Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism Policy for the Eurasian Science Review

The Eurasian Science Review is committed to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity and originality in all published works. To ensure the credibility and authenticity of the content, the journal has a stringent plagiarism policy in place.

Plagiarism Detection Tools:

  • We utilize two leading plagiarism detection services, Turnitin and StrikePlagiarism, to scrutinize all submissions for any potential plagiarism or improper use of published material.
  • These tools compare submissions against a vast database of academic works, publications, and internet sources to identify any similarities or duplicated content.

Originality Requirement:

  • The originality of each submitted work must be no less than 60%. This means that at least 60% of the content must be unique and not previously published in any form.
  • Submissions failing to meet this threshold of originality will be subject to further review, and authors may be asked to revise and resubmit their work with adequate modifications.

Handling Plagiarism:

  • If plagiarism is detected, the severity and extent of the copied content will be evaluated.
  • Minor instances, such as commonly used phrases or terminology, may not necessitate action, provided they do not compromise the originality of the overall work.
  • Significant instances of plagiarism may lead to the rejection of the manuscript. The authors will be informed of the specific concerns and given an explanation of the decision.
  • In severe cases, where a substantial portion of the manuscript is plagiarized, the journal may take further actions, including notifying the authors' institutions and barring the authors from submitting to the journal in the future.

Author Responsibility:

  • Authors are responsible for ensuring that their submissions are entirely original and appropriately cite all sources and references.
  • Quotations and data from other works must be clearly identified and attributed to the original source.
  • Paraphrasing or summarizing other works without proper citation is also considered plagiarism.

Ethical Compliance:

  • Adherence to this plagiarism policy is essential for maintaining the journal's integrity and the trust of our readers and contributors.
  • We encourage all authors to review their manuscripts carefully for plagiarism before submission to avoid any unintentional violations of this policy.

By submitting to the Eurasian Science Review, authors acknowledge and agree to comply with these plagiarism standards, ensuring the highest level of academic integrity and contribution to scholarly discourse.