The journal publisher is committed to publishing high-quality research that is original, significant, and free from plagiarism. Plagiarism is defined as the use of another person's work without proper citation. Any paper that is found to be plagiarized will be rejected.
How Plagiarism is Detected
All submitted papers are checked for plagiarism using Turnitin, a plagiarism detection software. Turnitin compares submitted papers to a database of over 90 billion words, including scholarly articles, books, and other published works. If Turnitin finds that a paper has been plagiarized, the paper will be rejected.
What to Do If You Are Accused of Plagiarism
If your article is detected as a work of plagiarism, you will be given the opportunity to respond to the allegation. You may provide evidence that you did not plagiarize, such as original notes or drafts of your paper. You may also request a review of the plagiarism accusation by a panel of experts.
How to Avoid Plagiarism
It is a common phenomenon that an originally written paper can be accused of plagiarism, thus rendering it unqualified to be published. To prevent this from happening, it is important to understand what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. Here are some tips for avoiding plagiarism:
- Cite your sources. When you use someone else's work, be sure to cite it properly. This means including the author's name, the title of the work, and the publication information.
- Do not copy and paste text from other sources. If you need to use information from another source, be sure to paraphrase it in your own words.
- Use plagiarism detection software. Plagiarism detection software can help you to identify any instances of plagiarism in your work.
Plagiarism is a serious offense that can have serious consequences. The journal publisher is committed to publishing high-quality research that is free from plagiarism. By following the tips above, you can help to ensure that your work is original and free from plagiarism.