Screening for Plagiarism
The manuscript that submitted into this journal will be screened for plagiarism using Turnitin
Ensure that the material you provide to publishers is grounded in your own investigation and articulated using your own language. Alternatively, it may be deemed as plagiarism. Ihtiyath editors has the ability to utilize the plagiarism detection programmed Turnitin, which conducts a thorough comparison of submissions against a vast database consisting of 49 million works sourced from 800 reputable scholarly publishers. With the expertise of our discerning reviewers and editors, it is becoming more challenging for plagiarized works to escape detection. Various manifestations of plagiarism exist.
An unauthorized reproduction, significant portion, or excerpt of text derived from another individual's work, devoid of proper attribution, citation, or quotation mark usage.
Without proper attribution, more than one sentence in a paragraph or section of the text has been altered, or sentences have been rearranged. Inadequate attribution and substantial improper paraphrasing are regarded with the same gravity as verbatim plagiarism.
Reuse parts of a work without attribution
For instance, the unauthorized use of tables, paragraphs, images, or references, as well as the improper application of quotation marks. As the author, it is incumbent upon you to acquire the requisite authorization from the copyright holder.
Self-plagiarism or text recycling
Original content is required for publication in Ihtiyath publications. Repetition of research is warranted only when it yields novel or alternative conclusions, or when it permits comparison with fresh data.
In the event that your most recent submission contains a previously published material, you are required to properly cite the source and provide an explanation to the editor or publisher during the submission process.
Handling allegations of plagiarism
Plagiarism allegations can potentially damage the career trajectory of a researcher significantly. In the event that we are contacted by a third party who makes accusations of plagiarism, we consistently request a response from the original author or copyright holder prior to reaching a conclusion regarding our next steps. We maintain an impartial stance and are not susceptible to the influence of others. Every allegation will be addressed in adherence to the guidelines set forth by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). We express no obligation to engage in discussions with third parties regarding specific instances of purported plagiarism. Furthermore, we retain the prerogative to decline the pursuit of cases in which the whistleblower provides false information regarding their identity or affiliation, or behaves in an unsuitable or menacing fashion towards the editors and staff of Ihtiyath.