Articles sent to OAD in accordance with the rules of publication are subject to plagiarism before publication. In plagiarism inspection, the similarity rate should not exceed 20%.
The articles sent to OAD should not be published elsewhere or sent to be published. Papers presented at the symposiums can be published provided that they are not published.
Scientific Research Ethics
Scientific methods are used in obtaining, analyzing, interpreting and reaching the results. Non-scientific results cannot be shown as research results.
While conducting the research, it is necessary to adhere to national and international agreements and to obtain permission from the competent authorities.
The data obtained in the studies should be used to the extent and form permitted by the authorities. The data that should not be presented should remain confidential.
Researchers are obliged to report the negative situations that may occur as a result of the research to the relevant people and institutions. Every researcher has the right not to participate in the research due to these negative situations that may occur.
Individuals who have not contributed to the study during the scientific research and writing stage should not be cited as authors.
Author (s) should avoid situations such as irresponsible authorship, piracy, fabrication, multicasting, division publishing, biased source, biased publication, and violation of human-animal ethics.
The author (s) should act in accordance with the citation system stated in the journal during the writing of the article.
Studies that have not been published or submitted should not be cited as a source.
All or part of any work cannot be published without permission or reference (plagiarism).
The author (s) should specify the financial resources of the study, if any.
The referee(s) must be experts in the fields addressed by the candidate article. He is obliged to make his criticism objectively and openly. It should not act in accordance with its own personal interests / opinions, and refuse to act as an referee if necessary. Considering that the texts are personal in the referee process, they should not be shared with third parties. The candidate in the refereeing process should not transfer information for his own work from the article, nor should he pursue any academic / personal interest. Candidates for refusal should provide clear and detailed reasons for the articles. It should also consider the scientific research and publication ethics of the journal.
The editör(s) is obliged to appoint at least two referees suitable for the subject of the candidate article. The blind should ensure communication between the referee (s) and the responsible author, taking into account the arbitration process. No authors should maintain their relationships in a transparent and objective manner, without discrimination between the author and the referee. They should not use their location in accordance with their individual and academic interests. Candidates for refusal should provide clear and detailed reasons for the articles. Scientific research should also consider publication and referee ethics.