Plagiarism Policy


"Journal of Religion and Society" (JRS) is committed to publishing original and high-quality research in the field of religious studies. The Journal adheres to the highest standards of academic integrity and expects all authors to contribute original work that is free from plagiarism. This policy outlines the Journal's definition of plagiarism, procedures for identifying and addressing plagiarism, and consequences for authors who violate this policy.

1. Definition of Plagiarism:

Plagiarism is the act of presenting the work of another person as one's own without proper attribution. This includes, but is not limited to:

2. Identification and Detection of Plagiarism:

JRS employs various methods to detect plagiarism, including:

3. Consequences of Plagiarism:

Any author found to have plagiarized in a manuscript submitted to JRS will face the following consequences:

4. Author's Responsibility:

Authors are responsible for ensuring the originality of their work and for citing all sources properly. To avoid plagiarism, authors should: