EDITOR AND REFEREE RESPONSIBILITIES
Editor-in-chief evaluates the articles regardless of the authors' ethnicity, gender, nationality, religious belief and political philosophy. It ensures that the articles submitted for publication are fairly double-blind peer-reviewed. It guarantees that all information about the submitted articles will remain confidential until the article is published. Editor-in-chief is responsible for the total quality of the content and publication. It should publish an error page or make a correction when necessary.
Editor in Chief; It does not allow any conflict of interest between authors, editors and referees. It has full authority to appoint a referee and is responsible for making the final decision on the articles to be published in the Journal.
Reviewers should not have conflicts of interest with the authors and / or financial backers of the research. They should reach an impartial judgment as a result of their evaluation. They must ensure that all information regarding submitted articles is kept confidential and report to the editor if they notice any copyright infringement or plagiarism on the part of the author. If the referee does not feel qualified about the subject of the article or if it does not seem possible to provide timely feedback, he should inform the editor of this situation and ask him not to include himself in the referee process.
During the evaluation process, the editor clearly states that the articles sent to the referees for review are the private property of the authors and that this is a privileged communication. Referees and editorial board members cannot discuss articles with other people. Care should be taken to keep the identity of the referees anonymous. In some cases, with the decision of the editor, the comments of the relevant referees can be sent to the other referees who interpret the same article, and the referees can be enlightened in this process.