- Describe thoughts or research results clearly, honestly, and without plagiarism.
- Do not send articles that are being reviewed by peer reviewers to other journals or other published media
- Cite thoughts or works of other authors following the Bonafide style of writing
- Write articles under the standards of applicable scientific papers.
- Entrust the editorial process in editing articles that not altering the substance or the main idea of the manuscript.
- Decide which articles are worthy of publication taking into account the applicable provisions concerning publishing, including issues of defamation, copyright infringement, and plagiarism.
- Ensuring that the process of reviewing and accepting articles and making of decisions to publish manuscripts is base on the right of equality of treatment by not distinguishing race, sex, ethnicity, nationality, or ideology of the author
- Ensure that the review of each article is carried out with a double-blinded review system.
- Will not use articles that not publish for personal benefit, but return them directly to the authors.
Peer Reviewer Responsibilities
- Provide recommendations regarding the reviewed article
- Review articles objectively and argumentatively
- Correct each quote, reference, and plagiarism of the paper reviewed
- Refuse to review article that is not meet their field of expertise
- Refuse to review an article if there is no enough time to do it
- Complete the review of papers on schedule
- Hold and treat all the article information as confidential and not use it for personal gain