Types of Articles
NAAR is an open access international journal in only online version. Abstracts and full texts of all articles published in the journals can be read online without any form of restriction.
Articles submitted to NAAR are subject to strict peer-reviewing. The journal operates a single blind peer-review (the reviewers know the authors’ identities, but the authors do not know the reviewers’ identities; the reviewers are selected from different university then author/s).
Key characteristics of peer review process are listed below:
All articles of NAAR are published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International License. Readers can copy, distribute, transmit and adapt the work provided the original work and source is appropriately cited.
Submission of a manuscript implies that authors have met the requirements of the editorial policy and publication ethics. Authors retain the copyright of their articles published in the journal. However, authors agree that their articles remain permanently open access under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International License.
Ghostwriting" and "guest authorship" prevention
The editors of NAAR lead the policy of "ghostwriting" and "guest authorship" prevention.
"Ghostwriting" is the case of contributing a publication without revealing one's participation as one of the authors or without reference to their role in the acknowledgments in the publication.
"Guest authorship" (honorary authorship) is the case of insignificant contribution of the author or its complete absence and nevertheless being the author or co-author of the publication.
The editors reserve the right to reveal all aspects of scientific dishonesty, i.e. failure to comply with actions eliminating the occurrence of the aforementioned practices.
The editors require that Authors should reveal individual co-authors' contribution to the publication. Potential contributions include:
However, the author submitting the manuscript will chiefly be held responsible. (The ghostwriting and guest authorship prevention procedure in NAAR was written according to the guidelines of the USA Education)