Ethical Guideline

Submission to S/N Korean Humanities implies that the work has not been published previously, that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, and that its publication is approved by all authors involved.

Scope of Research Misconduct

"Research misconduct" includes practices of forgery, unauthorized alteration, plagiarism, wrongful indication of author, etc., as explained below.
1. "Forgery" means falsely producing research data and results that do not really exist.
2. "Unauthorized alteration" means distorting research contents and results by intentionally manipulating, altering or deleting existing research data and results.
3. "Plagiarism" means two things: 1) using another person or institution's idea, content, research result, etc., without appropriate citations, and 2) reusing significant, identical, or nearly identical portions of one's own work without acknowledging that one is doing so or without citing the original work.
4. "Wrongful indication of author" means failing to grant authorship to a person who contributed to the research or granting authorship to a person who made no contribution to the research.

When research misconducts are found, the publication of the article in question will be canceled and its author(s) will receive penalties according to the editorial policy of S/N Korean Humanities.