By Y.H. Helen Zhang
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A total of 25 % of Anglophone respondents would reject such papers out of hand; for non-Anglophone respondents this percentage was 13 % (Fig. 9a). There were no marked disciplinary differences (Fig. 9b). 78 % of respondents to Q20 felt that review papers with an OSI > *50 % would not be acceptable, and more than 60 % of respondents said that the acceptable OSI in a review article would be <35 %. Again, disciplinary differences were not marked (Fig. 10). 16 % choose “others” showing no metrics, which depends on what is similar and why.
Any attempt to reduce or prevent plagiarism and duplicate publication will require that not only academic journal editors or scholarly publishers, but also scientists themselves, whether acting as authors or as reviewers, accept the responsibility to raise their own standards, and indeed to establish criteria so that the next generation can clearly understand the difference between ethical and unethical publishing behavior . In addition, our survey indicates a relatively high awareness of plagiarism issues, and high ethical standards in dealing with them, among academic journal editors around the world.
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Against Plagiarism: A Guide for Editors and Authors by Y.H. Helen Zhang