The International Jordanian Journal, Aryam Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences follows the highest standards of publication ethics and takes all measures necessary to identify and prevent publication misconduct. This statement is based on Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) Best Practice Guidelines for journal editors. Therefore, The IJJA makes sure that all parties involved in the publication process adhere to the ethical and academic behavior standards indicated in COPE.
IJJA does not accept any type of plagiarism. ARYAM holds no responsibility for plagiarism. All authors submitting a manuscript to IJJA should confirm – by a written statement – that their manuscript is their own creation and has not been copied in whole or in part from other works. All submitted manuscripts are checked for plagiarism, duplicate or redundant publication by anti-plagiarism software (iThenticate). Furthermore, the reviewers are asked to report any unethical issues or misconduct. If a published article is found to be a duplicate or redundant publication, a note of retraction will be published. Retracted manuscripts should be retained online, and they should be prominently marked as a retraction in all online versions for the benefit of future readers.
The Editorial Board is dedicated to being transparent concerning ethical requirements for both authors and the work we publish. We encourage the authors to read, understand, and follow the Technium Social Sciences Publication Ethics Policy before posting your work for review.
First, we expect that all submitted work must be original, and any cited text must be referenced. IJJA seeks to protect the reputation of our journal against malpractice. We reserve the right to remove an article from the journal and ban the author from publication in the journal in case plagiarism is detected. For this reason, all the received submissions are checked using the Plagiarism Detector service, to identify overlapping and similar text.
IJJA does not tolerate using another person’s work without proper citation. The same applies to self-plagiarism when using a work or part of a work that has been previously published. This also applies to work written in English or any foreign language.
In case if the manuscript contains materials that overlap with work that is in the process of being reviewed or accepted for publication in other journals, the author(s) must cite or reference this work in their new article.
While we allow self-citation, authors must avoid extensive referencing of their work for the reason to increase their own citation score. In case a new manuscript is a continuation of previously published work and self-citation is not avoidable, it should be stated in the Acknowledgements section.
TIJJA does NOT accept manuscripts that were previously submitted but rejected in case if review comments had been provided. Otherwise, the Editorial Board would need to be informed about why the author(s) is re-submitting the same article.