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Policy of Screening for Plagiarism
SIYAR Journal complies with global standards to avoid plagiarism. SIYAR Journal has employed a cross-check system for plagiarism since its debut, with platforms such as Ithenticate. Therefore, before submitting a manuscript to the SIYAR Journal, authors must ensure that their academic work respects other scholars' copyrights and does not contain any plagiarism. Following submission of the manuscript to SIYAR Journal, a team of anti-plagiarism experts will be assigned by our editorial team to review the work using a variety of tools.
There are various signs of plagiarism that writers need to be mindful of:
Plagiarism that is most easily recognized is repeated content, which occurs when a writer replicates the words, sentences, or paragraphs of another writer without providing credit to the original author. Our plagiarism detector software can recognize this model of plagiarism with ease.
The second kind of plagiarism is when a writer copies a significant portion of another writer's work without giving due credit to the original author. In the context of intellectual property, "reproducing substance" can be understood as copying another person's ideas in both quantity and quality, potentially removing the original author's rights.
The third kind of plagiarism occurs when a writer paraphrases a sentence or paragraph using someone else's ideas, words, or phrases without giving credit to the original author. Because it is idea-based, this kind of plagiarism frequently escapes detection by plagiarism detection software. However, this approach turns unethical when the writer fails to credit or acknowledge the original author's work.