Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

1. Research on JNKTI Violation Policy

The purpose of this policy is to prevent any errors relating to research conducted for the journal and to suggest basic principles and structural procedures in relation to research integrity considerations necessary to ensure research ethics.

2. Range of research behavior

The error research suggested in this policy relates to fraud and refers to data fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, and improper authorship.

"Fabrication" refers to any action that involves the creation of false information about non-existent data or findings.
“Forgery” refers to the artificial manipulation of research materials/equipment/process or random modification/deletion of data resulting in distorted research content or research results.
"Plagiarism" refers to the act of hijacking other people's ideas, research content, and research results without approval or justifiable citation.
"Inappropriate writing" refers to cases where a person who has contributed to the research content or research results scientifically and technically does not qualify as an author or where a person who does not contribute to the research content or research results scientifically and technically but has been listed as an author just to say thank you or courtesy.
Deliberate actions to interfere with fraudulent investigations about themselves or others or actions that may harm the informant.
Unfair evaluation of other people's research or disclosure or piracy of research ideas or research results obtained during the evaluation process.
This is a very deviant act which is unacceptable in the scientific and technological community.

3. How does the journal handle errors in the publishing process?

Editors and publishers have an ethical obligation to:

Support the quality and ethics of the review process (pre-publication: removed; prevent)
Ensure correctness of published literature (post-publication: correct; communicate)
Educate (prevent)
The editor/journal has an ethical obligation to respond to and address any ethical allegations that may arise about the paper or papers published under review. Systems and procedures are in place to investigate and deal with situations of misconduct, including co-operation with investigations from funding agencies or agencies.