Publication Ethics

 Pedalearn, with the registration numbers ISSN................... (online) and ISSN................ (print), is a peer-reviewed journal that is accessible in print and online and published quarterly. The code of conduct is intended to provide a set of minimal standards to which all parties engaged are required to conform. It applies to everyone who is engaged in the publishing process, including the author, the editor in chief, the Editorial Board, the reviewer, and the publisher/managers of Celebes Scholar pg. This statement is based on the Committee on Publication Ethics' (COPE) recommendations.

Editor Ethics

  1. It shall be the Editor's obligation to evaluate the entry script fully, openly, objectively, and fairly before publishing it. In addition, the editor has the ability to determine whether or not a text will be published, subject to approval by the board of directors. The editorial board's principles on copyright, good reputation, and plagiarism, as well as the many laws that apply to them, are absolute and inviolable.
  2. In order for prospective writers to be able to submit their work, the Editor must make information about the writing rules and requirements clearly and readily available to them.
  3. In addition, the editor must guarantee that all papers evaluated may be examined by the reviewer and that all requirements are read and understood fully by the reviewer.
  4. The editor must be objective, unbiased, and truthful in his or her editing of the manuscript, regardless of the author's gender, business side, ethnicity, religion, race, inter-group, or country of residence.
  5. It is the editor's and editorial team's responsibility to protect the author's confidentiality, and they are banned from sharing any information about the submitted manuscript or articles without the author's express consent.
  6. The input text will be the responsibility of the editor and editorial team, and it will not be utilized for personal advantage in any way, either whole or partially, in any way. Manuscripts that have not been published will be returned to the author.

 Reviewer ethics

  1. The reviewer is responsible for the evaluation by providing clear, measurable, and thorough considerations and recommendations. The reviewer is required to provide a response to the paper within a set time period (4 weeks).
  2. Reviewers must be neutral, unbiased, and self-sufficient, advocating solely for scientific truth. The manuscript review process is conducted professionally regardless of gender, business affiliation, ethnic origin, religion, race, intergroup relations, or the author's citizenship.
  3. Reviewers are responsible for ensuring that reference materials and script quotations are accurate and cited appropriately.
  4. Reviewers are expected to protect the anonymity of script-related information and writers for the purpose of obtaining personal advantage.

 Author Ethics

  1. The author is responsible for the manuscript submitted to Pedalearn and certifies that it is the proper manuscript as a consequence of his own study or idea, that it is original as his own work and does not alter data, and that it is not plagiarized honestly and freely.
  2. The author should state that the manuscript he or she has submitted / submitted to the editor is an original screenplay that has never been submitted / submitted to the publisher of another journal / publication. If an editor discovers any repetition in a manuscript's submission to another publication, the editor will reject the document.
  3. The author must attribute quotes and references to other authors' work and may not change or alter the source.
  4. The author will not object to the script being altered without altering the screenplay's core or central concept.
  5. The author must comprehend the above-mentioned ethical standards for scientific publications in order to prevent any conflict of interest with third parties and ensure that the script is handled easily and securely.

 Ethics Manager / Journal Publisher

  1. Journal manager will be responsible for publishing papers after an editing, peer review, and layout procedure that adheres to the guidelines for publishing Scientific Journals.
  2. Journal management are responsible for ensuring that editors and reviewers use academic freedom in carrying out their obligations.
  3. Journalists are responsible for upholding confidentiality, safeguarding intellectual property and copyright, and exercising editorial freedom.