Policies for section: Scientific articles
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- Exclusivity: All submitted works must be unpublished; the authors must undertake not to submit them for consideration by other journals simultaneously. Any conflict of a legal, moral, ethical nature, etc. that may arise from the analysis of this aspect will be the authors' full responsibility.
- The originality of the works: The papers must be results or advances of original and high-level research framed within the scientific disciplines. Before being sent to the evaluators, the articles will be submitted to anti-plagiarism software (Turnitin or iThenticate) that detects the levels of similarity; If it exceeds more than 10%, the article will be rejected.
- Ethics: It will be the authors' responsibility that both the research process and the submission of their work, the ethical codes of their respective institutions have been respected, and the universally accepted legal and ethical standards for work with human beings, animals, and the environment. Scientia et PRAXIS adheres to the declaration of international ethical standards for authors and publishers adopted at the Second World Conference on Research Integrity held in Singapore in 2010 by COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics). The Author expresses his consent and agreement with the ethical guidelines indicated in the conference documents by submitting the article. Scientia et PRAXIS reserves the right to take the measures it deems pertinent when it detects inappropriate behavior in the conduct of both authors and referees.
- The Corresponding Author is responsible for all the authors who have contributed significantly to the work, collecting their approval of the contents and forms of the article. Must be provided the authors' ORCID accounts and the institutional emails of each of them.
- The author(s) yield the copyrights of the article for its publication and dissemination according to the journal's policies, norms, agreements, and the indexing instances.
- Scientia et PRAXIS publishes articles preferably in English as well as in Spanish. The contributions are based on the transdisciplinarity of sciences and sustainable innovation as a consequence, involving the Oslo Manual published by OECD and the Sustainable Development Goals by United Nations. The results must highlight the new state of the art or knowledge (Scientia) and new benefits to the context (Praxis).
- Given the scientific nature of the journal, it is required that 90% of the references must be in the range of 5 to 10 years old. All references must show the corresponding
- The proposed scientific articles must be in APA-7 and save the suggested format in an electronic Word file (annex) with the illustrations, tables, maps, and graphs with their respective numbering and title within the file as clear and precise originals. They must be mentioned within the body of the article, including the source, placed immediately, as indicated within the document, suitably for their presentation. Do not place them at the end of the paper.
- Conditions of freedom editing: the articles to be reviewed, due to their scientific nature, must be free from gender orientations, discrimination, which may occur of a political, institutional, or group interest outside the original objective of the same, in such a way that there is no greater censorship than that derived from the rigorous opinion process. Therefore, the contents of the articles will be the authors' responsibility. Once they are published, the considerations to them will be turned over to the authors so that they resolve possible controversies regarding their works.
- Total or partial reproduction is authorized as long as the source is cited