Plagiarism Policy

In our journal, we have provisions regarding plagiarism, which are as follows:

In academic circles, plagiarism is defined as a deliberate attempt to present another person's ideas, opinions, or words as your own without having to provide satisfactory evidence. Plagiarism can also take the form of paraphrasing, summarising, or translating text from sources that are publicly available or privately owned, such as books, articles, websites, or other media, without providing a credit report that is appropriate for the original source.

Orisinalitas dan Atribusi: Authors who submit articles to our journal are expected to ensure the accuracy of the articles. All information, including unfiltered ideas, data, number, or other forms of intellectual property derived from external sources, must be accurately interpreted and described. The right attributes should be provided through reliable references and citation styles that align with journal articles.

Self Plagiarisme: Authors are also required to refrain from using plagiarism, which discourages them from repeating the majority of their previously published works without proper citation. In case the writers need to review their previously discussed work, they should clearly indicate the raw material and obtain permission, if required.

Plagiarism Detection: Our journal uses a sophisticated plagiarism detection technique to ensure the integrity of the publication process while minimizing plagiarism. Every student will be able to perform a thorough analysis of plagiarism. Every instance of plagiarism that is detected will be dealt with and may result in severe consequences, such as the replacement of the article that has been shared.

Consequentialities of Plagiarism: Should plagiarism be detected in a submitted work, the following actions may be taken:

a) Articles may be rejected or rewritten for proper review and citation by writers.

b) It is possible that the author intends to provide clarification or an explanation on the similarities that have been identified with other students.

c) In cases of serious plagiarism, writers may be accused of plagiarism and may be asked to submit their work to journals at a later date.

d) If plagiarism is found in the article that is published, the article can be reviewed again and appropriate corrections will be made.

Submission of Plagiarism: We encourage authors, editors, and other relevant individuals to submit any plagiarism-related material to the journal's editorial board. The above letter will be addressed in a courteous manner, and appropriate advice will be given to address the issue at hand.

This is why we enforce the highest standards of academic integrity and emphasize the importance of independent study to the scientific community. We dedicate to avoid plagiarism and to keep the standards of integrity in our journal.

Plagiarism screening will be conducted by Alif Lam: Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities, Editorial Board used the Turnitin and the Grammarly