Editorial policy of the journal "Turkic Studies Journal" is guided by the traditional ethical principles of scientific periodicals, set out in the Guidelines on the principles of scientific publication ethics for journal editors of the Committee on Publication Ethics (Committee on Publication Ethics: COPE, Promoting integrity in scholarly research and its publication | COPE: Committee on Publication Ethics), containing the following requirements:
-Submitting articles to the Editorial office constitutes the authors' consent to the right of the Publisher, L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, to publish articles in the journal and to republish them in any foreign language. By sending the manuscript to the editorial office, the author(s) guarantee that they do not violate anyone's copyright. The authors grant the publisher of the journal, L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, exclusive rights in perpetuity:
- the right to reproduce the work (to publish, duplicate, replicate or reproduce it otherwise) without limitation of the number of copies, and the right to distribute the work by any means. In this case, each copy of the work will contain the name of the author(s) of the work;
-the right to incorporate the work into a composite work;
-the right to disseminate the work to the public;
The right to use the metadata (title, author's (right holder's) name, abstract, bibliographic materials, full text of the work, etc.) of the work through distribution and dissemination to the public, processing and systematization, and inclusion in various databases and information systems, including full-text versions of the published work.
- The authors agree that the territory in which the rights to the works are allowed to be used is unlimited.
- The author(s) also grant the right to journal publisher to store and process their personal data without time limitation (name, surname, patronymic, educational information, information about place of work and position held). Personal data is provided for their storage and processing in various databases and information systems, their inclusion in analytical and statistical reports, the creation of reasonable relationships between the objects of works of science, literature and art and personal data, etc.
- The author(s) are fully liable for the unauthorized use of intellectual property, copyright objects in a scientific article in accordance with the current legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
- The author(s) consent to have the work checked for plagiarism by the journal publisher.
- The author(s) confirm that the work to be submitted has not been published anywhere else, has not been submitted and will not be submitted for publication in other scientific journals.
- The author is acquainted with the editorial policy of the journal, containing general information about the journal, the procedure for reviewing articles, guidelines for authors, publication ethics.
Requirements for submitted articles. An article:
• must be issued according to the requirements of the editorial board;
• at the time of sending the article should not be published or be pending in another edition; • must contain original research results;
• must include the results only of the author work / team of authors (the inclusion of other
persons is unacceptable); It is assumed that at the time of sending the article, all authors agree with the publication in this journal and do not object to the order of indication of the authors in the article;
• should include in the list of citations only those peer-reviewed sources that were actually used in the course of the study;
• should indicate all sources used (including the work of the author / team of authors).
The journal uses a two-way blind peer review procedure to ensure the quality of published articles. For the reviewer, only the results of the research obtained should be the object of peer review.
• Each manuscript submitted for review is considered a confidential document. The reviewer cannot use in his publications any materials contained in the submitted manuscript. The reviewer can send the material to third parties only with the permission of the editor-in-chief,
• The reviewer must submit to the editorial office an objective assessment of the work, if necessary, suggest options for improving the submitted material.
• The reviewer must refuse to review the material, notifying the editorial board about it, if he is not experts on the topic of the material.
The editor-in-chief / deputy editor-in-chief, executive secretaries and members of the editorial board undertake
• work to expand the geographical diversity of authors, invite specialists working in different organizations and countries to publish,
• when considering materials at any stage, always pay special attention to the qualitative composition of the articles,
• participate in meetings of the editorial board of the journal, always express your reasoned decision,
• evaluate the intellectual content of manuscripts regardless of gender, nationality, religion and other personal qualities of the author / group of authors,
• do not consider manuscripts in the case of interests due to competitive, joint and other interactions and relationships with authors and organizations associated with the manuscript.
Chief / Deputy Chief Editor:
• determines reviewers (scientists or specialists in the relevant field) for each submitted article that has passed the primary selection for compliance with technical requirements,
• based on the reviews of the reviewers, makes the final decision on the publication of the received material,
• manages the work of the editorial staff, holds meetings of the editorial board.
Chief / Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Executive Secretaries of the Journal:
• carry out organizational work aimed at ensuring a high rating and timely release of the journal,
• monitor the quality of reviews of submitted manuscripts,
• carry out work on the admission of new members of the editorial board,
• carry out an additional check of the scientific quality of articles accepted for publication,
• approve the content of the next issue of the journal,
• carry out proofreading of the signal copy of the journal,
• work on expanding the list of reviewers,
• work to increase the publication portfolio.
The editorial office deals directly with the authors of articles and does not work with agencies to provide services to authors for the publication of their research results.
The editorial office is obliged to make decisions as soon as possible when unethical behavior of authors, editors and reviewers is detected. Unethical behavior of authors includes falsification of the composition of authors, publication of pseudoscientific texts, their falsification and fabrication, manipulation of citations, unauthorized borrowing (plagiarism), parallel submission of material to other publications.
If unethical behavior of the author(s) is detected in the process of reviewing a manuscript or its pre-printing preparation, the editorial office has the right to withdraw the manuscript from further review and terminate cooperation with the author. In the case of unethical behavior of the author after the publication of his/her article (detection of parallel publication, copyright violation, plagiarism, etc.) the editorial office has the right to decide to retract the article from the journal site and from the archive and scientific indexing databases, notifying other journals (in which the article has been published in the same period) about the unethical behavior of the author(s).The editorial office undertakes not to make unjustified decisions to cancel the publication (retraction), unless significant problems are found in connection with their publication (unethical behavior of the author, errors, etc.).
The unethical behavior of the reviewers and editors of a journal includes the submission of texts of articles to other journals without the agreement of the authors, the submission of articles by authors to third parties, the violation of copyright, the principle of confidentiality of editorial processes, and the support of articles due to interests due to competitive, collaborative, and other interactions and relationships with authors and organizations associated with a manuscript.
In the case of complaints concerning reviewed manuscripts or published material, the editorial office undertakes to respond adequately: first, the author of the article is asked for clarification. An investigation is carried out only in the case of an unsatisfactory response from the author.
Potential situations of ethical behavior violations of authors, editors and reviewers not mentioned above will be resolved on the basis of the Committee on Publication Ethics (Committeeon Publication Ethics: COPE, Promoting integrity in scholarly research and its publication | COPE: Committee on Publication Ethics).
The editorial office makes it possible for the Editor-in-Chief, members of the Editorial Board and the Editorial Council and reviewers to publish articles in the journal, but they are not allowed to use their privileges. All articles, including articles of responsible editors of special issues, also undergo a reviewing procedure and are considered at the meeting of the Editorial Board of the journal.
In the case of detection of errors (misprints in formulas, in indicators due to technical reasons) in published articles, information about the corrections can be placed in subsequent issues.