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• Authors have an obligation to present an accurate account of research performed and are responsible for complete reporting of the observations made and data collected.
• Authors must relate their work to that of others, clearly attributing any and all statements, equations, figures, and tables derived from others’ work to their original source, and provide complete and accurate citations so that the readers can objectively evaluate the work.
• Authors must describe the safeguards used to meet both formal and informal standards of ethical conduct of research (approval of research protocol by an institutional committee, procurement of informed consent, adherence to codes of ethical conduct for the treatment of human or animal subjects, and maintenance of confidentiality of personal data etc.).
• Authors must ensure that manuscripts accepted for publication are free of any kind of prejudice, especially gender and racial stereotyping.
• Authors must avoid dividing research results into many papers/ and or manuscripts, or submitting trivial reports. This practice not only multiplies the effort of Editors and referees, but it also requires readers to search for several publications instead of one.
• The corresponding author(s) must warrant that all co-authors have read and approved the manuscript as submitted. When dealing with manuscripts with more than one author, the Editor will assume that the corresponding author is authorized to respond on behalf of the group.
• Authors must identify the sources of all information and material obtained privately by including citations to personal communication and unpublished data.
• When a work contains material (e.g. tables, figures, and charts) that is protected by copyright, it is the responsibility of the author(s) to obtain any formal and informal approval or clearance, or to secure written permission from the copyright holder (usually the publisher). Letters of permission must be sent to the Editorial Office before final acceptance of the manuscript.
• Authors are responsible for disclosing any information that may affect the acceptance or rejection of the manuscript. This includes indicating whether the work has been previously presented in any format (conference proceedings, abstract publication, etc.) and submitting a list of related manuscripts that the author has in press or under consideration by another publisher. The work will be considered for publication only with the understanding that it has not already been submitted to, accepted by, or published elsewhere.


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Department of Publishing, Journalism and Communication Studies


The Department of Library, Records Management


Department of Communication Studies


Department of Information Technology