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Ethical Statement: 

The Journal of Research in Humanities is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards in all aspects of its operations. As a platform for disseminating scholarly research in the humanities, we are dedicated to fostering a culture of integrity, transparency, and respect for all stakeholders involved in the publication process.

  1. Authorship and Originality:

Authors submitting manuscripts to the Journal of Research in Humanities affirm that their work is original and that any sources or ideas from others are appropriately cited. Submitted manuscripts should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere simultaneously. All authors listed in the manuscript have made significant contributions to the research and are in agreement with its submission.

  1. Plagiarism and Attribution:

Plagiarism in any form is considered a serious breach of academic integrity. Authors are responsible for ensuring that their work is free from plagiarism and that proper attribution is given to the sources. The journal employs plagiarism detection tools to identify potential instances of plagiarism.

iii. Conflicts of Interest:

Authors, reviewers, and editors are expected to disclose any potential conflicts of interest that could influence their objectivity. This includes financial, personal, or institutional relationships that may affect their judgment or decision-making during the publication process.

  1. Peer Review Process:

The peer review process of the Journal of Research in Humanities is designed to be fair, unbiased, and constructive. Reviewers are selected based on their expertise and are expected to provide thoughtful and objective feedback to help authors improve their work. Reviewers must maintain the confidentiality of the manuscripts they review.

  1. Editorial Decisions:

Editorial decisions are based on the scholarly merit of the submitted manuscripts, their alignment with the journal's scope, and the recommendations of peer reviewers. The editor's decision will be communicated clearly to the authors, along with the rationale for that decision.

  1. Transparency and Corrections:

The journal is committed to transparency in its processes. If errors are identified in published works, the journal will promptly publish corrections, clarifications, or retractions as needed. Authors are encouraged to cooperate in addressing any concerns related to published content.

vii. Data Integrity and Research Ethics:

Authors must adhere to recognized standards of research ethics and data integrity. Research involving human subjects must have received appropriate ethical approval, and any potential risks to participants should be appropriately addressed.

viii. Open Access and Licensing:

The Journal of Research in Humanities follows open-access principles, aiming to make research freely accessible to the global community. Authors retain the copyright of their work and agree to publish under a Creative Commons license that allows others to share and adapt the work with proper attribution.