Jurnal Sejarah Citra Lekha (JSCL, e-ISSN: 2443-0110) is published by Department of History Faculty of Humanities Diponegoro University, it is published twice a year in February and August. JSCL covers all areas and periods in Indonesian history, it deals with all aspects of the history including economic, social, cultural, and politics. All historical approaches are also welcomed. This journal accepts on diverse format includes an article from scientific forums, review essays, and special issues. The editor also received a book review to be published in a special section of the publication. The articles can be written to be submitted in Indonesia and English.
The articles published in this journal, has been through a review process on substance and technical at least by 2 reviewers both double-blind. Peer-review articles will be reviewed to see the suitability of page formats, images, tables, cites and reference lists as well as systematics article generation. The plagiarism element check is conducted through a search engine media on Google Scholar.
Review is done for 4-8 weeks. If desired, the reviewer may request to be reviewed again after the author revises his article. The decision whether the article is accepted or not, fully in the authority of Editor in Chief based on recommendations from reviewers.
JSCL publishes 2 (two) numbers each year, in February and August. The publication must be conducted at the end of each month of February and August. Articles published in JSCL are available online and are freely access and download via its fulltext address http://ejournal.undip.ac.id/index.php/jscl.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. The accepted articles will be available and free to download from this JSCL portal.
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Jurnal Sejarah Citra Lekha (JSCL) is strictly against the ethics of academic article publication for duplication of publication, as such, manuscripts to be submitted to JSCL must be with the understanding that same had not been published and is/are not undergoing processing for publication in any other journal. It is mandatory for contributors (authors) to give a written declaration that a submitted work has not been previously published and is not being considered for publication elsewhere. As a result of our commitment to ensure that all submissions are original, the Editorial Offices of our journals are saddled with the responsibility to cross-check as a way of ensuring that submitted articles have not been published prior to their submission to our journals.
There is limit to the extent that JSCL can investigate misconduct of our contributors, as such, we call on external reviewers and the entire science community to report any misconduct to our help desk officer through email@example.com for prompt action to be taken.
JSCL publishes 'retractions' if work is proven to be fraudulent, or 'expressions of concern' if editors have well-founded suspicion of misconduct. JSCL also publishes 'replacement' in the cases where the article, if acted upon, might pose a serious health risk, the authors of the original article may wish to retract the flawed original and replace it with a corrected version. In these circumstances the procedures for retraction will be followed with the difference that the database retraction notice will publish a link to the corrected re-published article and a history of the document.
JSCL encourages correspondence commenting on published items and should always invite authors to respond to any correspondence before publication. However, authors do not have a right to veto unfavorable comments about their work and they may choose not to respond to criticisms.
Neither peer-reviewer comments nor published correspondence should contain personal attacks on the authors. Editors should encourage peer reviewers to criticize the work not the researcher and should edit (or reject) letters containing personal or offensive statements.
JSCL journals' editors and readers have the right to expect that submitted work is the author's own, that it has not been plagiarized (i.e. taken from other authors without permission, if permission is required or proper citation of the original work) and that copyright has not been breached (for example, if figures or tables are reproduced).
The editorial offices of our journals encourage peer reviewers to destroy manuscripts sent to them for review after they have reviewed them. The guidelines to peer reviewers for our journals are explicit about the roles and responsibilities of peer reviewers, in particular the need to treat submitted material in confidence until it has been published.
Authors of JSCL must adhere to the following guidelines:
Reviewers of JSCL must adhere to the following guidelines:
Editors of JSCL must adhere to the following guidelines:
Publication fees are raised for the articles which have been published at Jurnal Sejarah Citra Lekha (JSCL). Authors will be informed on the further notice by the editorial teams.
In order to avoid any plagiarism claims on published article in JSCL, the editor urges the authors to ensure that each article to be published does not constitute:
In addition, the plagiarism element check is conducted through Google Scholar.
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