Ethical Principles and Publication Policy


International Journal of Values in Education and Society guides and policies published by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) in order to ensure the highest level of academic and ethical standards, and the ethical rules specified in the "Higher Education Institutions Scientific Research and Publication Ethics Directive" issued by the Council of Higher Education. implements the principles and rules determined on the basis of
The compliance of all studies submitted to the journal with the purpose, principles and standards of the journal is initially evaluated by the Editorial Board. In the evaluation, situations such as plagiarism, duplication, false authorship/denied authorship, research/data fabrication, article slicing, slicing, copyright infringement and concealment of conflict of interest are considered unethical behaviors.
Studies submitted to more than one journal at the same time and works that violate legal and academic criteria such as copyright and/or plagiarism will not be evaluated; Those who are found to be in violation at any evaluation stage are immediately stopped and returned to their author(s). In case of a conflict of interest, the evaluation process of the article is suspended until the uncertainty is resolved.
Symposium proceedings; It can be published provided that the place, meeting and date of the presentation are recorded and it has not been published elsewhere. However, the responsibility of any problems that may arise from this publication activity belongs to the author.
The "double-blind referee" evaluation process is applied for the studies submitted to the journal. A work with two positive referee reports is eligible for publication. In case of conflicting or insufficient referee evaluations, it may be possible to apply for additional referee evaluation.
All articles that do not comply with the accepted ethical rules are removed from the publication. This includes articles with possible irregularities and inconsistencies detected after publication. audit; correction, refutation etc. acts responsibly in publishing content of the nature.
The audit defends and observes freedom of expression in all circumstances. audit; racist, sexist, discriminatory etc. evaluates all kinds of content as hate speech and uses its right to reject the articles in this content without making it into the process.
Inspection, taking into account the importance of confidentiality in the scientific publishing process, shares private information about the author, field editors and referees only in order to prevent and respond to a suspected abuse of research.
The publication processes implemented in the Journal of Auditing aim to form the basis for the development and distribution of information in an impartial and respectable manner. It is considered important that all stakeholders (authors, readers and researchers, publishers, referees and editors) in the writing and publishing process comply with the rules regarding ethical principles.


Authors who submit articles to the journal, reviewers and editors undertake to comply with the following ethical rules and accept these rules and responsibilities.

Publisher's Ethical Responsibilities

International Journal of Values in Education and Society;
 It does not charge any fees from the authors.
 It is responsible for making the decision to publish the article sent for publication based on the referee's evaluations, for the editorial board policies of the Journal and for taking legal measures against plagiarism, insult and copyright infringement. In this context, if deemed necessary, permission, consent form etc. from the authors. requests documents.
 Takes the copyright transfer of the articles by filling out and signing the form presented on the Journal website or Dergipark.
 Studies sent to the journal are evaluated together with the Plagiarism Report (Turnitin) by the Editorial Board. Studies with an acceptable level of similarity according to the TR index criteria are accepted into the referee evaluation process.
 In studies that require Ethics Committee permission and/or legal/special permission in accordance with the TR Index criteria, it ensures that the information about the permission (committee name, date and issue number) is included in the method section of the article and also on the first/last page of the article.
 Takes care to protect the property and copyright of each published article and to keep a record of each copy. It takes care to comply with the copyright regulations for the intellectual and artistic works used in the articles.
 Commit to protecting the confidentiality of communication to the widest possible extent. Makes initial inquiries before sharing information in doubtful cases.
 Provides the right of the authors to object to the correction requests made by the Editorial Board or the referees, together with the reasons, and the opportunity to review the rejected works within the framework of the evaluation reports and submit them to the journal again.

Ethical Duties and Responsibilities of Editors

1- Academic concerns and criteria should be prioritized while accepting articles,