Publication Ethic

Statement on Publication Ethics and Plagiarism

Mu'allim Journal is a national journal in collaboration with Bestari which is published twice a year both in print and online by the Faculty of Islamic Religion, Yudharta Pasuruan Indonesia. This statement describes the ethical behavior of all parties involved in the publishing process including authors, Editorial Boards, Expert Editors and Publishers.

Publishing Ethics Guidelines Publishing

articles in Mu'allim is a very important process in developing coherent and respectful knowledge. This is a direct reflection of the quality of the work and the institutions the authors support the researchers. The articles reviewed contain and support the scientific methodology. Therefore, it is important to agree on standards of ethical behavior expected of all parties involved in the publishing process including authors, editors, expert editors, managing editors, publishers and the public.

The Faculty of Islamic Religion, Yudharta Pasuruan University, as the publisher of the Mu'allim journal, is responsible for overseeing all stages of publishing seriously and respecting ethics and other responsibilities. The agency ensures that any advertising and other commercial revenue does not impact or influence editorial decisions. In addition, it is also helpful to communicate with other journal publishers if they are useful and needed.

Publishing Decisions The

editor is responsible for deciding which articles to be submitted should be published. The validation of these works and their importance to both authors and readers should support that decision. Editors are guided by the policies of the journal's editorial board and restricted by laws covering defamation, copyright, and plagiarism. Editors can discuss with other editors or the assessment team to decide on policies.

Fairness

Editors always judge texts based on their intellectuality regardless of the author's race, gender, creed, ethnicity, nationality or political philosophy.

Confidentiality

Expert Editors and managing editors are prohibited from disclosing any information relating to the manuscripts sent to anyone other than the authors themselves, senior editors, bestari partners, and publishers.

Notices and Conflicts of Interest

All unpublished content written in the manuscript is prohibited from being used in the editor's own research without confirmation from the author.

Contribution toDecisions

Editor'sExpert Ranking Editors' ratings help editors make editorial decisions and through communication between editorials and authors, it can help writers to improve their articles.

Speed

Any selected rater who feels ineligible to assess a study published in the manuscript or knows that his assessment requires more time, should notify the editor and withdraw from the assessment process.

Confidentiality

Any text received that is judged should be treated as confidential. It may not be displayed or discussed with others without editor's authority.

Objectivity Standards

Assessment must be carried out objectively. The author's personal criticism is not justified. The assessor must express his views clearly using supporting arguments.

References Acknowledgments

Assessors must identify relevant articles that have not been cited by the authors. Any previously reported statements of observations, derivations or arguments must be accompanied by a relevant citation. The assessor must also ask the editor to pay attention to the similarities or overlaps between the texts that have been assessed and published.

Notices and Conflicts of Interest

Confidential information or arguments obtained through the judgment of expert editors must be kept confidential and should not be used for personal purposes. An appraiser cannot judge a manuscript if it has a conflict of interest with the author, company, or institution involved in writing the script.

Reporting Standards

Authors must present an accurate report on the article and an objective discussion of the significance of the article. Basic data must be presented accurately. Articles should contain sufficient detail and references to allow others to do the same research. Fraudulent statements or statements that are intentionally inaccurate are unethical and unacceptable behavior.

Originality and Plagiarism

Authors must ensure that they have written the original articles, in addition, they must quote correctly if they take other people's articles or words.

Multiple, Repetition or Coincidence

In general, an author is not allowed to have the same publication that has a similar research focus in more than one journal.