Publication Ethnics

Al'Adzkiya International of Education and Social (AIoES) Journal follow the guidelines established by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) in all matters relating to publicity ethics, in particular, research and publication error protocols. Farmatera adapted COPE to meet high ethical standards aimed at editors, writers, and bestari partners. The issuer has no right to interfere with the integrity of the contents of the paper and is only responsible for publishing periodically and on time.


For Editors

  1. The Editor is responsible for each manuscript / manuscript published in the Indonesian Journal of Education and Mathematical Science (IJEMS).
  2. Editor Hasus confirms that the author follows the writing procedures in the Indonesian Journal of Education and Mathematical Sicence (IJEMS).
  3. The Editor can communicate with the Journal Manager, other Editors and Bestari Partners in making a Final Decision.
  4. The Editor must provide an objective evaluation of the manuscript regardless of aspects of citizenship, ethnicity, political affiliation, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, seniority, or affiliation of the author's institution.
  5. The editor must reject the assignment when there is a potential conflict of interest
  6. The editor must ensure that the manuscripts sent to bestari partners do not contain information about the author, and vice versa.
  7. Editor's decisions must be submitted to the author accompanied by bestari partner responses, except those that are personal or defamatory.
  8. The editor must respect the request of the author who refuses the individual to evaluate the manuscript as long as the reason is acceptable.
  9. If the Editor finds or suspects a violation. writing and authorship conflict, editors can follow the guidelines in the COPE flow chart in overcoming authorship conflicts.
  10. The editor and all staff must guarantee the confidentiality of all sent manuscripts.


For Reviwers

  1. Bestari partners are asked to provide possible comments in research manuscripts, if they are found to find errors in writing procedures, publication ethics and publishing
  2. Bestari's partners are expected to complete the work on the specified time and provide information to the Editor if they are unable to meet the specified deadline.
  3. Bestari partners must be able to be the confidentiality of the writer's manuscript.
  4. Bestari partners may not accept manuscripts for assessment, if there is a potential for a conflict of interest or competitive, collaborative, or other relationship with any author, company or institution.
  5. Bestari partners must ask Editor's attention / attention to the similarity of the substance or overlap between the manuscripts being considered and other publication papers that have other writers' similarities.
  6. Information or special ideas obtained through peer review must be kept confidential and not used for personal gain.


For Writers

  1. The author must be able to ensure that the manuscript / manuscript has never been published before or has never transferred the rights to the article to another party.
  2. The author ensures that the authenticity of human beings from the results of his work and follows the rules of quoting in accordance with the reference format that is adjusted.
  3. The author must not be involved in plagiarism or auto-plagiarism.
  4. The author must follow the procedures / rules of writing the predetermined Farmatera Bulletin
  5. The author does not send manuscripts / texts together with the same topic and title to other journals.
  6. The author must be able to provide information and make detailed research data related, if the editor finds allegations of misrepresentation or forgery or plagiarism in the manuscript / manuscript.
  7. If an author discovers errors or inaccuracies that affect the manuscripts / texts that have been sent, the writer must immediately notify the Editor or Journal manager to immediately withdraw the writing and correct the manuscript / manuscript.
  8. Authors are not permitted to withdraw articles that are being reviewed by reviewers before being returned by reviewers to the Editor.