Publication Ethics

1, The international studies journal (ISJ) follows the ethics of COPE.

2. Articles which are submitted to international studies journal (ISJ) should be the result of the research and scientific work of the author or authors and be in the specialized field of the Journal.

3. Articles submitted to international studies journal (ISJ), it is required from the authors to avoid any academic theft and at the same time strictly observe the principles and rules of scientific work in the field of research.

4. When submitting a paper to International Studies journal (ISJ) it should not be in the process of judgment or publishing as a whole or in part in any magazine inside or outside of the country.

5. The responsibility for accuracy of the articles contents submitted to the International studies Journal (ISJ) lies within the responsibility of author or authors.

6. The international studies journal (ISJ) is free to edit, print or modify an article.

7. The professors who are in charge of the international studies journal (ISJ) are committed to impartial review of all articles and there is no discrimination in all stages of receiving or evaluating the articles.

8. Articles submitted to the international studies journal (ISJ) will be reviewed depending on the date they are received and at the same time no articles will be prioritized for publishing.

9. The international studies journal (ISJ) doesn’t show any favor to any person or article and examines the articles solely on the basis of scientific principles and criteria.

10. Articles judgment in the international studies journal (ISJ) is closed and judges are committed to the impartial assessment of the articles. They review and evaluate the articles only on the basis of scientific and professional criteria.

11. The international studies journal (ISJ) uses special Persian and English systems for the purpose of detecting scientific theft in articles.

12. As an article is being reviewed in international studies journal (ISJ) and becomes clear that it has scientific theft or is not the result of research and scientific work of an author or authors, at each stages of evaluation process, it will be removed.

13. After accepting or publishing an article in the International studies journal (ISJ) if it becomes clear that the article has theft of science or was not the result of scientific and research work of the author or authors, the article which was supposed to be included in that issue on the journal website will be deleted from the journal system and the issue will be notified to the relevant scientific authorities through a letter by the journal board of directors.