3. Publishing Policies
3.1 book ethics
SAGE is dedicated to upholding the integrity for the record that is academic. We encourage authors to mention into the Committee on Publication Ethics’ Overseas Standards for Authors and view the Publication Ethics web web page from the SAGE Author Gateway.
We look for to guard the legal rights of our writers and then we investigate claims of always plagiarism or abuse of posted articles. Similarly, we seek to safeguard the trustworthiness of the log against malpractice. Presented articles can be checked with duplication-checking computer computer software. Where articles, as an example, is available to possess plagiarised other work or included third-party copyright material without authorization or with inadequate acknowledgement, or in which the authorship for the article is contested, we reserve the best to take action including, yet not restricted to: posting an erratum or corrigendum (modification); retracting the content; trying out the situation using the mind of division or dean for the writer’s institution and/or appropriate educational systems or communities; or using appropriate action that is legal.
3.1.2 Prior book
If product was formerly posted it isn’t generally speaking appropriate for book in a SAGE journal.Continue reading