The publication of a scientific paper in JETIA Journal is an essential part of the dissemination and construction of knowledge, as well as the quality of the research and the authors themselves. With each publication, the seriousness and the commitment to build knowledge of the institutions that support the publication are also questioned. Therefore, it is expected that all parties involved in the publication process will know and respect a series of agreements on ethical behavior that ensure the correct development of theknowledge dissemination process.
For our editorial board, all authors of a paper have made substantial contributions to the research and manuscript, and share responsibility when the article is error-prone, fraudulent in some way, or there are copyright violations. After submitting a manuscript, the journal does not accept the addition, exclusion or change in the order of authors, we also reserve the right to disclose the paper when it was submitted and under no circumstances will the journal accept the withdrawal of a paper during any phase of the editorial process.
Plagiarism Detection, Inappropriate Engagement and Ethical Guidelines
The editorial staff will check the cases of inappropriate citations or possible plagiarism of the text. The verification will be done using the site:
This tool verifies if the evaluated manuscript matches with current and archived pages, student work, and publications from leading scientific editors such as Elsevier, Taylor & Francis or IEEE. When a manuscript presents minor problems, it will be returned to the authors to make the appropriate changes, but any other problem of text writing compliance can make the manuscript be rejected automatically even without having been reviewed by academic peers.
Publication Overlap (Multiple Publication)
Our editorial board of JETIA discourages any type of overlapping publications, where significant parts of texts, ideas or conclusions are duplicated. Overlapping publications include the following cases: double or duplicate, a new publication is obtained by adding new data or cases, but with similar conclusions from the previous publication, the research results are split from as many low quality manuscripts as possible with the aim of maximizing the total number of redundant publications and publications or multiple publications are based on the same data. Keep in mind that publishing the same research in different languages is a duplicate publishing form because the contributions are the same.
In our case, works published as theses are considered extended unpublished abstracts. The journals automatically reject manuscripts previously published in conference proceedings.
Plagiarism is defined as the use of another person’s ideas, processes, results or words without explicitly acknowledging the original author and the source, plagiarism is unacceptable in any way and is considered a serious flaw in professional ethics, which can also be take legal and penal sanctions.
About the Copyrights
The author or authors of an accepted paper for publication in the JETIA shall assign all property rights to JETIA free of charge, including: the right to edit, publish, reproduce and distribute whether printed or digital, as well as including papers in indexes and / or international databases, in the same way, the publisher is authorized to use the images, tables and / or any graphic material presented in the article for the design of covers or posters of the same journal. By assuming the patrimonial rights of the paper, it can not be partially or totally reproduced in any printed or digital media without JETIA express permission.
Recognition of sources: The author or authors should adequately mention all sources used in the manuscript (see example) expressed on JETIA‘s website: www.itegam-jetia.org.
Access to data and retention: if necessary, the author or authors should be able to send the data obtained during the research and other information requested by peers and / or JETIA Publisher;
Conflicts of interest disclosure: The submission of a paper should include the disclosure of all relationships that may be viewed as the presentation of a potential conflict of interest, including financial, personal or other relationships with other persons or organizations that could influence, or be perceived as influencing their work;
Fundamental errors in published work: When an author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in his own published work, he must immediately notify the publisher and collaborate as necessary to correct it.
Ethical Issues for Reviewers
Plagiarism: if during the review it is detected that possibly the manuscript is largely a copy of another, the reviewer must immediately inform the editor of the suspicion, also indicating the previous work.
Fraud: If the reviewer suspects that the results of an article are not true, he should also report his suspicions to the publisher.