Author roles and responsibilities
1. The author must certify that the article submitted for publication has never before been published in, nor is under consideration of any journal, nor is a reproduction, and nor is a result of its author’s infringe of the copyright of others.
2. Any article which is under the collaboration of more than one author must be approved by all of them.
3. The author(s) must study the authoring instructions in detail and write the article according to the requirement prescribed by the journal.
4. If there is in the article an application of someone else's work, the author is required to make an in-text citation and a reference list.
5. In case the author is a student, there should be in the article name(s) of the advisor(s) mentioned as one of the co-authors.
6. All the contents mentioned in the article are under the responsibility of the author. If there is a copyright infringement found, the author agrees to take all charges against it solely.
Editorial Board Responsibilities
1. The editor must consider the article’s quality paramilitarily without personal biases in all aspects before entering the assessment process.
2. The editor must not take into account any personal interests that may or may be desirable from accepting the article for publication.
3. Over the entire process of assessment, the editor is required to maintain information about the assessment of the article, without disclosing the information to unrelated persons that can lead to dishonour both the author and the journal.
4. If someone else's copy of work is detected while in an assessment process, the editor must immediately stop the assessment and contact the corresponding author for clarification. Doing so will help the editor decide whether to continue accepting it for publication or to reject it.
Reviewer roles and responsibilities
1. Over the entire process of assessment, the requirement upon the reviewer(s) is to maintain information about the assessment of the article, without disclosing the information to unrelated persons that can lead to dishonour both the author and the journal.
2. If the reviewer receives an article in which he or she may be involved or having a stake, either directly or indirectly, he or she should take immediate action to notify the editor.
3. The assessment should take place withintheperiodspecifiedbythe
4. The reviewer should assess the article relying on knowledge and academic proficiency for the author to make a revision based on the feedback mentioned, and for the article to attain academic quality and to be able to contribute some useful knowledge for society.