Políticas de ética

DECLARATION OF ETHICS AND GOOD PRACTICE OF PUBLICATION

The Journal Amazonia Investiga committed to complying with high standards of ethical behavior and taking all possible measures against any professional negligence that is carried out in all stages of the publication process of the journal. It complies with the guidelines and best practices established by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), which is an organization that provides advice and resources on all aspects of the ethics of publications and research and conduct. undue publication

The Journal Amazonia Investiga adheres to the Core Practice [Available to download as a poster in A4 format]. It also adheres to the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing (Principles of Transparency and Good Practices in Academic Publication). Both published by the Committee on Publications Ethics (COPE).

The following describes each of the aspects related to the declaration of ethics and good practices of the Magazine Amazonia Investiga:

  1. Follow up of bad behavior. The Editor is committed to maintaining high ethical standards and taking all possible measures against any professional negligence that occurs in its publication. Plagiarism is strictly prohibited. The authors when sending a document declare that they are original and unpublished, and in addition, that these have not been submitted to consideration of other journals or that they have not been copied or plagiarized, totally or partially from other publications, for which they must send the signed commitment letter in which you agree to assign the rights of publication and distribution.

The articles sent by the authors are preliminarily reviewed by the editor of the publication, in light of the editorial policy of the journal and the requirements established in the guidelines for the authors. If any article does not satisfy this first revision, it will be returned to the authors for adjustment and subsequent submission.

To deal with a case of plagiarism, the Journal Amazonia Investiga follows the Flow Diagrams of the Publications Ethics Committee (COPE)

The plagiarism detection process of the Journal will be as follows: 1) All articles will be verified with anti-plagiarism software through the Turnitin software. If the document presents a high percentage of similarity: The author of the plagiarized article will be notified, documentary evidence will be sent to him (software report) and he will be asked for a response. If the authors are found guilty of plagiarism: a) The editor of the journal in which the original plagiarized article was published and the authors of the plagiarized article will be informed; b) The Journal Amazonia Investiga will publish an official retraction of the article; c) The Journal Amazonia Investiga will not publish any other article by the authors involved in the plagiarism for a period of 5 years.

Any ethical violation related to the document will be resolved using the protocols established in the Publications Ethics Committee (COPE) Charts [Available to download in PDF format]

  1. Authorship and contribution. Authorship belongs to those individuals who contributed significantly to the training, design, execution, or understanding of the article. All individuals who contributed significantly to the article should be mentioned as co-authors. Other people who contributed to other substantive parts of the investigation should be recognized or listed as contributors. The main author has the responsibility to include all co-authors and collaborators in the paper and ensure that all co-authors have reviewed and approved the final version of the document for publication.

When the authorship of an article is shared, it must be formally declared that: a) All the authors have contributed intellectually in the elaboration of this one; b) They agree with the content of the manuscript; and c) The work has not been previously published in any other journal or format.

The authors must guarantee that the data presented in the article are reliable and that they have not been altered to verify or respond to the hypotheses or assumptions made. In the magazine Amazonia Investiga, in order to comply with the transparency in the research and ensure the association of their works with their authorship, we request the authors the ORCID code (in English "Open Researcher and Contributor ID"). of Researcher and Collaborator)

  1. Complaints and appeals. The Editor will respond as soon as possible to any complaint generated in the editorial process. The communication will be made by email amazoniainvestiga@gmail.com in confidential form. If the situation can not be resolved, it will be attended by the full Editorial Committee.
  1. Conflicts of intereses. Authors who submit a manuscript to the Revista Amazonia Investiga, editors and reviewers of journal publications, must declare in writing the existence of any relationship between the authors of the article and any public or private entity from which it could be derived. any possible conflict of interests that may interfere with the objectivity or integrity of a publication.

Conflicts of interest are situations that could be perceived as exerting undue influence on the presentation, review and publication of a work. These may be of a financial, non-financial, professional, labor, contractual or personal nature. We hope that anyone who suspects an undisclosed conflict of interest with respect to a work published or in consideration by the Amazonia Investiga Magazine, should inform the editor or email amazoniainvestiga@gmail.com.

  1. Data analysis. The Journal Amazonia Investiga supports transparency and openness around data, codes and other materials associated with research. Authors must maintain accurate records of support to allow others to understand, verify and replicate new findings. In addition, authors must provide access to this data and store it in an appropriate storage repository for others to share and use.
  1. Ethical supervision and privacy statement. The names and email addresses entered on the site of the Journal Amazonia Investiga will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this magazine and will not be available for any other purpose or for any other part. Data collected from registered and unregistered users of this journal is within the scope of the standard operation of peer-reviewed journals. The journal's editorial team collects such information only to the extent necessary or appropriate to fulfill the purpose of the visitor's interaction with the magazine. Includes information that makes communication possible for the editorial process; which is used to inform readers about the authorship and editing of the content and allows to collect aggregate data on the behavior of readers.

The data that will help in the development of this publication platform can be shared with its developer Public Knowledge Project in an anonymous and aggregated form, with the corresponding exceptions, such as article metrics. The data will not be sold by this magazine or PKP nor will it be used for purposes other than those indicated here.

The authors published in this journal are responsible for the data of human subjects that appear in the research reported here. Those who participate in the publication of this journal seek to comply with industry standards for data privacy, including the provision of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union for "rights" of the interested party "that include (a) notification of non-compliance; (b) right of access; (c) the right to be forgotten; (d) data portability; and (e) privacy by design. The GDPR also allows the recognition of the "public interest in the availability of data", which has a special relevance for those involved in maintaining, with the greatest possible integrity, the public registry of academic publications.

  1. Intellectual property. The documents sent by the authors will be understood as original, unpublished. It will also be understood that they are not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. Therefore, with the submission of the article, the author expressly states that: a) The article sent has not been published nor is it in the process of being evaluated for publication in another journal; b) That the publication of a previous version as a working paper (or "gray literature") or on a website has not been reported; c) All authors know and agree with its content; and d) The author transfers the publication rights to the journal.

The Journal Amazonia Investigais open, free and open access. The content of the articles published in the Journal is the exclusive responsibility of the authors, which is why they do not necessarily reflect the thinking of the Editorial Committee of the journal.

The authors who contribute to the Journal Amazonia Investiga agree to publish their articles under a Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0 license, allowing third parties to copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format, and remix, transform and develop the material, for any purpose, even commercially, under the condition that the appropriate credit is granted, that a link to the license be provided and that it indicate whether changes were made. You can do it in any reasonable way, but not in any way It may suggest that the licensor endorses you or your use.

The authors retain the copyright of their work, with the rights of first publication granted to Amazonia Investiga.

  1. Management of the magazine. The Journal Amazonia Investiga is dedicated to the publication of articles under the highest standards of quality and ethics. Likewise, it complies with the Principles of Transparency and Good Practices in the Academic Publication of the Publications Ethics Committee (COPE).

In the Journal Amazonia Investigawe maintain these standards of ethical behavior in all stages of publication and with all members of our magazine, including: the author, the editor of the magazine, the reviewer and the publisher.

a) Obligations and general responsibilities of the Editor. The Editor is the person who answers, when necessary, about everything related to: articles published in the journal and their quality; decisions in the editorial process, maintenance of records associated with the articles, authors and evaluators; confidentiality of individual data, continuous improvement of the magazine; response to needs, criticisms, complaints and suggestions from readers, authors and evaluators. In addition, it will act in defense of freedom of expression.

b) Relations with the authors. The Editor will accept or reject an article according to its relevance to the thematic coverage of the journal, its originality, its unpublished condition and adherence to the publication norms. The Editor will only retract a decision taken, when there are arguments that merit it.

c) Relationship with the editors of journals. The Editor will promote the academic relationship with editors of other journals.

d) Relations with the editorial team. The Editor will set guidelines about the responsibilities of the editorial committee maintaining a continuous communication with its members.

e) Relationship with readers. When the situation warrants it, the Editor will inform about the source or sources of financing of the published investigations and their role in said investigations. Likewise, the author (s) must express it explicitly.

  1. Editorial process and peer evaluation. The Editor will protect the identity of the evaluators and establish what is expected of them; In addition, it will ensure that the evaluation process is confidential, fair, impartial and adjusted to the disposition of the evaluators.

The magazine Amazonia Investiga, for being a peer-reviewed journal, submits all the articles received to a rigorous evaluation process, by external, national and international academic peers, experts in the topics, under the modality of double blind; It takes several moments and takes between two and three months, depending on the number of manuscripts received. If any of the evaluators identifies conflicts of interest, they must state it in order not to be taken into account. The Editor will solve the conflicts of interest in a peremptory period.

Regarding the evaluation process, the Editorial Committee studies the articles that meet the conditions established for the authors. If the article does not satisfy this first revision, it will be returned to the authors for adjustment and subsequent submission.

Next, the article is sent to the referees that belong to the area of knowledge of the subject. This material is sent to the evaluators without the name of the author or authors. Neither the author or authors will know the name of the pair or peer evaluators.

Once the favorable or unfavorable concept of the arbitrators has been received, the editorial team decides on the publication of the article. The concept of the evaluators will be communicated to the authors who will have to attend the observations and suggestions for the publication of the article within the time indicated for it by the editorial committee.

  1. Post-publication discussions and corrections. Readers' discussions of publications will be accepted through letters to the editor. When the situation warrants it, the Editor will divulge the criticism of any work published in the journal, allowing the authors to express their arguments. This through letters from the authors addressed to the Editor.

It will only be considered to issue a correction in an already published article, if the list of authors / collaborators is incorrect; that is, a meritorious author has been omitted or someone who does not meet the criteria for authorship has been included.