Ethical Principles and Publication Policy

Publication Ethics Statement

The TAS Journal of Technical and Applied Sciences adheres to the highest standards in publication ethics and is endorsed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), and World Association of Medical Editors (WAME). adopts published ethical publishing principles; Address for the principles expressed under the heading Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing: [] All submitted articles are original should not be unpublished and under review in another journal. Each article is evaluated in a double-blind referee system. Plagiarism, duplication, false authorship/denied authorship, research/data fabrication, article slicing, slicing, copyright infringement and concealment of conflict of interest are considered unethical behaviors. All articles that do not comply with accepted ethical standards are removed from the publication. This includes articles with possible irregularities and inconsistencies detected after publication.

Articles Requiring Ethics Committee Permission

All kinds of research conducted with qualitative or quantitative approaches that require data collection from the participants by using survey, interview, focus group work, observation, experiment, interview techniques,

Use of humans and animals (including material/data) for experimental or other scientific purposes,

Clinical studies on humans, research on animals,

Retrospective studies in accordance with the personal data protection law.

Research Ethics

The journal observes the highest standards in research ethics and adopts the international research ethics principles defined below. The compliance of the articles with the ethical rules is the responsibility of the authors.

Principles of integrity, quality and transparency should be ensured in designing the research, reviewing the design, and conducting the research.

The research team and participants, the purpose of the research, its methods and possible uses; should be fully informed about the necessities and risks, if any, of participating in the research.

Confidentiality of information provided by research participants and confidentiality of respondents should be ensured. Research should be designed in a way that preserves the autonomy and dignity of the participants.

Research participants should take part in the research voluntarily and should not be under any coercion.

Harm to the participants should be avoided. The research should be planned in a way that does not put the participants at risk.

Be clear about research independence; If there is a conflict of interest, it should be stated.

In experimental studies, written informed consent should be obtained from participants who decide to participate in the research. The consent of the legal guardian of children and custodians or those with a confirmed mental illness must be obtained.

If the study will be carried out in any institution or organization, approval must be obtained from that institution or organization.

In studies with a human element, it should be stated in the “methods” section that “informed consent” was obtained from the participants and ethics committee approval was obtained from the institution where the study was conducted.

Indicating that "Informed Consent Form" was taken in case reports,

Obtaining and specifying permission from the owners for the use of scales, questionnaires, photographs belonging to others,

It should be stated that copyright regulations are complied with for the intellectual and artistic works used.

Authors Responsibility

Compliance of the articles with scientific and ethical rules is the responsibility of the authors.

The author must provide assurance that the article is original, has not been previously published elsewhere, and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, in another language.

Applicable copyright laws and agreements must be observed. Copyrighted material (for example, tables, figures, or large quotations) should be used with due permission and acknowledgment. The work of other authors, contributors, or references should be used appropriately and cited in references.

All authors must have a direct academic and scientific contribution to the submitted article, in this context, “author” is someone who makes a significant contribution to the conceptualization and design of a published research, to the acquisition, analysis or interpretation of data, to the writing of the article or to its content critical review. seen as. Other conditions for being an author are planning or executing and/or revising the work on the article. Funding, data collection, or general supervision of the research group alone does not confer authorship. All individuals listed as authors must meet all the criteria listed, and any individual who meets the above criteria may be listed as an author. Authors' name order