Policy for Retraction and Expressions
ASIAN JOURNAL OF HUMANITY, ART AND LITERATURE recognizes the importance of protecting the integrity and completeness of the scholarly record for scholars and libraries.
An article cannot be withdrawn from a journal after publishing, DOI generation, and Portico archiving. Published articles must be kept as accurate and unedited as feasible.
Occasionally, an article may be published and later retracted or removed. Such actions should only be taken in exceptional circumstances. We will archive all article versions, including retracted or otherwise removed articles, at the Portico.
This policy addressed these issues and included current scholarly and library best practices.
Withdrawal of the article
Work may be withdrawn only after it has been submitted and before it is published.
In this case, it signifies that the article material (in PDF or Word format) has been withdrawn from the journal's submission system.
The editors reserve the right to reject articles (which are accepted for publication but have not yet been formally formatted and published and will not yet have the complete volume/issue/page information) if they contain errors, or are discovered to be accidental duplicates of other published articles, or are determined to violate our journal publishing ethics guidelines in their opinion (such as multiple submission, bogus claims of authorship, plagiarism, fraudulent use of data, or the like).
Not to be utilized unless in the case of articles that have not yet been added to the archive and which may contain errors or have been unintentionally submitted twice. There is no charge for this service.
Retraction of an article
Plagiarism, forgery of authorship, and other violations of ethical rules are examples of what we call "ethical blunders." A retraction will be used on occasion to remedy errors that have occurred during the submission or publication process.
The retraction of an article by its authors or the editor has long been a recurring occurrence in the field of higher education and research. There is a fee of 250 US dollars that must be paid.
>> In the URL of the article, an unsigned retraction notice named "Retraction: [article title]" signed by the authors and/or the editor is published, and it will remain in the contents list of the published issue.
>> The URL for the original article will be maintained in its entirety, with a note on the.pdf stating that it has been "retracted."
>> The PDF version of the previously uploaded document will be deleted.
Removing articles: legal limits
In rare cases, removing an abstract URL from the journal's online database may be required (archive). This will happen only if the article is clearly defamatory or breaches others' legal rights, if a court order is or will be issued, or if clicking on the abstract URL poses a significant health risk. To comply with legal requirements, the article text will be replaced by a screen stating that the article has been removed. A fee of 450$ is required.
An author may opt to retract an article that contains harmful material and replace it with a rectified version. A fee of $150 is required.