Responsibilities of the author
Authors ensure that their submissions are completely original. Plagiarism in all its manifestations is considered as being unethical behaviour in publishing and is unacceptable. If the authors have used the work of others, this must be appropriately cited or quoted. The amount of references and sources should be sufficient to allow other persons to ascertain the objectivity of the research.
Authors must confirm that their submission is their original work, has not previously been published and is not currently being considered for publication elsewhere. Submission of work that is fully or partly submitted or published in another journal is not acceptable.
Authors are obliged to clear all necessary copyright permissions to reproduce any kind of third-party material (figures, tables, texts, etc.) which is treated as a separate copyright item. Copies of each permission should be provided to the editor.
All sources of financial support should be disclosed in the Acknowledgements section. The author must disclose in the manuscript any possible significant conflict of interest (inter alia, the financial source of the research), which might be considered as being such that influenced the results of the research or the interpretation of the sources used.
Author ensures that all those, who have significantly contributed to the elaboration of the research described in publication are acknowledged as the authors or co-authors of the article. The author must ensure that all co-authors have approved of the final version of the article for publication and have agreed to accept it for publication in an open access journal. All authors agree that articles are available in open access under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 (CC BY-NC 4.0) license.
Before submission of the article, the author ensures that it is well-structured, easily readable, proofread and formatted according to the Manuscript guidelines. In case of the need for substantial changes for language and formatting, the reviewers may reject the manuscript. Papers written in English language should preferably use British English. A mixture of different variants of English is not acceptable.
If the author discovers in his/her own published work a significant error or inaccuracy, it is the author’s obligation to promptly notify the editor or the deputy editor of the magazine about it. The author, in cooperation with the editor or the deputy editor and the publisher, ensures that the publication is retracted or corrected.