Allegations of Misconduct

Guidelines for the Journal of the College of Education for Girls for Human Sciences regarding scientific misconduct

The Journal of the College of Education for Girls for Humanities is keen on the principle of monitoring and following up on all cases of wrongful research misconduct and follows all available procedures and means in order to prevent the publication of research that is not unified with a single research behavioral methodology. The journal also seeks to maintain the highest ethical standards for the scientific materials that it publishes. For this purpose, the journal followed international standards and guidelines

The position of the Journal of the College of Education for Girls for Humanities regarding the specific ethical aspects of incorrect research behaviors and reporting them, and in this regard, it provides the authors with a set of directions regarding the ethical standards that all researchers must adhere to in their submitted scientific research, and defines the framework of procedures that Take action in the event of breaches of these standards.

The Journal of the College of Education for Girls for Humanities is very careful about scientific research misconduct and follows all available means to prevent the spread of this wrong phenomenon. Although there is no unified definition of research misconduct, the Board of Science Editors defines research misconduct broadly in three categories of procedures. And behaviors. The Women's College of Education Journal for the Humanities uses this definition of misconduct in dealing with this issue and strictly follows the Continuation of Scholarly Publication Ethics (COPE) scheme in dealing with research misconduct. As follows:

  • Mistreatment of research subjects.
  • Falsifying and fabricating data.
  • Hacking and plagiarism

The most prominent examples of scientific misconduct are:

  • Violating the ethical standards of research: failure to adhere to the correct scientific standards and standards set by the journal for writing research concerned with the human aspect.
  • Fabricating and falsifying the scientific data and information contained in the research paper. Forgery is defined as tampering with research materials to reach a favorable result, for example, changing the proportions of data, manipulating the scientific results of some research, using ready-made scientific materials without indicating their original owners, which is what we call (text plagiarism). scientific) and other cases
  • Repeated publication of the same research paper, meaning that many researchers publish the same scientific material in different journals, and this is what the magazine considers a violation and contradiction to the principle of transparency in scientific publishing and duplication in publishing research data.
  • Manipulating the names of authors: meaning that there are cases in which researchers delete the original author of the article or add an author who did not originally participate in writing the research, which is called (the guest author).