Plagiarism and AI Policy

KJAR journal is a member of CrossRef and CrossRef services, e.g. CrossCheck. All manuscripts received for the KJAR journal are scanned for plagiarism at any stage before the review process or after the revision using the ithenticate similarity check via CrossRef.
The KJAR journal tolerates only 10% of similarity, while if more is detected, authors will be contacted to reduce the rate. If, during the publication process or after the publication, plagiarism is detected, KJAR will act in accordance with the academic ethical principles set forth by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

The authors are encouraged to use paraphrasing and summarizing techniques, and sources should be cited appropriately

AI Writing Declaration Policy
Regarding the use of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and AI language models in submitted research articles, this policy strives to provide transparency and assistance to authors. According to the COPE organization, authors are in charge of making sure that technologies are only used to enhance language, check grammar and spelling, and that the output is thoroughly checked and edited to prevent inaccurate, insufficient, or biased content. Additionally, authors must guarantee that their work is original and that an AI language model did not produce it.