DOAJ  CEEOL  ERIH PLUS  HRČAK

In Medias Res no. 13

inmediasres2018no13

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 13

In Medias Res no. 12

inmediasres2018no12

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 12

In Medias Res no. 11

inmediasres2017no11

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 11

In Medias Res no. 10

inmediasres2017no10

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 10

In Medias Res no. 9

inmediasres2016no9

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 9

In Medias Res no. 8

inmediasres2016no8

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 8

In Medias Res no. 7

inmediasres2015no7

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 7

In Medias Res no. 6

inmediasres2015no6

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 6

In Medias Res no. 5

inmediasres2015no5

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 5

In Medias Res no. 4

inmediasres2014no4

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 4

In Medias Res no. 3

inmediasres2013no3

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 3

In Medias Res no. 2

inmediasres2013no2

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 2

In Medias Res no. 1

inmediasres2012no1

IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
No. 1

FacebookMySpaceTwitterGoogle Bookmarks

Statement

PUBLICATION ETHICS AND PUBLICATION MALPRACTICE STATEMENT FOR THE IN MEDIAS RES JOURNAL

 

This is a statement that regulates the application of the ethical standards of all participants in the process of publishing: authors, reviewers and editors.

 

AUTHOR

  1. The authors of manuscripts are required to clearly and distinctly present the subject of their research, the meaning of research for the academic community, the research method, and present their analysis / research objectively and transparently. The sources that were used must be clearly indicated. Sources that have significantly influenced the formatting of attitudes in the presented report should also be highlighted. The user of the text (reader, scientist, student) should be able to check the theses of the text by means of information on the sources used, and have the opportunity to develop their own research (promoted by the published text or sources that the author invites).
  2. Manuscripts for which the editorial and review process detects containing plagiarized parts - will not be published. The same applies to auto-plagiarized work, that is, manuscripts in which the author uses parts of previously published own texts without reference. Those authors who would be declared as plagiators the Editor board may decide to deny the possibility of publishing texts in this journal for one, five or even at all (depending on the severity of the offense).
  3. In the case of a particular academic reaction, authors should be willing to submit data on published research, or make this data available (in accordance with the ALPSP-STM Statement on Data and Databases).
  4. Additionally, by submitting a manuscript, the authors confirm that the same manuscript has not been published or submitted for publishing elsewhere. Following the publication in the journal, the author has his copyright and can publish his work in other publications (indicating the journal in which the article was first published).
  5. Regarding the texts that had more people working on them, the distinction between authors, co-authors and associates must be indicated. The author and co-author conduct the research, define the theses, formulate the text, and are responsible for the objective interpretation of the facts. Associates may also participate in conducting the research or other segment of the work and they are specifically indicated.
  6. If the editorial board or the author find a certain mistake in an already published article - the journal will respond to this situation by announcement or referral regarding the mistake that occurred in that text.

 

REVIEWER

  1. Every article in the journal In Medias Res must have at least two reviews. As a rule, it will be one review of scientists from Croatia and one of scientist from abroad. In the case of significant differences in reviews, the editorial board will also obtain a third review.
  2. Reviewers receive texts without the author's information, and within a reasonable time fill out the review form and submit it to the Editorial board.
  3. It is the duty of the reviewer to objectively evaluate the text / research and suggest the changes that are necessary for the text to be published, that is, the finalization that would help the text to be at the level required of the scientific texts.
  4. The Editorial board must not send the text to the reviewer, if he/she is in any (known) form of conflict of interest regarding the actors in the publication process.

 

EDITOR

  1. The editor is responsible for the entire process of publishing, from the receipt of the text, recording the date of receipt of the text, through the selection of reviewers, coordinating the review results, to editing, proofreading and publication of those texts.
  2. In his work, the editor acts so that the determinative reason for his work is exclusively the scientific dimension of the texts received (regardless of gender, race, religion or sexual orientation, political or religious beliefs).
  3. It is the editor's task to disable any form of hate speech, or to prevent the publication of texts in which such speech is supported.