Plagiarism is work intentionally or unintentionally obtained or carried out that obtains credit or value for scientific work, by quoting part or all of the related works and / or scientific works as scientific works, without the appropriate and appropriate sources of information.
For this reason:
Articles must be original, have never been published, and are not in the process of waiting for publication elsewhere. Material that was taken verbally from other sources needs to be revised more clearly than the original text.
If the plagiarism is identified, the Editor in Chief is responsible for the review of the article and will determine actions according to the level of plagiarism sought, with the following guidelines:
The level of plagiarism
1. Copying some short sentences from other articles without mentioning the source. Action: The author has the right to change and ask to change the text and quote correctly.
2. Copying most of the other articles cited incorrectly and not citing the source. Actions: Articles that are permitted for publication in JILP Journals and Authors can be allowed for publication in JILP Journals
All article writers are responsible for the content of the articles they submit because they all publish JILP Journal Ethics Statement. If the article is classified as plagiarism, then all writers will be subject to the same actions.
If the author is proven to submit a manuscript to the JILP Journal in full, it is also sent to other journals, and this overlap is found during the review process or after publication, according to the action according to point 2 above.
If actions are found that are in accordance with the provisions, JILP Journal editors are entitled to provide actions that are in accordance with the policies of the team editor.