This journal is following of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and complies with the highest ethical standards in accordance with ethical laws.
Journal of World Sociopolitical Studies is committed to preserve publication ethics. Any
defiance from ethical standards of publication on the part of authors would withdraw the
article from consideration.
- The submission process requires authors to declare the originality of their papers. Any
signs of plagiarism make us withdraw the paper from consideration. Cases of plagiarism
include: A) Copying the content of another author’s work without reference to the original
work. It may include either words or data in the form of tables, figures and pictures, (literal
copying of any content to the article is only permitted when quotation marks are used around
the copied content). B) Using ideas or judgment of another author without reference to the
original work. It also includes paraphrasing another author’s words. C) Re-producing parts of
one’s own previous works and presenting it as a new article without reference to the original
work. D) Translation of an article or book chapter from another language and presenting it as
an original work.
- Authors are required to declare the originality of the data and conclusions they have
used to write the article. Cases of fraud include: A) inventing data in the form of tables,
figures, images, interviews, quotations, etc. and using them as if they are real ones. B)
making changes to real data and using it to get to the desired conclusions. it may include
omission or modification of either quantitative or qualitative data.
- Authors are required to declare that their article has neither been published (either
electronically or on paper) nor accepted nor is it under consideration in other journals. They
should also confirm that they would not send the article to any other journal until they receive
the review results from World Sociopolitical Studies. As soon as detected, dual submission
would lead to the withdrawal of the article from the review process.
- Authors are required to declare that they have (and would) not send a translation (in any
language) of their article to any other journal worldwide.
- For all manuscripts, non-discriminatory language is mandatory. Sexist or racist terms
must not be used.
- Authors have to consider the list and order of authors before submission. No additions
and deletions or rearrangements in the list of authors would be accepted.
- To avoid conflict of interests, authors are requested to declare whether (and how) their research has been financially
supported either by individuals, organizations or governments. (conflict of interests form)
- The copy right of manuscripts are to be given to the journal by authors; and they may
reproduce the content of their published articles as book chapters with permission on demand.