Publication Etichs

The publication ethics of the Consitutitonale journal is an important milestone in the development of science because ethics itself is a direct reflection of the quality of the authors' work and the institutions that support the author. Consitutitonale has a commitment in ethical standards for publication by providing quality journals, so if the articles do not comply with Consitutitonale standards and the articles have an indication of plagiarism, we will report them. In this case, Consitutitonale uses plagiarism detection software to check every article submitted to our journal to be free from plagiarism. In addition, the Faculty of Law, Universitas Lampung, and the Consitutitonale Editorial Board will communicate with other journals and / or publishers when it is needed during the publishing process. Thus, it is important to agree on ethical standards for all parties involved in publishing Consitutitonale, such as authors, editors, reviewers, publishers, and the public.

 

Authors:

The authors have to ensure that they have written original works by making a statement letter. The statement letter stated that the article has not been published anywhere and in any language, and is not in the process of being sent to another publisher.

The authors have to complete the criteria of the Consitutitonale template before the article submitted to Consitutitonale.

The authors have responsibility for the content of the article, including the abstract, background, methods, discussion, and bibliography.

The authors have to acknowledge all sources of data used in their article as an appreciation of the other research.

The authors have the commitment to revise any comments from peer reviewers and the editorial board with professional, scientific and on time.

The authors have coordination with the editorial board or managing editor if they wants to retract the article.

If the authors find fundamental errors or inaccuracies in the submitted article, the authors have to provide suggestions and input by cooperation with the editorial board journal to improve their article.

 

Editorial Board:

Editorial boards have a commitment to improve the quality of the publication.

Editorial boards have to apply the publishing process objectively for every article.

Editorial boards have to strict in potential breaches of data protection and author confidentiality.

Editorial boards have the responsibility for article style and format, but the content and all statements in the article are the responsibility of the author.

Editorial boards have to active in seeking opinions from authors, readers, and peer reviewers to improve publication quality.

Editorial boards have to conduct periodic internal evaluations on the quality of journals.

Editorial boards have to open in new opinions or views from others that may conflict with personal opinions for the advancement of science.

Editorial boards have to avoid subjective decisions by not defending personal opinions, authors or the opinions of third parties.

Editorial boards have to encourage every author to make improvements to the article until the article is fit for publication.

 

Reviewers:

The reviewers have to keep confidential authors Information regarding articles submitted and the articles may not be shown or discussed with others unless authorized by the editor.

The reviewers have to evaluate manuscripts based on content without regard to ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship, religious belief, or political philosophy of the authors.

The reviewers have to review articles and submit the review results to the editor, as a determinant of the eligibility of the papers to be published.

The reviewers have to ensure that authors have included all data sources used in their articles.

The reviewers do not conduct scientific studies of papers involving them, directly or indirectly.

The reviewers have to provide suggestions, input, and positive recommendations.

The reviewers have to encourage authors to make improvements to the article.

Articles are reviewed on time according to the Consitutitonale Journal template and based on scientific principles (data collection methods, author legality, conclusions, etc.)

 


      

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