|Peer Review Process
|Focus and Scope
|Article Proccessing Charge
|Open Access Statement
|Indexing & Abstracting
According to the Regulation of the Minister of National Education Number 17 in the year of 2010 states that plagiarism is an act of intentionally or unintentionally obtaining credit or grade for a scientific work, by citing part or all of the scientific work and/or work of another party, without stating the source explicitly. appropriate and adequate. For this reason, it is deemed necessary to prevent plagiarism. Henceforth, the manuscript submitted to Mediastima will be screened for similarity check using Plagiarism Check. Manuscript found to contain a similarity index percentage higher than 25% (including self-plagiarism) will be rejected.
Duplicate and Redundant Publications
The accepted manuscript has not been published or is being reviewed in other journals. Submitting the same manuscript to more than one journal simultaneously or under review in other journals is not denied. If the manuscript is under review, the author must cite a different previous article. Excessive publication, division of research results into several articles (salami slicing) is unacceptable.