Publication Ethics

This Publication Ethics is a statement of the scientific code of ethics of the various parties involved in the publication process of Perception: Communication Journal, consisting of managers, editors, reviewers and authors. The statement in this Scientific Publication Ethics Code essentially upholds three ethical values in publications, namely (i) neutrality, which is free from conflicts of interest in the management of publications; (ii) fairness, which gives authorship rights to those entitled to them; and (iii) honesty, which is free from duplication, fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism in publications.

Publisher's responsibility

  1. Publisher of Persepsi: Communication Journal is responsible for publishing manuscripts that have undergone the process of editing, peer review, and layout in accordance with the rules for the publication of scientific journals.
  2. The publisher is responsible for ensuring the academic freedom of editors and reviewers in the performance of their respective duties.
  3. The publisher is responsible for the protection of privacy, intellectual property, copyright and editorial freedom.

Editorial responsibilities

  1. The Editor of Persepsi: Communication Journal is responsible for deciding which manuscripts are suitable for publication through editorial board meetings that take into account applicable legal requirements regarding libel, copyright infringement, reproduction, data fabrication, data falsification and plagiarism.
  2. In the process of reviewing and accepting manuscripts, the editorial team will apply the principle of equal treatment in deciding whether to publish manuscripts, without distinction as to the race, gender, religion, ethnicity, nationality or political ideology of the author.
  3. The editors and editorial team will not disclose any information about the manuscript or the author without the author's permission.
  4. Unpublished manuscripts will not be used by the editors for their own research and will be returned directly to the authors.

Peer reviewer responsibilities

  1. The reviewers of Persepsi: Communication Journal assist the editors in making editorial decisions about manuscripts.
  2. Reviewers are responsible for the recommendations they make on the manuscripts they review.
  3. Reviews of manuscripts will be objective and supported by clear arguments.
  4. Peer reviewers are responsible for citations, references, duplication, fabrication of data, falsification of data and plagiarism in the manuscripts they review.
  5. Reviewers must always maintain the confidentiality of information and must not use information from the manuscripts they review for personal gain/interest.

Responsibility of the author

  1. Authors must present the manuscript of their thoughts or research clearly, honestly and without duplication, fabrication of data, falsification of data and plagiarism.
  2. The author is responsible for the confirmation submitted on the written manuscript.
  3. The author must indicate the source of opinions and works of others quoted.
  4. Authors must write manuscripts ethically, honestly and responsibly, in accordance with the applicable rules of scientific writing.
  5. The author does not object to the manuscript being edited during the review and layout process without changing the substance or main idea of the paper.