There are standards of publishing ethics to ensure high-quality scientific publications, public confidence in scientific results, and recognition of people for their work and ideas.
The journal and its editors follow the https principles of the Public Ethics Committee (COPE):
All authors must make a significant contribution to all or any of the following:
- research design or data collection,
- Analysis and interpretation of data,
- Write articles or critically revised for important intellectual content,
- Final approval of the version to be delivered.
Corresponding authors must ensure that all authors approve the proposal.
Corresponding authors ensure that all authors are aware of their responsibilities.
Authors should carefully review the list of authors and orders before submitting their manuscript and provide a complete list of authors upon initial submission. All changes to the list of authors (including reclassification, additions, and deletions) must be made only before acceptance of the manuscript.
All changes to the list of authors (before acceptance of the manuscript) must be accompanied by a justification for this action and the approval of all authors. This must be stated in the letter to the editor when submitting the revised manuscript and signed by all authors.
If the manuscript has already been published, requests for author changes will not be processed.
All parties and contributors who provide free assistance must be credited with their permission at the end of the text before references
Declarations and Conflict of Interest
A conflict of interest arises when it can reasonably be assumed that matters outside the research will affect the neutrality or objectivity of the work or its evaluation.
All authors must disclose any financial or personal affiliation with organizations or individuals that may influence or falsify their work.
All funding sources, sponsors, or national sources must be credited after the titled Acknowledgments section.
If in doubt, express possible interest or speak to an editor. Fines may be imposed for unreported benefits. Submissions with undeclared inconsistencies that are later discovered may be rejected or, if published, withdrawn.
Upon submission, you will be asked to complete and download a "Disclosure Form" to disclose funding and conflicts of interest.
If no interest is expressed, the author states as follows:
"We certify that none of the authors has financial competition or conflict of interest."
COI does not necessarily preclude the publication of work or participation in the review process. However, they must be published. A clear statement of potential conflicts - whether they have a tangible impact - allows others to make informed decisions about their work and review processes.
Conflicts include the following
Funds and other payments, goods, and services received or expected by the author in connection with the subject of the work or from organizations with interest in the work.
serve on an advisory board or as a member of an organization interested in the work.
Patents or trademarks owned by the person or organization.
Friends, family, relationships, and other close personal relationships.
Beliefs or activism, such as politics or religion, are related to work.
A competitor or someone whose work is being criticized.
The text must be written in good English (US or British use is allowed, but not a combination of the two).
Authors who believe their English manuscript may need editing to eliminate possible grammatical or spelling errors and adhere to correct academic English may wish to engage a professional English editing service.
Manuscripts should use inclusive language to ensure diversity, teach respect for all, and promote equal opportunity.
- Does not contain statements about the beliefs or obligations of the reader.
- does not contain anything to suggest that one person is better than another because of race, gender, culture, or any other characteristic.
Upon submission of the article, the author must enter into an "Authorship, Contribution and Copyright Agreement," conveying and assigning all rights, interests, and copyrights in work for publication.
As the author, you (or your employer or institution) have certain rights to reuse your work.
The journal is committed to protecting authors and defending their work and reputation and takes allegations of defamation, plagiarism, ethical disputes, and fraud very seriously.
The journal gives authors the right to share articles they receive via social media to increase their impact on research.
Duplicate submission and redundant publication
JEEYAL only considers original content, i.e., previously unpublished articles and languages other than English. Articles based on content that previously only appeared on preprint servers, institutional archives, or theses will be considered.
Submitted manuscripts may not be sent to other journals during processing and must be deleted before being sent to other locations. Sanctions may be imposed on authors whose articles can be found elsewhere simultaneously.
Suppose authors have used their previously published or under review work as the basis for their submitted manuscript. In that case, they must reference the previous article and indicate how the submitted manuscript differs from their previous work. Reuse of the author's own words outside of the method must be attached or quoted in the text. Reusing the author's images or significant words may require permission from the copyright owner, which is the author's responsibility to obtain.
We will consider other versions of a paper published at a conference if credited in the cover letter. The previous version was cited and discussed, contains significant new content, and all necessary approvals were obtained.
Overpublishing and improperly cutting research into more than one article (also known as salt withholding) can result in the rejection of submitted manuscripts or requests for merging and corrections to published articles. Posting the same or similar articles multiple times can result in the article being retracted and penalized by the author.
Fabrication and falsification
Authors of submitted manuscripts or published articles found to falsify or distort results, including image manipulation, may be subject to sanctions, and published articles may be withdrawn.
If JEEYAL becomes aware of a publication that violates our Ethics Policy, sanctions may be imposed:
- Rejection of manuscripts and other manuscripts sent by the author.
- No transfers are allowed for 1-3 years.
- Prohibition to act as an editor or reviewer.