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Policy of screening for plagiarism
Papers submitted to MEMORIAMEDIA Review will be screened for plagiarism using Copyscape and Google search.
To report plagiarism:
- Inform us about the article plagiarized - what and where?
- If the plagiarism is proved, editors promote a disciplinary meeting.
- We will communicate with the editor of the original publisher.
- The author will be asked to explain the situation.
- We will reject the article plagiarized, the author will be blacklisted to submit articles for at least 6 years, and the affiliation institution will be informed.
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