Research Publishing Ethics

Art Style Magazine outlines the best practice principles for our publications. In this way, we wish to highlight the fundamental values of recognition of merit and the originality of researchers and authors. Therefore, we present here the central notions of good conduct and research publishing ethics, based on the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Wiley’s Best Practice Guidelines on Publishing Ethics: A Publisher’s Perspective, Second Edition, the United States National Science Foundation’s policies and procedures, the European Science Foundation’s code of conduct, and the FAPESP São Paulo Research Foundation’s code of good scientific practice.

Contributions are well-evaluated within the principles of good conduct and the editorial ethics of research. Articles must be based on respect for basic human rights and fundamental freedoms.

The editors of Art Style Magazine cannot be held responsible for errors or any consequences arising from the use of information contained in articles published on the Art Style Maganize’s website. Authors agree to the terms and conditions and assure that their submissions are free of third parties’ rights.

The views and opinions expressed in the articles are those of the author and do not reflect the views of Art Style Magazine. The authors of Art Style Magazine’s essays are responsible for its content. Images from other sources should be fully acknowledged in the caption. The Art Style Magazine website provides links to third-party websites. However, the magazine is not responsible for the contents of those linked sites, nor for any link contained in the linked site content of external Internet sites.

Editors and Art Style Magazine’s Scientific Committee as Authors

Art Style Magazine adheres to the recommendations of COPE and Wiley’s Best Practice Guidelines on Publishing Ethics, that state the following: “A short statement may be useful for any published article that lists editors or board members as authors to explain the process used to make the editorial decision.” In this sense, Art Style Magazine adopts strict procedures to guarantee a fair peer review and ensure the articles’ quality by considering the qualifications of its Scientific or Editorial Committee members in the fields of social sciences, humanities, and arts.

The editor-in-chief is ultimately responsible for the journal’s scholarly content. Her responsibility is to direct the magazine’s overall strategy and verify the quality of submitted articles to ensure the publication’s overall quality (see Council of Science Editors, Editor Roles and Responsibilities, Role of the Editor in Chief).