Ethical obligations of the Editorial Board
Editorial Board of the Journal "Movoznavstvo":
- ensures timely careful selection and independent review of materials proposed for publication;
- encourages and supports scientific integrity, adheres to editorial independence, prioritizes discussions;
- prefers intellectual standards and levels of materials rather than financial and political benefits and commercial considerations, has no age, social, gender, territorial, religious or ethnic prejudices;
- takes into account the recommendations of independent reviewers regarding the scientific value, quality and reliability of the submitted manuscript;
- does not provide other persons with any information related to the content of the manuscript under consideration, except for persons involved in the professional evaluation of the article. After the final positive conclusion of the Editorial Board, the article is published in the journal, annotations (Ukrainian and English) and the list of literature used by the authors are posted on the journal's website and in international scientometric databases. The digital version is transmitted to the relevant electronic resources of the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine and published within 24 months;
- it is fully responsible for organizing the acceptance of the article for publishing, assigning it a unique identifier, appointing a reviewer, notifying the author of approval for publishing, rejection or return for revision;
- does not use the materials of the manuscript submitted for consideration for its own research until the article (review, chronicle) is published in the Journal "Movoznavstvo".
The Editorial Board of the Journal "Movoznavstvo" reserves the right to reject the article, review or chronicle in the correct way determined by its policy or return it for revision. Articles may be rejected without review if the Chairman of the Scientific Editorial Board or the Editor-in-chief of the journal determines that they do not correspond to the publication profile.
Ethical obligations of authors
Authors (including co-authors):
- provide an accurate description of the research, objectively highlight its scientific novelty and practical significance;
- are fully responsible for the content of the materials proposed for publication, for the reliability of the facts presented and the results of experiments conducted;
- adhere to editorial requirements for the materials;
- duly refer to publications, have made a significant impact on the essence of the scientific problem, with the exception of generally known facts. Information obtained privately from another researcher (in a personal conversation, during correspondence, during discussions with third parties, in particular on social networks) may not be used or presented in the work of these authors without permission of the person from whom this information became known to them. Information obtained during the provision of confidential services (when reviewing manuscripts or projects submitted for grants) is also used only with the author's permission;
- do not submit manuscripts describing the same results to more than one journal as an initial publication, unless the manuscript of a new paper expands on a previously published shorter preliminary description of the same study. However, when submitting such a manuscript, it is necessary to notify the Editorial Board of the existence of the previous article, which must be referred to in this new manuscript;
- use real names for publication; materials signed with fictitious names or pseudonyms cannot be accepted for publication.
The author has the right to refuse to publish an article (review, chronicle) if they does not agree with the changes proposed by the reviewer or editor, before the layout is approved for publication.
In an article written by several authors, the author who submits contact information, documents to the editorial office and corresponds with the editors assumes responsibility for the consent of the other authors of the article to publish it.
Authors must inform the Editorial Board of any potential conflict of interest that may be affected by the publication of the results contained in this manuscript. Authors must also ensure that there are no contractual relationships or property rights that could affect the publication of information presented in the manuscript.
Ethical responsibilities of Reviewers
Reviewers (independent experts – two persons or more, depending on the specifics of the manuscript):
- perform anonymous independent evaluation of the article proposed for publication. It is forbidden to require the editorial office to inform reviewers of any information about the author;
- first of all, they evaluate the scientific value of the material, its relevance, novelty, theoretical and practical value;
- when evaluating articles, do not reveal age, racial, ethnic, territorial, social, gender, religious, professional, political or other prejudices;
- if violations of publication ethics (academic integrity) or conflicts of interest are detected, they must notify the editorial board;
- they are critical of the manuscript, but do not allow themselves to criticize the author's personality;
- until publishing the material, they do not use the information provided by the author in their own research and do not pass it on to third parties.
Ethical obligations of third parties
Third parties may, subject to mandatory reference to the original source, distribute (with the author's consent) the materials of the Journal "Movoznavstvo" electronically no earlier than 24 months after the publication of the paper version of the journal or 12 months after the publication of the full electronic version on the official website (see Archive).
Distribution of materials of the Journal "Movoznavstvo" by third parties on paper is prohibited. Electronic copying (photographing, scanning) with subsequent free access is allowed no earlier than 24 months after the paper version of the corresponding issue of the journal is published or 12 months after the full electronic version is published on the official website. In advertising ads (using the cover photo), you must specify the website address of the Journal "Movoznavstvo": https://movoznavstvo.org.ua/
The site materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form (electronic or printed) without the prior written permission of the Editorial Board.
Mechanism for eliminating violations of publication ethics and unfair practices
- Editors and readers have the right to take reasonable action if they notice any violations of publication ethics.
- Editorial Board has no right to refuse to investigate found ethical violations. In these cases, the first step is to get a response from the authors of articles in which the violation of the ethics of the publication was recorded.
- Editorial Board makes efforts to ensure a proper investigation of the problem that has arisen.
- If the Editorial Board or Reviewers find dishonesty in the materials of the article, they must act in accordance with the norms established by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), and in accordance with the specifics of the detected violations.
Types of publication ethics violations:
- re-publication (duplicate publication), self-plagiarism;
- plagiarism, omission of the co-author, lack of reference to the source, or other copyright violations;
- falsified data, indicating fictitious co-authors, publishing under a false name;
- violation of the norms of universal morality, hate speech, humiliation of the dignity of other persons, institutions, organizations, discrimination based on age, race, social, national, gender, religious, territorial, professional, political criteria in the text of the publication;
- lobbying of political, religious, social, commercial or other interests, commercial advertising within the text of publications;
- undisclosed conflict of interest;
- assignment of an author's scientific idea or data by a reviewer, editor, etc.
Disputes can be discussed in electronic correspondence.