Ethical Principles and Publication Policy

Publication Ethics and Policies
ASES INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES (ASES EDUSCI) is a non-profit, peer-reviewed international academic indexed journal that has been publishing articles in all disciplines of educational sciences since 2021. The publication stages of ASES EDUSCI are based on the impartial production, development and sharing of information through peer-reviewed articles that ensure the application of the scientific method and impartiality. Accordingly, double-blind refereeing system is applied in the journal. All components, as publisher (or protocol authorized body), editors, authors, reviewers, and readers, must comply with publishing ethics and policies. If falsified or fabricated data is detected in the research, this will be formally reported to the author's institution and the study will be rejected. Editorial board members and/or referees reserve the right to ask the author(s) to provide the raw data used in the article.
ASES EDUSCI Editorial Board members are appointed by considering their expertise in various disciplines of educational sciences. An editor and two field editors are appointed as the chairman of the Editorial Board. According to the subject of the research, the editor may send articles to other experts who are not members of the Editorial Board.
Responsibilities of the Editorial Board
ASES INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES (ASES EDUSCI) works to ensure that the content is appropriate in terms of publication ethics. To achieve this purpose, the recommendations set out in the guidelines on the COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) website are followed.
• ASES EDUSCI Editorial Board is responsible for all referee evaluation processes of submitted manuscripts. It is responsible for independently deciding which of these articles will be published in relation to its importance for the scientific community and the public interest.
• The relationship between the publisher and the Editorial Board is based on the policy of independence, and all decisions of the editors are independent of the publisher and other individuals and institutions.
• ASES EDUSCI Editorial Board aims to increase the scientific quality of the journal.
• ASES EDUSCI Editorial Board determines and implements journal policies (publication, blind review, review process and ethical principles, etc.).
• ASES EDUSCI Editorial Board keeps a record of each article electronically or in writing.
Ethical Responsibilities of Editors and Field Editors
• Editors must meet the demands of authors and readers; should take care to provide feedback and be transparent in matters that require correction or clarification.
• Editors are responsible for ensuring that articles are original and contribute to the literature, readers, researchers and practitioners.
• Editors enforce the policies of the blind review and review process, keep the identities of the reviewers confidential, and ensure that each article is evaluated impartially and in a timely manner.
• Editors ensure the protection of personal data in the reviewed articles and protect the personal data of authors, reviewers and readers.
• Editors pay attention to the protection of human and animal rights in articles. They take care to document the express consent of the contributors to the article and pay attention to the approval of the ethics committee.
• Editors take precautions against abuse. When necessary, they can conduct an objective investigation and share their findings.
• Editors protect the intellectual property rights of the published articles, and defend the rights of the journal and author(s) in case of violation.
• Editors also take the necessary measures to ensure that the content of the published articles does not violate the intellectual property rights of other publications.
Ethical Responsibilities of Referees
Referees must bear the following ethical responsibilities at ASES EDUSCI:
• Reviewers should agree to evaluate only articles related to their area of ​​expertise.
• Referees must make the evaluation impartially and confidentially. Nationality, gender, religious or political beliefs, business concerns, etc. should not impair the impartiality of the assessment.
• When reviewers realize that there is a conflict or cooperation, they should inform the editors and refuse to evaluate the article. In addition, they should inform the editors if there is any doubt about the similarity of the research submitted for review and a published or unpublished research.
• Reviewers should evaluate articles in a constructive manner and avoid personal comments that are insulting and hostile. Personal criticism of the authors would be inappropriate.
• Referees will consider "Writing Rules", "First Submission Template" and "Article Template" as criteria when evaluating both "first post" and "article".
Ethical Responsibilities of Authors
The ethical responsibilities of the authors are as follows:
• Any article submitted to ASES EDUSCI must be original. It must not have been previously published in its current or similar form. If any important element of the article has been published before, the situation should be stated to the journal editor.
• The research should not have been sent elsewhere.
• Submit the research to ASES EDUSCI and write