For all parties involved in the process of publication is expected to meet and perform the ethical behaviour. The aim is to ensure the quality of the papers published in JIEHIS.
- The authors are expected to have written original works. In addition all works or words of others need to be cited or quoted in an appropriate way and identify all sources used in the creation of their manuscripts.
- Authors must certify that the manuscript has not previously been published and is not currently being considered for publication elsewhere.
- Any form of plagiarism and duplicate submission are ethical publishing violation and unacceptable.
- JIEHIS strongly recommends the authors to perform a thorough check of the manuscript before submit it to our journal publication. Further, in the initial step, editors will perform similarity check using Turnitin to ensure the requirements are met.
- All manuscripts submitted to JIEHIS must be under 30% of similarity index. If papers are indicated to exceed the standard, there are several actions will be performed based on the degree of similarity index, such as reprimand; author is asked to revise; revocation of the article; and cancellation of publication.