- Author is expected to adhere to common ethical policy in academic publication.
- Author has to ensure and make a statement that his/her manuscript has not been published and/or submitted to their journals for publication.
- Author is expected to utilize proper citation (Chicago style through Mendeley application) and acknowledgement.
- Author is expected to ensure that the manuscript is original works and not be involved in various acts of plagiarism and research frauds (data fabrication and falsification).
- Author who would like to withdraw an article submission has to inform JIHI and an agreement should be reached between two parties.
- When the manuscript is published, authors may use their published article under JSH copyrights.
- Authors who have previously published their article on JIHI may publish a new article after four (4) editions have elapsed.
For Editorial Board
- Editorial board is fully responsible for all of the manuscripts that are already published and will be published in every edition.
- Editorial board has to ensure equal opportunities for submission, not making decisions based on aspects such as gender, nationality, religion, ethnic and political principle
- Editorial board is responsible to decide which manuscript will be published in every edition, based on the reviews from reviewers.
- Editorial board has to ensure that articles published have gone through blind review process with peer-reviewers which specialize in the related fields or issue.
- Editorial board has to respect confidentiality as a principle and not to disclose or discuss with any external parties related to submitted manuscript for personal benefit.
- Reviewer will receive a manuscript without the author’s identity to make sure that the review process is fair through double-blind review.
- Reviewer has to make sure that the review process is fair and objective based on the content of the manuscript with clear arguments and explanations.
- Reviewer has to treat every manuscript as a confidential document that should not be shown or discussed with anyone.
- Any information or ideas obtained through peer review process from the manuscript should be kept confidential and not used for any personal advantage by reviewers.