Publication Ethics

The publication ethics statement applies to all individuals involved in the publishing process at JF Publisher, including the journal publisher, editorial board, reviewers, and authors. The authorship of the paper published in the JF Publisher Journal belongs to the authors, and publishing with JF Publisher is free of conflicts of interest. The authors should submit original and plagiarism-free content. The editorial board's decision to publish remains unchanged. The three main ethics of duties consist of Editor duties, Author Duties and Reviewer Duties.

Author’s Duties

  • Original Research and Plagiarism Free

Authors submit original research which present an accurate scope and significant objective discussion. In a research article, the data must be accurately presented. To enable people to cite the research idea, the study should have sufficient detail and references. The inaccurate claims and unethical behaviour are not acceptable. When the authors have utilized someone else's words or work, they should make sure that it has been properly cited or quoted. The authors should ensure that their writing is original.

  • Multiple Publication

The identical paper shouldn't be published by the author in more than one journal or major publication. It is inappropriate to submit the same work to multiple journals.

  • Authorship of Manuscript

Those who have contributed significantly to the manuscript allowed to be an author. Everyone who has contributed significantly should be acknowledged as authors and co-authors. The corresponding author is responsible for making sure that all co-authors are included on the article, have reviewed and approved the final draft, and are in agreement with the submission of the work for publication.

  • Fundamental Errors in Published Manuscript

The authors’ obligation is to inform the journal editor or publisher and work with editor to have the paper retracted or corrected when there is an error or inaccuracy in their own publisher manuscript.

Reviewer Duties

  • Objectivity Standard

Reviews should be conducted objectively and should formulated clear observation within the supporting arguments; therefore, authors can use it to improve the manuscript. It is not allowed to make personal criticism to author

  • Sources Acknowledgements

Any statement that uses an observation, deduction, or argument from a prior publication must be supported by the appropriate citation. Any similarities in the manuscript, as well as any other personal knowledge, should be reported to the editors (published and unpublished).

  • Conflicts of Interest

Any invited referee who has conflicts of interest should make declaration regarding their conflict of interest therefore alternative reviewers can be contacted.

Editor’s Duties

  • Editorial Decision Contribution

Reviewer support editors to make editorial decisions within the cooperation of authors, they assist authors to revise and improve their manuscripts. The editorial decision is a process which have an obligation to do a fair assessment on reviewing article.

  • Confidentiality

Every submitted manuscript are confidential documents and should be treated as confidential; the manuscript should not be shown to or discussed with others except it get authorized permission by Editor-in-Chief. It also applies for the internal and external reviewers.

  • Publication decisions

The editors ensure that every manuscript submitted is evaluated for publication and is subjected to peer review by at least two reviewers who are experts in each field. The Editor-in-Chief is in charge of selecting which of the manuscripts submitted to the journal will be published. This decision is made based on the validity of the work in question, its significance to researchers and readers, the reviewers' comments, and any applicable laws pertaining to libel, copyright infringement, and plagiarism. The Editor-in-Chief may consult with additional editors or reviewers when deciding this.