Publication Ethics and Plagiarism Policy

Publication Ethics: The evaluation process of Üniversitepark Bülten | Universitepark Bulletin for COPE Membership still continues. UNIBULLETIN supports the ethical principles set out by The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), available on its website.

UNIBULLETIN adheres strictly to the COPE guidelines on good publishing practice, and follows procedures set out in the COPE flowcharts when handling cases of suspected misconduct.

Plagiarism Policy: Üniversitepark Bülten | Universitepark Bulletin aims to publish original articles which bring a new insight into  the social sciences and related disciplines. Therefore contributions submitted to UNIBULLETIN for publication must be the author(s) original work. Publication in Üniversitepark Bülten | Universitepark Bulletin is conditional on submitted articles not having been previously published or currently submitted elsewhere for review towards publication. Submitted articles go through an initial editorial screening in terms of format, scope and originality. After the initial screening, all the submissions are checked by iThenticate plagiarism detection software  to check a paper's originality before sending out for review. iThenticate plagiarism detection software compares submitted documents to extensive data repositories to create a comprehensive Similarity Report. The submissions which cannot verify content originality are rejected immediately.



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UNIBULLETIN is calling for submissions. Authors are invited to submit papers from the all fields of the Education (General) and Social Sciences (General) in the international context. All submissions should be presented only in English.