3. Publishing Policies
3.1 book ethics
SAGE is dedicated to upholding the integrity of this educational record. We encourage writers to refer into the Committee on Publication Ethics’ Overseas Standards for Authors and see the Publication Ethics page regarding the SAGE Author Gateway.
We look for to safeguard the liberties of our writers and now we always investigate claims of plagiarism or abuse of posted articles. Similarly, we look for to safeguard the reputation of the log against malpractice. Presented articles might be checked with duplication-checking pc computer computer software. Where articles, for instance, is located to possess plagiarised other work or included third-party copyright product without authorization or with inadequate acknowledgement, or in which the authorship for the article is contested, we reserve the best to do something including, although not limited by: posting an erratum or corrigendum (modification); retracting the content; using up the problem utilizing the mind of department or dean for the writer’s institution and/or appropriate scholastic figures or societies; or using appropriate appropriate action.
3.1.2 Prior book
If product happens to be formerly posted it isn’t generally speaking appropriate for publication in a SAGE journal. Nonetheless, there are particular circumstances where formerly published product can be viewed for book. Please make reference to the help with the SAGE Author Gateway or if in question, contact the Editor in the target given just below. Les videre