Ethics of Scientific Publications
The editorial policy of the journal adheres to traditionally accepted international ethical principles, cf.: Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors and the Code of Conduct for the Journal Publisher developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
- The reliability of the presentation of the results of their research in the article. The description of the study should be sufficiently detailed to understand the essence of the work and refer to available sources of information.
- Independence of the text of the article and compliance with the requirements for the articles.
- The originality of the article. The author guarantees that the article and its materials are original, not previously published in Russian or other languages. If the article has already been published, the author must notify the editors. By submitting the article for consideration, the author confirms that it is not submitted for publication in another publication and will not be published in the future.
- More information on acceptable forms of secondary (repeat) publications can be found at www.icmje.org.
- In checking for plagiarism and duplication of work. Plagiarism means the use of ideas, methods and results of another author without his permission. Duplicate publication is not allowed – repetition of a previously published work or part of an author without the permission of the publication in which it was published. Any literal quotation from previously published works should be enclosed in quotation marks.