PUBLICATION ETHICS AND MALPRACTICES JURNAL PETERNAKAN MAHAPUTRA
Jurnal Peternakan Mahaputra (JPM) is a peer-reviewed journal which upholds the standards of academic publication ethics and against publication malpractices including plagiarism. It is therefore important to agree with the proper ethical behaviour for scientific journals publication of all parties including the authors, editors, peer reviewers, publishers and society to develop a conducive scientific environment and to avoid certain problems that may arise due to some conflict of interests
Publication and authorship
All registered authors must meet the requirements to become authors. Such authorship should be limited to persons who have made a significant contribution to the conception, design, execution, data acquisition, data analysis or interpretation of the manuscript. All others who have participated in certain important aspects of the research but do not qualify as authors should be acknowledged. Authorship is the responsibility of the respective author; he must ensure that all appropriate co-authors are included in the manuscript. Correspondence authors, on behalf of all co-authors, must be responsible for the contents of the journal to be published. The writing system must be able to ensure that all authors are listed in the companion journal, and have read and approved the contents of the journal to be published. Requests to add or remove authors or to set author names from manuscripts received prior to publication must be sent to the Chief Editor.
Responsibilities of authors
The author is responsible for providing original and accurate data (no plagiarism, no fraudulent data) regarding the submitted manuscripts and providing such data when requested. Manuscripts submitted may not be considered or accepted for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts submitted may not be used for review or have been accepted by other journals. If some of the data has already been published elsewhere, the source must be acknowledged or cited accordingly. When reproducing data from other sources, proper citations and permissions are required. Authors must follow the peer review process set by the Jurnal Peternakan Mahaputra (JPM). Manuscripts must follow the journal's submission guidelines. Fundamental Errors in Published Work: If the author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in a submitted manuscript, the author must immediately notify the journal editor or publisher and work with the editor to retract or correct the paper..
Responsibilities of reviewers
Reviewers are requested to assist in improving the quality of the manuscript through an objective review process within a scheduled period of time and to contribute to the decision-making process on the manuscript. If reviewers find any published or submitted content similar to that under review, the editor has to be informed. Reviewers should have no conflict of interest with respect to the research, the authors and/or the research funders. Any confidentiality of the information supplied by the editor or author should be maintained.
Responsibilities of editors
Editors have complete responsibility and authority to accept or reject an article. They should have no conflict of interest concerning articles they accept or reject. Editors must be objective and fair in their duties without discriminating against the author's gender, ethnicity, religion, political views, or geographical origin. Editors should also accept manuscripts based on academic merit and without commercial influence. The anonymity of the reviewer must be maintained by the editor.
Publishing ethics issues
Authors, reviewers and editors must maintain the integrity of academic records throughout the entire publication process. Business needs must be prevented from compromising intellectual and ethical standards
Animal ethics issues
Authors should ensure that studies involving animals are performed according to animal ethics and welfare. All experimental animals should be cared for and used in compliance with international, national or local regulations. The authors should state explicitly that experiments were approved by an authority concerning compliance with animal ethics and welfare.
Authors could refer to International Standards for Editors and Authors (http://publicationethics.org/ international-standards-editors-and-authors) by COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) for policies that are not stated in this instuctions.