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Publication Ethics

Publication ethics guidelines exist to guarantee high-quality research publications, public confidence in scientific discoveries, and credit for their study and ideas.

Article Assessment

All manuscripts are subject to peer review and should follow academic performance requirements. The submissions shall be accepted by peer reviewers, whose names remain confidential to their authors, as authorized by the publisher. Our editorial team will periodically pursue guidance on, for example, serious legal, security, biosecurity, and/or society implications outside of regular peer review. Before deciding on suitable measures, we can contact experts and the Academic Editor, including hiring reviewers with special experience but not limited to evaluating additional editors and refraining from further consideration.


Authors shall not use without reference the titles, facts, or ideas of anyone. At the point at which the references are used both should be referenced, and wording reuse restricted and attributed to or quoted in the document. Manuscripts that have been considered to be plagiarised by other writers of a manuscript are disqualified or may be subject to rejection from publication.

Duplicate Submission

Manuscripts submitted to JOCSSES publications must not be submitted anywhere and revoked until they are submitted somewhere else. Sanctions can apply to authors whose publications have been submitted elsewhere at the same time. If authors have used their work, or are now under examination, as a source for a manuscript submitted, they must mention the prior publications, and explain how their manuscript submitted varies from their previous work. It should be assigned or cited in the text the reuse of authors' words outside the process.

Fabrication and Falsification

Authors/researchers of manuscripts or written papers proven to have produced or falsified the findings, including image editing, may impose fines, and articles published may be retracted.