article.
8. Announcing major errors in articles
The author should, at any time, notice any errors or inaccuracies in the article in its article, to correct or retrieve the article.