Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism, the unethical act of appropriating someone else’s ideas, results, or words without proper acknowledgment, is strictly prohibited by the journal. Authors are reminded of the significance of crediting previous authors within the context of their research. To ensure adherence to ethical standards, all submitted manuscripts undergo a plagiarism check using designated software. If instances of plagiarism are detected during the initial review stages, the manuscripts will be automatically rejected and excluded from consideration for publication in the journal. Manuscripts that include plagiarized materials are inconsistent with the standards of quality, research, and innovation upheld by the journal. Authors are strongly encouraged to comply with the ethical guidelines of the journal and refrain from engaging in any form of plagiarism.