Conciencia is a peer review journal that is published electronically and in print. This is published twice a year (in June and December) by the Postgraduate of Raden Fatah Islamic State University, Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. The publication of articles at Conciencia is a kind of collaboration between the author and the journal itself. The author's article published in Conciencia is the realization of the author's knowledge as a representative of his institution supported by a peer review and editing process arranged by Conciencia to ensure the standard of publication carried out by Conciencia. Therefore, it is necessary to have a kind of agreement on standards for all people involved in the publication process: writers, journal editors, peer reviewers, and publishers.
Articles sent in Conciencia must be original articles written by the author. Articles sent in Conciencia are articles that have never been published in other journals or are in the process of being reviewed in other journals. Article content must be accurate. The data presented in the article must be based on actual research data. The concepts offered in the article must be based on reputable journals. Authors must screen plagiarism for the article. The author must quote the source correctly based on the sources he quoted, both in the form of written publications and personal interviews.
The author must be willing to provide raw data to the editor if needed in the peer review process or even after publication.
The author must notify the editor if there is a conflict of interest and must notify the editor if there are some inaccurate errors / data in the article script and correct articles or provide facts to the editor immediately.
The editorial board of Conciencia decides which articles are submitted in journals to be accepted or rejected based on standards carried out by all editorial board members led by the editor in chief and the results of peer review sessions.
Editors at Conciencia are committed to being fair to all authors who submit their articles in journals. Editors may not reject papers based on suspicion, they must have evidence of violations.
The editor at Conciencia makes decisions based solely on the interests, originality, clarity, and relevance of these works to the scope of publication.
The editor will act if they suspect a violation, whether a paper is published or not published, and make all reasonable efforts to continue to get a resolution to the problem.
Each Editor of the Journal Conciencia is obliged not to provide information about each text submitted in a journal to anyone other than the appropriate author, reviewers, potential reviewers, other editorial advisors and publishers, as appropriate.
Conciencia reviewers must keep all information about the manuscript submitted and not provide that information to others.
All reviewers at Conciencia must review all articles sent in journals objectively by expressing their feedback clearly with supporting arguments.
All reviewers at Conciencia must identify plagiarism carried out by authors who do not cite the references cited in the article.
The results of the peer review help the editor in making editorial decisions and through editorial communication with the writer can also help the writer in improving the quality of the paper.
All reviewers must notify the editor as soon as possible if the article assigned to the review does not match the background of the reviewers' knowledge.
Special information or ideas obtained through peer review must be kept confidential and not used for personal gain. Reviewers may not consider texts where they have a conflict of interest.