Publication Ethics


Publication Ethics for "Odyssey of Academic Curiosity"

"Odyssey of Academic Curiosity" is an academic journal that publishes original research on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering. The journal is committed to the highest standards of publication ethics, and all authors and reviewers are expected to uphold these standards.


Only those who have made a significant contribution to the research should be listed as authors. All authors must agree to the order of authorship and must disclose any potential conflicts of interest.

Data integrity

All data and results must be reported accurately and honestly. Authors must be able to provide supporting documentation for all of their data and claims.


Plagiarism is the act of copying another person's work without attribution. It is a serious academic offense and will not be tolerated by "Odyssey of Academic Curiosity." Authors are responsible for ensuring that their work is original and that any sources are properly cited.

Duplicate publication

Duplicate publication is the act of publishing the same work in two or more different journals. It is not allowed by "Odyssey of Academic Curiosity." Authors must disclose any previous submissions of their work to other journals.

Conflict of interest

A conflict of interest is a situation in which an author's personal interests could influence their research findings. Authors must disclose any potential conflicts of interest to the journal editor.

Ethical review

Authors of research involving human subjects or animals must obtain ethical approval from an appropriate review board.

Review process

All manuscripts submitted to "Odyssey of Academic Curiosity" are peer-reviewed by two or more experts in the field. Reviewers are expected to be fair and objective in their assessments.

Editorial decision

The journal editor makes the final decision on whether or not to publish a manuscript. The editor may consider the following factors:

  • The significance of the research
  • The quality of the writing and presentation
  • The originality of the work
  • The ethical implications of the research

Post-publication issues

If an author discovers an error in their published article, they should notify the journal editor immediately. The editor will then decide whether to publish a correction or erratum.

"Odyssey of Academic Curiosity" is committed to maintaining the highest standards of publication ethics. By adhering to these standards, authors and reviewers can help to ensure the integrity and quality of the journal's content.