Publication Ethics

Publication Ethics

The publication of a research in (QJHS) is to support the standard and respected knowledge transfer network. The journal publication ethics and publication malpractice statement are mainly based on the Code of Conduct and Best-Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors (Committee on Publication Ethics, 2011) which includes:

  1. General responsibilities of editors.

  2. Dealings with readers.

  3. Dealings with authors.

  4. Dealings with other editors.

  5. Dealings with editorial board members.

  6. Relations with journal owners and publishers.

  7. Editorial and peer review processes.

  8. Protecting individual data.

  9. Encouraging ethical and scientific research.

  10. Ensuring the integrity of the academic record.

  11. Intellectual property.

  12. Encouraging debate.

  13. complaints