Publication Ethics

Publication ethics is a norm that must be obeyed by authors who will publish their scientific work in media publications. The basic rule in papers is to prioritize:

  1. Moral; able to distinguish good behavior from bad writing.
  2. Scientific integrity, which is to uphold scientific principles, essence, and truth.
  3. Honesty means what is done by the writer following the actual objective conditions, and does not do things that should not be done in research/writing (misconduct).

Code of ethics that must be fulfilled by the authors who will publish their scientific articles in the Journal of Cemara Agriculture:

  1. The author must uphold the scientific conduct to understand the benefits/advantages and risks of the published article.
  2. Materials to be published are free from fabrication, fabrication of data (falsification), and plagiarism/auto plagiarism.
  3. The author must include adequate citations on all statements, ideas, data, which are not the results of his research.
  4. Articles published following scientific fields in the Journal of Cemara Agriculture.
    Articles published do not cause a conflict with specific parties or have the potential to disturb the public.
    The writers listed in the published section are genuinely those who are competent and have a significant contribution to writing the article published.
    The author does not make a double publication of the material to be issued to journals or other means of notification, simultaneously (simultaneously).
  5. Both the sections and the entire article published have never been published in other media publications.
  6. Published articles are articles that are genuinely original (original) results of research/ideas/ thoughts of the author.