Plagiarism Policy

The Contemporary Public Administration Review (CoPAR) is firmly opposed to any unethical practices involving replication or plagiarism in any form. Plagiarism is deemed to have transpired when substantial segments of a manuscript are replicated from pre-existing published sources. Every manuscript tendered for publication undergoes a meticulous plagiarism assessment via the utilization of Turnitin software. Manuscripts detected with plagiarized content during the initial phases of copyediting are promptly declined and excluded from consideration for publication within the journal. 

Consequently, it is imperative for all authors intending to submit articles to journals to adhere scrupulously to ethical principles and refrain from engaging in any form of plagiarism. Authors can prevent the rejection resulting from plagiarism by doing individual checks using Turnitin, ensuring that the similarity index does not exceed 25%.