Author Ethics

ATTENTION!!!

  1. Conflict of interestWe don't propganda any author's interest
  2. Only original manuscripts. Don't submit manuscripts, which you sent before any Journal or Edition. 
  3. Plagiarism. Please don' plagiat any part from other author's work as your own work
Ethics of publication
As the leading publisher of high-quality scientific journals, the Azerbaijan Journal of Educational Research seeks to maintain the highest standards of ethics of publications and to support ethical research practices. The Azerbaijani Journal of Educational Research (AJES) is a member of the Committee on the Ethics of Publication (COPE) (http://publicationethics.org/) and adheres to the COPE Code of Conduct for journal publishers. We recommend journal editors follow the COPE Code of Conduct for journal editors and send reviewers to the COPE Ethical Guidelines for reviewers if necessary. Allegations of misconduct will be investigated in accordance with Best Practices COPE Practices as far as practicable. If you are notified of a potential violation of the ethics of publications, we recommend that you report it to AJES as soon as possible. AJES staff are trained on how to proceed with the investigation of allegations of ethical misconduct, and if necessary will seek a lawyer.
We take the ethics of publications very seriously. Many of the journals that we publish have an individual ethical policy, and we encourage authors to check the relevant journal website for information before submitting. AJES supports editorial teams and journal authors by providing best practice recommendations in the following key areas:

Authorship
AJES expects that all published articles will contain a clear and accurate attribution of authorship. The author is responsible for ensuring that all contributors to this work are honestly acknowledged and that the published list of authors accurately reflects individual contributions. In cases where copyright disputes arise, AJES urges journal editorial groups to follow COPE guidelines here. If authors use third-party agency services before submitting an application, for example, when editing a language or formatting / preparing manuscripts, they should ensure that all services comply with the following guidelines.
 
Attribution and confirmation
AJES supports ICMJE’s definitions of authorship as published here. Some journals publish their own definitions of authorship. For more information, read our journal submission guidelines or editorial policies. The definitions of what constitutes authorship vary depending on the journal, field of research, or type of article, but usually authorship is limited to those who have made significant contributions to the design and execution of the work described. Many journals now take an extra step of emailing named authors at the time of sending (usually via the journal submission system) to confirm participation. Some journals may require a brief description of each author’s contribution to be included in the submitted files or as part of the confirmation section in the article .
 
Changes to authorship
Requests for changes in authorship should be sent to the journal editor or the administrator — check the individual journal websites for contact information. Requests must be treated fairly and in accordance with the relevant COPE guidelines (detailed below) and / or published journal policy. Changes in authorship are permitted only in cases where reasonable reasons are provided, and all authors agree with the change. Published changes in authorship will usually be made using a published correction.

 
Seeking, to the extent possible, to promote freedom of expression, AJES seeks not to publish anything that damages the reputation of the individual, business, AJES or organization, if it is not proven. We take all possible measures to ensure that the published work is free from any text that is or may be considered slanderous, defamatory or defamatory.


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“Russian language and literature in Azerbaijan” (1947)

"Azerbaijan language and literature teaching" (1954)

"Physics and Mathematics Teaching" (1954)

"Chemistry and Biology Teaching" (1956)

Labor and Polytechnic Training (1958)

"History, Community, Geography Teaching" (1964)

"Elementary and Pre-school Education" (1970)

"Physical Education at School" (1976)

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