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Enforcement Guidelines on the Ethics Codes
Article 1Oath of Ethics
A member of The Korean Society of Costume swears that he/she shall observe the Society’s Ethics Codes.
Article 2Structure of the Research Ethics Committee
The Research Ethics Committee consists of at least 7 members, including 1 Chairperson, and the members are recommended by the Board of Directors (BOD) and appointed by the Chairperson. The term of the members shall be 3 years and may be renewed. Other details shall be subject to the Ethics Codes of The Korean Society of Costume.
Article 3Reporting a Breach of Research Ethics Codes
1. A reporter is a person who reports to the Society on fraudulent acts and/or related evidence of which he/she has become aware. The reporter may use any means necessary, reporting verbally, in writing, over the phone, via email, etc., and shall, in principle, make a report under his/her real name.
2. A reporter’s identity shall not be disclosed, and the Society shall make efforts to protect reporters from being disadvantaged or disclosed against their will on the grounds of the reporting per se.
3. Reporters may request information from the Society about the procedure and schedule of the investigation, and the Society shall sincerely respond to such a request.
4. In the event that the reporting is proved to be fabricated or falsified, the reporter shall be held responsible in accordance with the Research Ethics Codes of The Korean Society of Costume.
Article 4Protection of a Subject’s Rights
1. A subject is a person who has been reported on or recognized by the Society for any fraudulent act, and witnesses or other related persons shall not be considered subjects.
2. The Ethics Committee must not reveal the identity of the member at hand until a final decision is made on a violation of Ethics Regulations by the Ethics Committee; and shall make efforts to restore the reputation of the reported member after he/she is acquitted.
3. The Ethics Committee must give members reported of violating the Ethics Codes sufficient opportunity to speak and defend themselves.
4. The subject may request the Society for information on the procedure and schedule of an investigation, and the Society shall sincerely respond to any such request.
Article 5Authority of the Research Ethics Committee
The Ethics Committee shall research reported cases of violation of the Ethics Codes, referencing the reporter, the subject, witnesses, other related persons, and evidence; and may suggest appropriate disciplinary action to the BOD if a violation is judged to be true.
Article 6Investigation and Deliberation of the Research Ethics Committee
The scope of the Committee’s investigation and deliberation includes any and all acts or conducts defined by Article 3 of the Research Ethics Codes. However, violation of copyright shall be excluded from review subjects as the researcher or author shall be held responsible for such behavior.
Article 7Statute of Limitations
Subjects of reporting and review for violation of the Research Ethics Codes shall be those published within 5 years from the time of reporting.
Article 8Cooperation on the Committee’s Investigation and Deliberation
Members reported for violation of the Research Ethics Codes have a duty to cooperate with the Ethics Committee in their investigations. Failure to cooperate in the investigation itself shall be regarded as a violation of the Ethics Codes.
Article 9Procedures and Contents of Disciplinary Action
If a report or suggestion of disciplinary action is made to the Ethics Committee regarding a member, the President must call the BOD and make a final decision on whether disciplinary action should be set. If the BOD decides that the member violated the Ethics Codes, disciplinary actions, i.e., ranging from a warning to suspension of his/her membership, may be applied according to the weight of the act of violation. If required, the decision and disciplinary action may be reported to other institutions or individuals; and online publications may retroactively be deleted.
Article 10Amendments to the Ethics Codes
Amendments to these Research Ethics Codes are subject to the amendment procedure of The Korean Society of Costume’s Bylaws. In the event that the Ethics Codes are revised, members who have agreed to follow the existing codes shall follow the new codes without any additional signature of agreement.