Scientific journal «ARTS ACADEMY»


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Editorial policy

The editorial policy of the magazine "Arts Academy" is connected with the ethics of scientific activity. The editorial policy sets out a set of principles and prescriptions that scientists should follow when preparing their work.

“Arts Academy” plans to enter the list of peer-reviewed, quoted journals, which obliges the editorial board to observe a number of important moral and ethical principles and organizational norms.

General provisions of the editorial policy of the magazine "Arts Academy"

The magazine has a thematic focus. Scientific articles, reviews, short communications and discussion articles and others are published on the pages of the journal.

The publication is devoted to topical problems:

• history of choreographic art,

• Pedagogy of choreography,

• art criticism,

• modern culture,

• management in art and education,

• Social and human sciences.

The periodicity of the issue is quarterly.

The editorial board of the journal are leading scientists and specialists of educational and research organizations of the Republic of Kazakhstan, CIS countries and foreign countries.

The editorial board of the scientific journal "accepts only original, previously unpublished articles that are not intended for simultaneous publication in other publications.

The registration fee for the publication is 10,000 tenge (for master and doctoral students - 4,000). The fee can be paid only after receiving a positive review and before the next issue of the press. All scientific articles submitted to the editorial office of the journal undergo a rigorous review procedure.

Basic principles of the editorial policy of the scientific journal

The editors of the magazine respect the rights of authors of works sent for publication, protected by laws:

1. The Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan (adopted at the republican referendum on August 30, 1995) (with amendments and additions as of March 10, 2017);

2. Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of February 18, 2011 No. 407-IV "On Science" (with amendments and additions as of November 13, 2015);

3. Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 451-I of July 23, 1999 On Mass Media;

4. Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of 10 June 1996 No. 6-I On Copyright and Related Rights (with amendments and additions as of 24.11.2015).

5. Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of July 27, 2007 No. 319-III "On Education" (with amendments and additions as of April 9, 2016);

For the editorial board of the journal "Arts Academy", the authorship of the submitted to the publication is based on the mandatory observance of the following conditions:

• significant contribution to the concept and structure of the study or to the analysis and interpretation of data;

• writing the text of the article or making fundamental changes to it;

• endorsement of the final version, which is submitted for printing.

For their part, authors who provide their work for publication in the journal "Arts Academy" should ensure that the articles:

  • are original (they were not published earlier in other publications in their current or similar form);
  • are not under consideration in the editorial offices of other publications and all possible conflicts of interest related to copyrights and the publication of the articles are settled;
  • do not violate any of the existing copyrights, and in this connection they guarantee the publisher damages in case of revealing such violations;
  • for the convenience of dissemination and enforcement of the material use policy, authors transfer exclusive title to the work to the publisher, unless otherwise provided.

As a violation of scientific ethics, the following can be considered:

  • fabrication, falsification of data by secretly selecting them and avoiding undesirable results, by manipulating images or illustrations;
  • incorrect statements in the application letter or application for support (including false statements regarding the publications in which the work appeared, as well as the works accepted for publication);
  • violation of intellectual property rights in respect of the work of another author protected by copyright, significant scientific discoveries, hypotheses, theories or research methods:

a) unauthorized use, including plagiarism;

b) misappropriation of research methods and ideas (theft of ideas) according to experts;

c) the attribution of scientific authorship or co-authorship, or their unjustified appropriation;

d) substitution (falsification) of the content;

e) unauthorized publication and provision to third parties of access to unpublished works, findings, hypotheses, theories or scientific methods;

  • claiming to (co) authorship with another person without his / her consent;
  • disruption of research work (including damage, destruction, forgery of other items necessary for the research);
  • joint responsibility may result from:

1) active participation in the violation of scientific ethics committed by other persons;

2) awareness of falsification committed by others;

3) co-authorship in falsified publications;

4) obvious neglect of control responsibilities.

In accordance with the editorial policy of the magazine "Arts Academy" is unacceptable:

  • verbatim copying of the work of another person without specifying his authorship, references to the source and use of quotes;
  • incorrect rephrasing of the work of another person, in which more than one sentence was changed within one paragraph or section of the text, or the proposals were arranged in a different order without an appropriate reference to the source. Substantial incorrect paraphrasing without reference to the source is equated to verbatim copying;
  • use of the elements of the work of another person without attribution, for example, a drawing, a table or paragraph without expression of gratitude, a reference to the source or the use of quotes. Authors must obtain the permission of the copyright owner to use the elements of his work;
  • self-plagiarism: authors should indicate that their work is published for the first time.

If the elements of the manuscript were previously published in another article, then the authors are obliged to refer to earlier work. They should indicate the essential difference between the new work and the previous one and at the same time to reveal its connection with the results of the studies and conclusions presented in the previous work. Verbatim copying of own works and their paraphrasing are unacceptable.

The actions inherent in research processes, as well as falsified (unconscious) research mistakes, data conflicts, different interpretations and interpretation of the results and experimental developments are not considered as violations of ethics in scientific research.

Ethical principles in the activity of the reviewer

The reviewer carries out a scientific examination of the author's materials, as a result of which his actions should be impartial in nature, consisting in the following principles:

  • The manuscript received for review should be considered as a confidential document, which can not be passed on for review or discussion to third parties without authorization from the editorial office.
  • The reviewer is obliged to give an objective and reasoned assessment of the results of the research. Personal criticism of the author is unacceptable.
  • Unpublished data obtained from submitted manuscripts should not be used by the reviewer for personal purposes.
  • A reviewer who does not, in his opinion, possess sufficient qualifications to evaluate the work, or can not be objective, for example, in case of a conflict of interest with the author or organization, should notify the editor of his request to exclude him from the process of reviewing this work.

The editorial staff of the journal adheres to the standards of scientific ethics, protecting the reputation of authors and taking seriously individual cases of plagiarism, proceeding from the fact that accusations of plagiarism always negatively affect the career of the researcher. When such situations arise, a system of procedures is used to respond to possible accusations of plagiarism.

In order to ensure objectivity, the editors carefully examine each case and consider the arguments of all interested parties. Before taking any further actions, the editors seek to obtain the most accurate information from the authors of the disputed publication or copyright owners and study it.

However, the editors reserve the right not to react to accusations of plagiarism, if the prosecutor provides inaccurate personal information (for example, appears to be a fictitious name) or acts in an unethical or menacing form. The editorial board is not obliged to discuss cases of alleged plagiarism with persons who do not have a direct relationship to it.

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