Publication Ethics Statement

Publication Ethics Statement

This statement represents an agreement upon standards of expected ethical behavior for all parties involved in the process of publishing (the author/s, the editor, the peer reviewer and the journal editorial board). The ethics statements for Journal of Applied Science-Humanities Series (JJOAS-H) are based on the committee on publication ethics (COPE) best practice guidelines for journal editors. The evaluation process of any submitted paper is fair as the manuscripts are evaluated for intellectual content, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the author(s).


Using someone else's words, ideas, facts, or other sources of material without giving credit to the original creators is known as plagiarism. It is vital to note that plagiarism can therefore happen with regard to any kind of source or media, including: written content, graphics, photos, lengthy quotes, recordings, etc.; content that is downloaded from websites on the Internet or extracted from manuscripts or other media; and published and unpublished content, such as talks, presentations, MA dissertations, and PhD theses. Our journal's editorial staff has the right to use various technological tools to verify each contribution for plagiarism, and we will not tolerate it under any circumstances. Submissions that appear to involve plagiarism, whether in full or in part, will be rejected right away. If plagiarism is found after a manuscript has been published, we will speak with our editors about how to proceed with corrections, restrictions on the author(s), or full retraction. In the event that any portion of the submitted work appears to be inconsistent with the remainder of the work, we also anticipate that our readers, reviewers, and editors will report any suspicions of plagiarism.

Reused and Redundant Publication

Redundant or reused publication ensues when an author(s) appropriates a work, or significant portions of a work, and submits it to multiple journals more than once without following cross-referencing guidelines or offering adequate explanation for the overlap in publications. This might occur in one language or multiple languages, in our instance Arabic and English. Significant overlaps between publications are not supported or acknowledged by us unless the following conditions are met: the original publication gives the editors' clear consent; the author(s) cites the original source; and the editors concur that the overlap will improve the scholarly discourse.
 Authors should ensure that their manuscripts are not being considered for publication elsewhere, whether they are accepted for publication or in press in a different journal, book, or other location. This is because we want our readers, reviewers, and editors to bring up any concerns regarding reused or redundant publication. 
 It is recommended that authors review their submitted field study for ethical reasons and eliminate any biases or provocations against vulnerable people, the beliefs of religious minority, outsiders, or even endangered animals. Relevant editorial members review submissions and grant approval if the study complies with international ethical and legal research standards. As a result, before submitting to us, authors are expected to respect the right to privacy of human participants and obtain the necessary authorization from them to publish.

Conflicts of Interest and Funding

Any potential conflicts of interest that might compromise the objectivity of the research should be disclosed by the authors. Financial, professional, or personal conflicts of interest may have an unfair impact on how a piece of work is presented, reviewed, or published.

Defamation and Freedom of Expression

While we value the right to free speech, we don't publish offensive remarks that injure the reputations of people, organizations, or institutions.

Image Manipulation, Falsification, and Fabrication

Researcher’s risk having their findings and importance rejected for misleading reasons if they alter the photographs they use as key sources of information. We highly advise authors to provide these photos as they are in the original sources, unless there are good reasons to alter them. Modifications made to the source images might readily result in the fabrication, falsification, or distortion of the intended outcomes.

Research Frauds and Misconduct

JJOAS-H always try to make sure that all of the research that is submitted has ethical content. If any research is found to contain false data or findings, the published work will be updated or withdrawn, and the author(s) will be formally informed of our decision.

Transparency and data support 
 Openness and transparency about all forms of research material are essential elements of our publication ethics rules. It is required of authors to keep precise records of the evidence they use. This is required to offer or grant access to this supporting evidence upon request, as well as to assist others in comprehending and validating new discoveries.

Integrity of Record

JJOAS-H keeps a flawless record of every piece of writing that has been published, and we never alter or manipulate how our academic records are presented—not even for commercial gain. Our journal's published material goes into great depth on each publication. If we need to make any changes to the publication records, we try our best to keep our records intact.
 Every contributor to our publication, regardless of field of study, is treated with the utmost care and respect. Apart from the aforementioned broad guidelines, our publication and editorial staff are also accountable for replying to every author across many fields of study with regards to ethical questions and guidelines that suit their field and topic. The editor-in-chief can be reached by email, if the author(s) have any questions about the publication ethics, guidelines, or processes.