Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement
Jurnal al-Qiraat: Journal of Al-Quran and Contemporary Issues adheres to the standards of the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE) in publishing.
Submission of articles mean:
The paper submitted has not been published before, except in abstract form, or as part of published lectures or academic theses. It has not been considered for publication somewhere else. Its submission and publication in a journal is known and approved by all Contributors. The paper is a product written by the Authors and there is no falsification, data fabrication or plagiarism including double publication by the Authors without accurate referencing. Any ethical misconduct will be dealt seriously using the guidelines issued by COPE.
Code of Conduct for Journal Editors
Code of Conduct for Journal Publishers
After the acceptance of articles, the Authors will be asked to transfer the copyrights. This transference will ensure the widest distribution of information. A notification will be sent to the Authors to verify on the receipt of the manuscript.
If excerpts from copyrighted works are included, the Authors will obtain the written permission from the copyright owners, and credit them in the article.
OPEN ACCESS POLICY
Al-Qiraat: Journal of Al-Quran and Contemporary Issues is an open access journal, which means that all of its contents can be accessed freely without any payment by users or the institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to full texts of articles without prior permission from the authors or publishers. This is in line with the definition of open access by the Budapest Inisiative Access (BOAI).
The publication fee for the journal is RM150.00 for locals, and USD 50 for foreigners (inclusive of taxes).
Al-Qiraat: Journal of Al-Quran and Contemporary Issues practises paired academic review where the author and reviewer are unknown to each other. Any submitted manuscript, if considered suitable, will undergo a verification process which will involve at least a reviewer to a maximum of three reviewers. The number of reviewers is the prerogative of the Chief Author and the Editorial Panel. The review may be lengthy, but it is an effort to ensure that the result may be known to the authors the soonest possible. Delays are common as the reviewers are working academics with commitments. Patience on the part of the aithors are appreciated.