Publication Ethics and Plagiarism

Publication Ethics

A number of ethical policies have been developed by the Editorial Board in order to ensure that the studies published in the Journal of Education Theory and Practical Research (JETPR / EKUAD) are impartial and ethical. These policies cover the processes related to the authors, referees, editors and work. Ethical duties and responsibilities in EKUAD have been prepared by taking into consideration the publication policies of journals scanned in national and international fields and the guidelines and policies published by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) as open access.

Plagiarism Scan
All articles submitted to the Journal of Education Theory and Practice Research (JETPR / EKUAD) should be scanned in plagiarism programs such as iThenticate, Turnitin, Plagiarism and uploaded with an article file. In all candidate articles, the similarity rate should be at most 20% and within a reference should be at most 3%. EKUAD reserves the right to reject candidate articles that include academic plagiarism and exceed the specified rates at the editorial stage.