These ethical considerations should be taken into account by the respected authors:
1. Permission to reprint or adapt the work of others.
If your paper includes material borrowed from another source, you must cite the original source in your paper.
2. The authors should not falsify or fabricate data, data sources, findings, claims, or credentials.
3. According to American Educational Research Association (AERA)’s codes of ethics, no manifestations of discrimination in regard to race; ethnicity; culture; national origin; gender; sexual orientation; gender identity; age; religion; language; disability; health conditions; socioeconomic status; marital, domestic, or parental status should be found in the submitted manuscripts.
4. All the authors should get the informed consent of the participants of their studies. In consonant, protection of participants’ privacy and maintaining their anonymity should be meticulously considered in the manuscripts.
5. Protecting confidentiality.
When researchers use case studies to describe their research, they are prohibited from disclosing "confidential, personally identifiable information concerning their patients, individual or organizational clients, students, research participants, or other recipients of their services.
6. Conflict of Interest
In all scientific disciplines, professional communications are presumed to be based on objective interpretations of evidence and unbiased interpretation of fact. An author's in economic and commercial interests in products or services used or discussed in a paper may color such objectivity. When you submit your manuscript, you may be asked to verify that you have complied with ethical standards in the conduct of your research. You may also be asked to disclose potential conflicts of interest and to indicate financial agreements or affiliations with any product or services used or discussed in your papers as well as any potential bias against another product or service.
7. All authors have significantly contributed to the research;
8. Authors include statement that all data in article are real and authentic;
Authorship of the paper is accurately represented, including ensuring that all individuals credited as authors participated in the actual authorship of the work and that all who participated are credited and have given consent for publication.
Duties of Reviewers
- Contribution to Editorial Decisions
- Standards of Objectivity
- Acknowledgement of Sources
- Disclosure and Conflict of Interest