ISSN 1999 - 9801
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Requirements for compliance with publication ethics in the preparation and publication of the journal “Bulletin of AUPET” journal apply to all participants in the publishing process for authors, editors and reviewers. The editors of “Bulletin of AUPET” magazine are committed to fulfilling ethical requirements recommended by international organizations and publishers.
Ethics requirements: development by the Committee on Publication Ethics, UK, Elsevier Publishing House (Netherlands), and the Declaration on the Ethical Principles of Scientific Publications developed by the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers (ANRI), Russian Federation.
If you intend to become a member of the publishing process of the “Bulletin of AUPET” journal as an author of a scientific publication, editor, reviewer, we ask you to familiarize yourself and comply with the basic requirements for the ethics of publishing.
The following is the full text of the Declaration (Equipment and news of radiation measurements): M.2016
Ethical standards of the editorial staff. The editorial team of the journal in its activities is guided by the principles of science, objectivity, professionalism, and impartiality.
1. A person who has largely participated in writing the work, in developing its concept, in scientific design, collecting material, analyzing and interpreting is the Author only; 2. The consent of all authors to the publication is mandatory. All collaborators must meet these criteria.
12. Coordination of the final text of the article with the author. The publication of an article under the author’s name implies the occurrence of copyright. The publication of a text that is not agreed with the author, as well as the introduction of unauthorized persons as co-authors, is a violation of copyright.
13. Terms of decision-making by the editors. Adoption of editorial decisions is carried out in a limited time and is set out in a clear and constructive form on the website of the publication in the instructions for the authors.
14. Interaction with scientific and professional associations. Editorial staff seeks to interact with professional scientific associations and industry communities in order to ensure the high quality of the work of scientists.
15. Prevention and correction of ethical violations. It is the duty of scientific editors to prevent situations when authors, reviewers, or other subjects involved in the production of scientific texts carry out unethical behavior, as well as ensure the removal of unscrupulous publications from the scientific space, and collaborate with the ethics council and scientific associations.
16. Conflict of interests. Editors urge authors to disclose relationships with industrial and financial organizations that could lead to conflicts of interest. All sources of funding should be indicated by the authors in the body of the article.
The Declaration on the Ethical Principles of Scientific Publications, developed by the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers, recognizes the following as unethical behavior in the field of scientific publications:
17. The requirement for authors to independently provide reviews of their own articles, as well as contractual and pseudo-reviews. This practice implies a lack of peer review in the journal.
18. Offer agency services. The provision of such services to authors as “turnkey publication”, correspondence with the editors on behalf of the author, finalization by the agent of articles on the recommendations of the reviewer, preparation of paid reviews.
19. Sale of co-authorship, gift co-authorship, changes in the composition of authors. Indication among authors of persons who have not made an intellectual contribution to the study is a violation of copyright and ethical standards, since it not only misleads readers, but is also considered fraud.
20. Publication of materials of correspondence "scientific" conferences. Since the practice of such conferences is directly related to fraud and fraud in the field of science, the publication of materials from these conferences is regarded as unethical, contributing to the distribution of pseudoscientific texts.
21. Transfer of texts of articles to other journals without the consent of the authors. The publication of an article in a journal that has not been agreed with the author is a violation of the interests of the author.
22. Transfer of materials of authors to third parties. The transfer of article materials sent to the editorial office to third parties, except for reviewers and editorial staff, is a violation of copyright and the principle of confidentiality of editorial processes.
23. Manipulations with citation. Artificial increases of scientometric indices, excessive self-quoting and friendly quoting; irrelevant links misleads readers and are interpreted as fraud.
24. Plagiarism, fraud and fabrication. The editors conscientiously work with the texts of articles, preventing the appearance of unscrupulous scientific publications on the pages of their publications containing plagiarism, falsification and fabrication of data.