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PUBLICATION ETHICS
1. Publishing ethics

Non-observance of the ethical principles of scientific publications is the reason for the decline in the authority of science and the quality of scientific publications. Therefore, ethical principles of the publication of scientific materials are the key to scientific development and the prerequisite for improving the quality of scientific activity of authors.
The editorial board of the Bulletin of the Tajik National University, in the process of its publishing activity, strictly takes into account the generally accepted ethical standards for the publication of scientific materials and requires the authors of the publication to observe these principles. To this end, the editorial board in its work is guided by the Declaration of the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers "Ethical Principles of Scientific Publications", as well as the recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

2. Ethical standards for authors

- All co-authors should be notified of submitting the manuscript to the journal. Therefore, each author must sign the manuscript and give their consent to the publication of their material.
-The order of the authors' instructions is determined by the team of authors before the manuscript is sent to the editor.
- The manuscript presents the results of an original scientific study. Borrowed fragments or statements are drawn up according to the citation rules, indicating the author and the source.
- Excessive self-citation or excessive quoting of the scientific leader, his boss or colleagues is unethical.
- The manuscript should be unpublished and submitted to the editorial board for the first time.
- The author of the article are those researchers who took a direct part in writing the article, in developing its concept, collecting material, analyzing and interpreting it. The names of persons who have made a certain contribution to the preparation of the manuscript, but not sufficient for the recognition of authorship, are listed in the "Acknowledgments" section indicating the scope of their work.


3. Ethical principles of peer review

- The reviewer can not be a member of a long-term scientific team, which includes the authors of the peer-reviewed work, as well as a repeated co-author of one of them for other works.
- The reviewer can not be a scientific adviser (scientific advisor) of any of the authors who are candidates for the degree.
- The reviewer is an expert in the sub-disciplinary field, the study under which the peer-reviewed manuscript is devoted.
- The review should objectively evaluate the scientific article and contain a comprehensive analysis of its scientific and methodological merits and shortcomings.
- The reviewer should not use information about the content of the work before it is published in its own interests.
- The article under review is a confidential document, it can not be passed on for familiarization or discussion to third parties.