Plagiarism Policy

"The Journal of Research Review" (JRR) is committed to publishing original and ethical research. Plagiarism in any form is a serious offense that undermines the integrity of academic scholarship and is strictly prohibited by JRR. This policy outlines the JRR's definition of plagiarism, the procedures for detecting and addressing it, and the consequences of plagiarism.

Definition of Plagiarism:

Plagiarism is the act of using another person's work, ideas, or data as your own without proper attribution. This includes, but is not limited to:

Procedures for Detecting Plagiarism:

All manuscripts submitted to JRR will be screened for plagiarism using a plagiarism detection software like Turnitin. Additionally, reviewers may identify potential plagiarism during the peer-review process.

Consequences of Plagiarism:

If plagiarism is detected at any stage of the publication process, the following consequences may apply:

Responsibilities of Authors: