Journal of Communication Science and Social Media follows the guidelines established by the Committee on Publication Ethics (Committee on Publication Ethics - COPE-) in all matters related to the ethics of publication. Journal of Communication Science and Social Media adapts COPE to meet the highest standards of ethics intended for editors, writers, and Reviewer. Publisher does not have the right to interfere with the integrity of the paper and is only responsible for publishing regularly and on time.
- Editor Party Must ensure that writers follow the procedures/rules of writing in the Journal of Communication Science and Social Media.
- The Editor can communicate with the Journal Manager, Editor, and Reviewer other in taking the Final Decision.
- Editors should refuse assignments when there is a possible conflict of interest
- The Editor must provide manuscripts assess objectively without seeing aspects of nationality, ethnicity, political affiliation, ethnicity, race, religion, gender, seniority, or institutional affiliation author.
- Editors should refuse assignments when there is a possible conflict of interes.
- Editors must ensure that the manuscript sent to reviewers do not contain information about the author, and vice versa
- Decisions editors must be delivered to the author with responses Reviewer, except for responses that are personal or libelous.
- Editors should honor requests from writers who refuse individuals to evaluate manuscripts for reasons unacceptable.
- When the Editor finds or suspects Violation action writing and conflict authorship, editors can follow the guidelines in the flow diagram in resolving conflict COPE authorship.
- Editor and all staff must ensure the confidentiality of all the manuscripts received
- Reviewers are asked to provide an assessment of the substance of the manuscript in accordance with the Focus and Scope Journal and provide recommendations on assessment.
- Reviewers are asked to provide comments on the manuscript, if it is suspected find procedural mistakes of writing, publishing and publishing ethics
- Mitra Bestari can complete work on at a predetermined time and provide information to the editor if they are unable to meet the time limit specified.
- Reviewers must be able to be confidential manuscripts Author.
- Reviewers should not accept manuscripts for appraisal, if potential conflicts of interest, both individually and collaboratively with any institution.
- Reviewers should ask for consideration to the Editor on the similarity of substance or overlap between the manuscript under consideration or manuscript that was published more in common with Author Author or other.
- privileged information or ideas obtained through peer review must be kept confidential and not used for personal gain.
- The author must ensure that the manuscript is original and not plagiarism.
- The author must ensure that the manuscript has not been published previously and have never been assigned the rights to the article to the other party.
- The author ensures that manuscript Send tends to the work itself and follow the standard rules in accordance with the format quoting the appropriate reference.
- The author must ensure that the manuscript is original and does not engage in plagiarism or automatic plagiarism and Self-Plagiarism
- Authors must follow the procedures established of Journal Communication Science and Social Media.
- The author does not send the manuscript together with the same topic and title to another journal.
- Authors should be able to provide information and make research data related details when the editor discovered the alleged doubts or falsification or plagiarism in the manuscripts.
- If the author finds any errors or inaccuracies that affect the manuscript which has been sent, the writer must promptly notify the Editor to immediately withdraw the manuscript writing and repairing.
- The author is not allowed to withdraw the article being reviewed by the reviewer before being restored by a Reviewer to the Editor.