Publication Ethics

The author and the person active in the journal (editor of the journal, members of the editorial board, internal editor, editor and publisher) must have accepted the rules and ethical charter of the journal. The ethical charter in COPE is a guide for authors and agents active in this journal.
Scientific-research articles should be problem-oriented and innovative.
Publishing decisions
Copyright laws and copying of other literary works must be observed by the publication and the rights of individuals are protected at the time of publication.
Make fair decisions about articles
Decisions about articles should be made at any stage regardless of the authors' race, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnicity, citizenship, or political philosophy.
Confidentiality of information
The personal information of the authors of the articles should be kept strictly confidential to all persons who have access to it, such as the editor, members of the editorial board and the internal and executive director of the journal, and other active actors (other than the author). Protect it at all times.
Respect for the interests of individuals
The possibility of using the results of others' research should be done with the reference and written permission of the author.
Duties of judges
 1. Help editorial decisions
The judges should assist the editor of the journal in the qualitative, content and scientific review of the articles or help to improve and enhance the quality and content of the articles through the communication of the editorial members with the respected author.
 2. Speed ​​of action
The selected judges should immediately inform the editor of the publication about the results after the initial review, which includes:
Lack of judging the article is due to the lack of subject matter in the field of referee work, lack of time or ....
Arbitration is accompanied by delays due to busy time, lack of access to sufficient facilities, and so on
  3. Confidentiality of information
All information contained in the articles should be considered confidential to the arbitrator and the arbitrator should strive to maintain it.
 4. Arbitration by presenting scientific and transparent documents and arguments
The judging of articles should be based on scientific documents and sufficient reasoning, should be clearly stated and these documents should be presented to journals and authors and refrain from expressing taste, personal, racial and religious opinions, etc. in judging articles.
   5. Pay attention to the sources used in the article
Paying attention to the sources used in the article is another task of the judges. All research, topics and citations used in the article should be accompanied by a complete reference in the bibliography
  6. Lack of judging articles for personal purposes
Referees should not accept articles for which the interests of certain individuals, institutions and companies are obtained or personal relationships are observed.
Duties of authors
1. Presenting scientific and standard articles
Authors of articles should be prepared scientifically and coherently, according to the standard of publications. The method used in the article should be done accurately and objectively and the data should be reported correctly. The rights of other people in the article should be respected through full citations. Refrain from expressing sensitive and immoral issues, tastes and personalities, race and religion, and false and inaccurate information and translations of other people's works without mentioning the title in the article.
2. Provide raw data as needed
3. The author should be asked to provide, if necessary, raw data, interviews or questionnaires and other tools used in the research.
4. Originality of the presented article
Articles submitted by authors should be the work of the author of the article and any use of other people's research should be cited in the article.
5. Failure to publish an article or article accepted and published at the same time
It is against the law to submit an article to several publications at the same time or to articles published or accepted by other publications
6. Mention the appropriate reference
Referrals include all books, publications and Internet sites and other personal research in the bibliography
7. Mention the person in charge and colleagues in the article and be careful in the absence of unrelated names
The person in charge of the article is the person who has played a major role in preparing, preparing, designing and executing the article, and other authors are also mentioned as collaborators in the article. Ensure that there are no names other than the authors of the article. Also, all authors of the article have read and agreed to submit it.
8. Mention financial support
Authors should also submit all sponsorships for their article.
9. Announcing the existence of fundamental errors in articles
Whenever the author notices any errors or inaccuracies in his article, he informs the publication about it, takes action to correct it or withdraws the article.