The journal publishes book reviews in each issue. The list below consists of some English books that are in the scope of our journal.
Ethical Principles and Publication Policy
The Journal of Interdisciplinary Food Studies (ISSN 2791-6960 and e-ISSN 2792-0259) accepts academic studies prepared per scientific ethical principles. The evaluation and publication are done under publishing ethical principles. In this context, the primary ethical responsibilities of the parties are listed below.
The Journal of Interdisciplinary Food Studies adheres to the highest standards and adopts "Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)" principles.
Our journal is committed to following TR Dizin’s suggestion in following the ethical guidance and expects those involved in any journal process to do so (for readers, editors, editors, publisher, referees, and authors). Following TR Dizin's suggestion, our journal is committed to obeying the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
As suggested by TR Dizin, all studies that require ethical approval need to prove that they have obtained it.
The ethics approval information should be mentioned in the method section and on the article's first/last pages with the date and other information, such as the record number of the ethical institution.
Also, all parties must comply with;
Ethical principles for authors;
- The purpose of the works to be published cannot be unscientific such as commercials, advertisements, propaganda, etc.
- The study has to be original; the used sources should be given by reference in a complete and consistent manner both in the text and in the bibliography.
- Submitted work must not be published elsewhere or in the process of publication.
- There should be no violations of scientific ethics in work such as plagiarism, forgery, distortion, republishing, slicing, unfair authorship, etc.
- The support of individual and legal entities who contributed to the study without authorship should be reported together with the type of support and should be stated in a separate place other than the author(s) in the acknowledgement section.
- Ethics and moral rights should be respected in human and animal trials, and an ethical committee decision should be taken before the trial (there should be an ethical committee with a majority of medical professionals in superhuman trials).
- If there is a conflict of interest between the author(s), it must be declared during the application.
In addition, the corresponding author has the following responsibilities;
- Determination of authors is the responsibility of the Corresponding Author.
- In the study, only people who
- contribute greatly to the idea or design of the study,
- involve in the acquisition of data,
- involve in analysis
- interpret the data
- make a critical contribution to the intellectual content in the preparation,
- write or review the article
should be stated as authors.
The acknowledgement section should mention people who contributed less or differently to work. Defending the situation openly in case of conflict, Assoc Dr Please contact Rasim TÖSTEN (firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com).
Ethical principles for referees;
- If the referee finds out who the authors are by any means or if there is a conflict of interest or funding relations with the authors, the referees should notify the editor and withdraw from the refereeing.
- Referees must act impartially in the evaluation.
- The result of the evaluation and the criticisms should be parallel and match each other.
- Referees may not engage in any conversation, publication, statements, or behavior that would violate the originality and uniqueness of the work before publication.
- Referees have to protect the confidentiality of additional information that the author does not want to be published.
- Referees cannot use the privileges provided by refereeing for their personal scientific studies in any way other than in accordance with scientific and ethical ways.
Ethical principles for editors;
- Editors should only accept publications suitable for their field.
- They should not have a conflict of interest with the authors.
- Their decisions should be impartial and in a way that contributes to science.
- Their decisions must not be inconsistent with the referees' decisions without reason.
- Editors cannot make any statements, publications, or behaviors that would violate the originality of the work before publication.
- They have to protect the confidentiality of additional information that their authors do not want to be published.
- They cannot use the privileges provided by the editorship for their personal scientific studies in any way other than in accordance with ethical and scientific ways.
Scientific ethics violations such as plagiarism, forgery, distortion, republishing, slicing, unfair authorship, etc., are the authors' responsibility. Authors are required to submit similarity reports of publications. When such ethical violations are detected, the publication results in an immediate rejection decision.
Violations of ethical principles stated above should be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, in case the above-mentioned ethical violation suspicion accusations (during the preparation, evaluation, acceptance, and publication stages of publications), Assoc Dr Rasim TÖSTEN (email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org) should be contacted.