Journal for the History of Knowledge is committed to uphold the highest standards of quality and integrity in all its publications. The editors will take reasonable steps to identify and prevent the publication of contributions where research misconduct has occurred, including (self-)plagiarism, citation manipulation, data falsification/fabrication, et cetera. In no case shall this journal or its editors encourage such misconduct, or knowingly allow such misconduct to take place. In the event the editors of Journal for the History of Knowledge are notified of any allegation of research misconduct relating to a published article in their journal, including plagiarism, the editors will follow COPE’s guidelines in dealing with such allegations.
Journal for the History of Knowledge adheres to the best practices in the ethics of scholarly publishing stated in the COPE’s (Committee on Publication Ethics) Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for all parties involved: Authors, Reviewers and the Publisher. The Editorial Board of Journal for the History of Knowledge undertakes to publish all corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies as soon as possible if and when they are required.
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To ensure a reliable and open publication process, all authors, reviewers and editors are required to declare any interests that could appear to compromise, conflict or influence the validity of the publication.
Journal for the History of Knowledge follows a thorough, double-blind, peer review procedure, by external reviewers for all its research articles. The anonymity of authors and reviewers will be monitored with the utmost care. Publications of a commentary or opinionated nature may not be sent for external peer review but will include extensive editorial review and revision.
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