Publication Ethics

The code of ethics of publication is a norm to be obeyed by the author who will publish his scientific work in the media publications. The basic norm in publication is the priority, morals, scientific integrity, and honesty of the author.

  • Moral; able to distinguish good behavior and bad in writing.
  • Scientific integrity, upholding the principle, nature and scientific truth, so as not to sacrifice it for any purpose.
  • Honesty, what the author does in accordance with the actual objective conditions, and does not do things that should not be done in research / writing (misconduct)

Code of Ethics that must be fulfilled by the Authors who will publish their scientific articles in the Science Education Research Journal (JPPIPA):

  1. The author must uphold the scientific conduct understand the benefits / benefits and risks of published writing.
  2. Articles that are published free of malalaku (misconduct), including: fabrication, falsification, and Plagiarism / autoplagiarism.
  3. Authors are required to include sufficient citation on all statements, ideas, data, not the results of his research.
  4. Articles published in the field of science appropriate or relevant to the field of science Journal of Science Education (JPPIPA).
  5. Published articles do not cause conflicts with certain parties or potentially disturbing the public.
  6. The authors listed in the published articles are really those who are competent and have a meaningful contribution in the writing of the article.
  7. The authors do not publicly publish this article (double manuscript submission) to a journal or other means of publication, simultaneously (simultaneously)
  8. The published Sections or Entries have not been published in any other publication.
  9. The published articles are original (orsinil) results of research, ideas or thoughts of the Author, which is guaranteed Plagiarism Free Statement written on the seal by the Author.