Publication Ethics

ADRJS rigorously implements ZERO tolerance policy on plagiarism, fabrication, and falsification of research data and information. Therefore, appropriate citations and referencing are amongst the most crucial requirements for ethical and original research or any type of manuscript that will be published by ADRJS.

Those statements constitute essential parts of the ADRJS Rules of Governance, and reflected in various forms within the functions of Editor-in-Chief, Editorial and Peer-Review Boards, Guidelines for Submission of Manuscripts by Authors, Citation and Referencing Style, Confidentiality Duty, Lapse of Time, and other editorial policies. Any diversion therefrom is considered as malpractice, and may be investigated according to the principles of equity and due process.

ADRJS strictly adheres to such Statements in its entire scientific publishing process, that will be systematically reviewed and updated to keep abreast with the latest development of internationally accepted publication ethics. For this purpose, ADRJS reserves the right to implement any changes to its existing editorial policies/rules/procedures/guidelines without prior notification to its stakeholders, although endeavors to minimize or eliminate any adverse effects.