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Publications ethics

The ethical standards to publish in Editorial Espacios Journals exist to ensure that our scientific publications are of high quality, obtain public confidence in scientific findings and that the authors receive credit for their ideas.

To do this in the Editorial Espacitorial Gees 2021, C.A. We commit ourselves to avoid:

Taking the ideas and work of other scientists without giving them credit is unfair and dishonest. Copy even a sentence of the manuscript of another person, or even their own that has been previously published without the appropriate appointment, is considered plagiarism; Instead, use your own words.

Multiple shipments

It is not ethical to send the same manuscript to more than one magazine at the same time. Doing this waste the time of editors and pairs, and can damage the reputation of the authors and magazines if published in more than one magazine, since the subsequent publication will have to be retracted.

Redundant publications (or publications 'sausage')

This means publishing many similar manuscripts based on the same experiment. It is more likely that the combination of the results in a very solid article is of interest to a specific magazine and even has greater impact. Most likely, editors reject a weak article since they can suspect that it is a result of cutting a sausage in slices.

Contribution or undue attribution of the author

All the authors listed must have made a significant scientific contribution to the investigation of the manuscript and approved all their statements. All people who have made a significant scientific contribution, including students and laboratory technicians should be listed.


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