한국복식의 선명한 기준 한국복식 학회

연구윤리규정

  • 홈으로
  • > 학술지
  • > The Korean Society of Costume’s Research Ethics Codes
The Korean Society of Costume’s Research Ethics Codes
Section 1 Researchers’ Ethics
Article 1 Academic Freedom and Social Responsibilities
Researchers in the field of costume studies have the basic rights for freedom of academics and adopt the following attitude and social responsibilities:
They shall not discriminate against the academic accomplishments of a group that is different in terms of ideas, religion, age, gender, race, academic background, social position, culture, etc.
2. They shall be willing to revise errors if persuasive evidence against one’s own research is presented.
3. They shall be open to new research subjects, frameworks, and approaches.
Article 2 Reporting of Research Results
1. Researchers shall not artificially alter research data or results.
2. Researchers shall ensure the anonymity of research subjects.
3. In the case where a material error is discovered in published results, the author shall correct the error by appropriately publishing a list of errata, cancellation, or correction.
Article 3 Scope of Research Fraudulence
A fraudulent act refers to fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, unjustified presentation of authorship, and other misconducts, which are included in the research proposal, execution, or presentation, and each term is defined as listed below:
1. “Fabrication” is intentional misrepresentation of research results by making up data.
2. “Falsification” is distortion of research contents or results by artificially altering or deleting research materials, equipment, or processes.
3. “Plagiarism” is "wrongful appropriation" and "stealing and publication" of another author's “thoughts, ideas, research contents and results, etc., or expressions" and the representation of them as one's own original work.
4. “Unjustified presentation of authorship” means either 1) not being recorded as an author or co-author when one has contributed to the study or writing, or 2) being recorded as an author or co-author to show gratitude or respect when one has made little or no contribution to the study or writing.
5. “Other misconducts” include acts or conducts severely deviating from what is generally accepted by the academic society.
Article 4 Publication
1. Authors can only be held responsible and recognized as the author of studies that they have actually conducted or contributed to.
2. The order of authors of a study or other published results should accurately reflect how much each author has contributed to the study regardless of their comparative professional position.
3. The criteria for ‘Authorship’ are as follows. All researchers designated as authors should meet all four criteria for authorship. A researcher who is dissatisfied with any of the criteria shall be recognized as a contributor.
 ① Substantial contributions to the conception or design of the work or the acquisition, analysis, or interpretation of data for the work
 ② Drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content
 ③ Final approval of the version to be published
 ④ Agreement to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved
Article 5 Repetitive Publication
Authors shall not attempt to submit or publish research that has been published elsewhere, whether in Korea or internationally (including studies that have been accepted for publication or are being reviewed elsewhere), as if they were new studies.
Article 6 Quotations and References
1. Efforts should be made to ensure accurate documentation when quoting from open academic materials, and the source must be revealed for materials that are not considered general knowledge. Academic materials that have been obtained through personal contact can only be quoted upon agreement with the researcher providing the information.
2. Footnotes must be used to mark whether the information is a quote or reference if words are quoted or ideas are referenced from another person's work.
Article 7 Violation of Copyright
Authors shall not use another person’s publications in their papers without the original authors’ agreement or approval. If a researcher or an author violates this clause and any conflict arises therefrom, the researcher or author shall be held responsible.
Article 8 Revisions
Authors should accept the opinions of the reviewers and editors that surface in the reviewing process as much as possible and make efforts to reflect them in the article; in the event that authors do not agree with such opinions, they shall clarify their reasons and grounds in detail and notify the editors and reviewers.
Section 2 Editors’ Ethics
Article 1
Editors shall make a decision on whether a manuscript is published, and shall respect the character, academic beliefs, and independence of authors.
Article 2
Editors shall handle articles submitted for publication fairly, based solely on the qualitative standards and submission regulations, regardless of the author’s gender, age, position, or personal relationships, and without any prejudice to the author.
Article 3
Editors shall appoint reviewers who are judged to have expert knowledge and the ability to fairly evaluate submissions.
Article 4
Editors shall not reveal information about the author or article to anyone other than the reviewer until a decision has been made to publish the submitted article or paper.
Section 3 Reviewers’ Ethics
Article 1
 Reviewers must sincerely review submissions according to submission regulations within the set period of time and report the results of a review to the Editorial Board. If a reviewer thinks that he or she is not the right person to conduct the review, the reviewer shall notify the Editorial Board immediately.
Article 2
Reviewers must review submissions fairly, according to objective standards, regardless of personal academic beliefs or personal relationships with the author. A reviewer cannot deny a submission without providing sufficient evidence, or because an article has a different viewpoint or interpretation from that of the reviewer, and must not review a submission while failing to read it properly. The reviewer's comments should reveal their opinions on the submission, and explain reasons for areas that the reviewer finds needs supplementation.
Article 3
Reviewers shall ensure confidentiality of articles reviewed. Contents from the submission also cannot be quoted before publication of the article in the journal without consent from the author.