Peertechz Journals work with a belief that Plagiarism is not only illegal but also unethical and caustic.
Plagiarism occurs when one author uses the work of another author without his/her permission or credit. Plagiarism takes different forms such as copying, paraphrasing or reproduction of the same work.
Reproducing a work word for word, i.e. verbatim representation of another scholar work without acknowledging original source is a clear example of plagiarism and it can be detected easily by comparing the submitted paper with the previously published paper. The indulgence in plagiarism is also evident if an author does not reproduce the exact words used in the original work. This type of reproduction of previously published content is known as paraphrasing, and it is the most difficult type of plagiarism to detect.
In order to support the scientific community, Peertechz journals are committed to protect the reliability of the scholarly manuscript in all aspects of research and publishing ethics. We judge the quantity and quality of the copied content for its relevance to the original source.
The Quality Control Department of Peertechz Journals detects and judges the case of plagiarism. If plagiarism is detected at any stage of publication process before and after acceptance or during editing or proof reading stage, the authors are alerted to make the changes and cite the original source.
Plagiarism is generally found in these ways:
I. Authors have copied someone else work and claim that work as their own.
II. Authors indulge in self-plagiarism, copy their own previously published article.
The exclusion at the time of conducting plagiarism check should be limited to the following:
IV. Mathematical Formula
V. Name of Institutions, Departments etc.
Plagiarism policy guidelines for the authors:
Plagiarism is a severe breach of commitment towards research and development and it also detracts the value of original and honest scholarly work. Peertechz hereby appeal that all scholars encompass fairness and responsibility in developing plagiarism-free manuscripts.
Peter J Catalano
Tufts University, USA
Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology
Rafal Tomasz Pawliczak
Medical University of Lodz, Poland
Open Journal of Asthma
Democritus University of Thrace , Greece
International Journal of Vascular Surgery and Medicine
Cardiovascular Research Foundation, New York, USA
Archives of Clinical Hypertension
Jose Manuel Ramia-Angel
Guadalajara University Hospital , Spain
Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research
University of Genoa, Italy
Global Journal of Allergy
Dr. Pierre Guertin
Laval University, Canada
Archive of Gerontology and Geriatrics Research
Sassari University, Italy
Archive of Urological Research
Ohio State University, USA
Open Journal of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics
Samy I. McFarlane
State University of New York, Downstate Medical Centre, Brooklyn, New York, USA
International Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism