Ethics & Responsibilities


At Boston Research Journals, we believe that success comes from teamwork. For our publishing to stay at the top, every one of our members has a significant contribution. It includes the authors along with the reviewers, our editors, and our professional staff.

We aspire to reach the top standards with our council’s collective participation, the Publications Board, the Special Interest Associations, editors-in-chief, editorial boards, program chairs, and committees, granting every working body of people together with readers and libraries, to engage impartially and productively. With this conviction, Boston Research Journals determines this document that encapsulates the rights and duties of readers, editors, authors, reviewers, committees, program chairs, and libraries. All the rights and responsibilities are undoubtedly implied for the professional staff even though there is no direct reference. For instance, editor’s and authors’ rights can particularly be achieved by sound service from the professional staff. Inversely, the certified team will not be able to achieve any success on their own.

Our fundamental objective is that the publication process endures the support of members (Fellows and Associates and Registered Users of the Website etc.) of the Boston Research Journals. Boston Research Journals has confidence in its accomplishments that should be deduced commonly in details of our high-quality, cost-effective circulation of knowledge and not barely in terms of a publication’s organization. We stress the process of publication, which includes papers, web postings, technical reports, audio, and video presentations, conferences, etc. in Print Journals, 3D Virtual Journals, e-journals, and Interactive Journals. The publications’ quality and the assignments each person considers are medium to these extensive aspirations. This document pertains to journals, books, eBooks, magazines, newsletters, conference proceedings, and transactions published by Boston Research Journals, cited in this document in general terms as publications. When specific privileges and duties are restricted to a few subsets of our publications, those subsets would be explicitly acclaimed. However, a few exceptions to this policy may take place. These exceptions are commonly raised in Boston Research Journals’ professionally managed magazines and news services with specific well-timed requirements. Yet, the aim of these publications, as for Boston Research Journals’ alternative publications, is to contribute the finest in material services.

Authors’ Rights

Authors or institutes submit their work to Boston Research Journals, and we take it as a responsibility to turn it into a high-quality paper.

They trust Boston Research Journals because they value their stature and their cost-effective publication amenities as a place to present their ideas (usually research) to the community or this website. In return, we expect authors to submit work that is ready for publication and be responsive to practical requests throughout the publication process. There are four crucial components in creating a quality publication. The author has both rights and responsibilities in their interactivity with the Boston Research Journals: authorship, review of the submission, processing of accepted work, and publication. Given any conflict, we are only liable to return actual author charges, which the author pays by any means.


Authors should associate with us following the ethical values concerning the processing of the content of their work. Particularly, Boston Research Journals presumes authors to respect the intellectual property rights of others in manuscripts submitted for publication by Boston Research Journals. Authors should not plagiarize others’ work. Finally, authors should not expect Boston Research Journals to look for remittance for unethical use of their work. (See the Boston Research Journals Policy on Plagiarism for more details.)

Thus, Boston Research Journals expects authors to

● Obtain applicable permission for the reuse and reclaim of content copyrighted by somebody else.
● Whenever reusing sections of their own already published work in a new manuscript, explicitly state within the text of the manuscript which sections were published elsewhere, and
include references (mentioning reference is compulsory).
● Legally recognize all persons who have direct contributions to the work.


When an author submits a manuscript, a confidential double-blind review process takes place. The review process aims to make a relevant, appropriate, and timely conclusion (can take 7 to 15 days or more depending on the research performed) on whether a submission should be published.

Conclusions like these are based on appropriate reviews by well-qualified and unbiased reviewers. Authors have the right to expect prompt, clear, and specific responses. To facilitate this process, a submission should follow publication necessities, and authors should be proactive in responding to questions.

Therefore, authors can expect Boston Research Journals to-

  • Keep them updated on the status of their
  • Use unbiased
  • Issue timely reviews and clear
  • Maintain

Simultaneously, Boston Research Journals expects authors to:

  • Submit their work to only a single publication in a period.
  • Follow submission specifications, e.g., topic areas, originality, page limits, cleared rights, accurate citations, designated contact, acknowledging the contributions to work appropriately.
  • Respond appropriately and in time to reviews.
  • Respond to reviews with one voice even in a case of having more than one
  • Respond positively to requests to stand as an arbiter for other papers.

Processing of accepted works

Once a submission has been approved and all the formalities are finished, authors can expect Boston Research Journals to publish the research in a timely and professional way. Authors can anticipate having the approval of all variations to the work. Along with it, Boston Research Journals will seek to not let authors work unnecessarily. Yet, authors do have a responsibility to work with Boston Research Journals to complete the publication process.

Hence authors can expect Boston Research Journals to:

● Provide some time to fix galleries for the journal, transactions, and magazine articles.
● Look for author advocacy of the final copy for the journal, transactions, and newsletter articles.
● Be financially responsible for its own internal preparation costs.
● Note all copy-editing changes for journals and transactions.
● Avoid the introduction of any error in the production process.
● Avoid the addition of matter without the corresponding author’s approval.
● Assure metadata accuracy for the journal, transactions, and magazine articles.

And Boston Research Journals expects authors to:

● Express with one voice even if there is more than one author.
● Respond appropriately to reviews and comments while working on the final version.
● Work with the publisher and editor to accomplish the design, quality constraints, and other things.
● Maintain proper communication without any foul behavior

Dissemination (Broadcasting)

The publication is only a part of the extensive aim of sharing ideas and results. Authors can expect Boston Research Journals to contribute to this broad aim, particularly to motivate publication in multiple media. Boston Research Journals hopes the authors to identify Boston Research Journals’ contribution and not publish the same material in other venues, except as legalized by Boston Research Journals copyright policy.

Therefore, authors can expect Boston Research Journals to:

● Allow a submission to be put on home pages and public sources before and after review.
● Allow an author’s version of their own Boston Research Journals-copyrighted work on their own server or on servers belonging to their companies.
● Allow metadata information, e.g., bibliographic, abstract, and keywords, for their individual work to be openly available.
● Allow authors the right to reuse their statistics in their own succeeding publications for which they have granted Boston Research Journals copyright.
● Provide statistics for every journal, transaction, and newsletter on its regular turn-around time and its current backlog of articles.

And Boston Research Journals expects authors to:

● Appropriately acknowledge the publisher’s effort.
● Guarantee that whenever the authors or their employers provide a link to an individual copy that there is a link to the Boston Research Journals’ definitive version also.
● Guarantee that all versions copyrighted by Boston Research Journals bear the Boston Research Journals copyright.

Reviewers (Peer Reviewers, those who review a research)

Boston Research Journals identifies that the quality of a judged publication relies mainly on the unbiased judgment of their volunteer reviewers. An editorial board or program committee should approach an individual reviewer seldom and only with a manuscript that both comes under the reviewer’s expertise and meets the journal guidelines. (Please note that some magazines/journals do not formally review all articles and that many newsletters and some magazines do not arbitrate articles.)

Thus, reviewers can expect Boston Research Journals to:

● Maintain their anonymity.
● Find out if they are willing to review before the submission is sent to them. The deadline for the review will follow its request.
● Convey guidelines on what comprises a reviewing conflict of interest.
● Ask them to review only submissions for which the editor feels they have the expertise and request only a restricted number of reviews over the course of a year.
● Realize that they have the right to decline a requested review.
● Give a relevant length of time for a review, where the length of time depends on the publication.
● Not, again and again, ask them to make up for delays presented by other participants in the reviewing cycle.
● Do not ask them to give reviews for submissions that do not satisfy the requirements of either specified publication (e.g., page count restrictions) or which are obviously inappropriate for the publication.
● Acknowledge their efforts in the publication process, while maintaining the confidentiality of which submissions they reviewed.
● Can inform them of the editorial decisions for the submission, including the author-visible portion of reviews.
● May tell them who will see their review. Realize that reviewers own the copyright for their reviews.

And Boston Research Journals expects reviewers to
● Inform the demanding editor of any possible conflicts of interest.
● Review the submission by the pre-decided deadline.
● Identify the charter and review standards and processes of the publication.
● Read the complete submission carefully, prepare the review carefully, implement the skilled judgment, use suitable language in a review, and fill out provided review forms in full.
● Sufficiently document in their review the reasons behind their recommendations.
● Review consecutive revisions of a submission that they originally reviewed, should the editor feel that is relevant.
● Maintain the confidentiality of the existence and status of submissions of which the reviewer becomes aware.
● Do not use/practice results from submitted works in their works, research, or grant proposals, unless and until that material appears in other publicly available formats, such as a technical report or as a published work.
● Do not distribute/allocate/give a submission to anyone unless permitted by the editor handling the submission.
● Maintain the anonymity of the other reviewers, should they become known to that reviewer.

The “Rights and Responsibilities in Boston Research Journals Publishing” promises that we will preserve reviewers’ anonymity. Editors and administrators of Boston Research Journals publications must keep all reviewers’ individualities of particular manuscripts hidden from authors, other reviewers, and the public.

Recognition of reviewers may be revealed to members of a publication’s Editorial Board or to Boston Research Journals staff as needed to promote expert information in special conditions. In cases like these, the identification of a critic may also be told to other reviewers of a similar manuscript, provided that the agreement of all affected reviewers is received. Reviewers must also maintain the confidentiality of reviewer identities, as well as the reviews themselves, that are communicated to them at any period.

Refrain from the anonymity policy is made in the case of a program board review of conference submissions. It is acceptable to do reviews and reviewers’ identities apparent to the entire package committee, provided that all committee members and solicited reviewers are informed in advance of this practice. (A further refrain occurs when a program committee associate is also an author. Names of reviewers cannot be told to the author.)

This policy does not avoid the simple citation of all reviewers of a particular volume or proceedings without reference to particular manuscripts for acknowledgment or the visibility of reviewer’s names in a composite database for use by the editors.

Editors, program chairs and program committees

Boston Research Journals identifies that editing a publication is an important task completed by volunteers, and for some journals, by professional staff. Boston Research Journals thrives to provide editors and program chairs and committees with the best possible support so that they can effectively
complete their task. In return, editors and program chairs, and boards should be careful in managing the review process.

Editors and program chairs and committees can expect Boston Research Journals to

● Work with appropriate vendors to preserve the confidentiality requirements mentioned in this document in any manuscript tracking the system provided to editors and program boards by Boston Research Journals.
● Provide the training, documentation, and support required to use effectively the manuscript tracking schemes provided by Boston Research Journals.
● Keep in mind, that the editor-in-chief or program chair has final rights with regard to the content.
● Stand by the clear, written guidelines.
● Attend and answer in a timely manner when help or information is asked for.
● Note that editors and program chairpersons regulate content.
● Provide a clerical and software infrastructure that supports tracking submissions and management of publications.
● Note that the editor-in-chief or program chair selects the editorial board.
● Provide strong, operative, and honorable support to the publisher.
● Agree to the term of appointment for an editor or program head of a publication.
● Avoid micromanagement.
● Keep in mind, that any publishing supervisor or program chair can suggest changes to the publication’s agreement and process for publications.
● Provide evaluation support and editor or program chair orientation for journals.
● Keep an operative appointment and reappointment procedures for publications.

And Boston Research Journals expects editors and program chairs and
boards to
● Inform the publisher in a timely manner of the grade of all submissions.
● Receive the review process in a timely and suitable way.
● Identify and follow through on author rights, reader rights, reviewer rights, and library rights. Particularly to deliver clear, timely and independent feedback.
● Ask for help when required.
● Be a supporter for their journal and to represent the Boston Research Journals well.
● Responsibly cover all sides of important issues and not use the publication as a forum to promote their own opinions and sentiments.
● Note that the editor-in-chief or program chair has final responsibility for the content of the journal. Maintain adequate proceedings.
● Execute with excellence and appropriateness the agreement of the publication.
● Use volunteers efficiently and objectively.
● Collaborate with the publisher on its goals of secondary membership of the Boston Research Journals and the computing profession in broad.
● Indulge in the training and study essentials to appropriately use, and to correctly organize, the manuscript tracking systems provided by Boston Research Journals.
● Do not use any part or complete document of the manuscript given to them.


Readers consult articles in Boston Research Journals publications because they value the stature of these publications and find the material contained therein valuable and relevant.

Readers can expect Boston Research Journals to
● Maintain assurance that the electronic and printed version of an article will match within the limits of the style guidelines of each format.
● Maintain assurance that most of the articles are accurate and of high quality.
● Circulate print periodicals by the fixed day of the planned issue month.
● Post issues of periodicals in the Digital Library within three months of their delivery to Boston Research Journals, independent of the already planned print circulation date.
● Maintain assurance that journal, transactions, and magazine articles are efficiently copyedited.
● Maintain assurance of dependable formatting of articles in each publication.
● Provide publications at low cost to individual subscribers, for the current year and for all previous years.
● Consider the expectations of readers in economically developing nations and in economically undeveloped nations.
● Facilitate fast access to the electronic variety of each article, across the globe.
● Allow low-cost purchasing of distinct copies of articles (printed or electronic version) And Boston

Research Journals expects readers to
● Act in accordance with the copyright of the work.
● Suitably acknowledge uses of the work.


Libraries collect and distribute access to information resources in many layouts to support their constituents’ teaching, research, and learning missions. They subscribe to or purchase Boston Research Journals products because Boston Research Journals cater relevant, high excellence, affordable information required by their readers.

In addition to reader rights, libraries can expect Boston Research Journals to:

  • Respect fair use provisions of US copyright law.
  • Provide institutional access to electronic versions at a suitable price or free of cost and take into account the needs of economically emerging and economically undeveloped nations.
  • Allow libraries to fill interlibrary loan requirements for teaching, research, and other not-for-profit uses.
  • Provide consistent access, upon request, to electronic content to which a library has electronically subscribed for the subscription period. Should the subscription ever be canceled, or should Boston Research Journals remove titles from their electronic products, possibly for a fee?
  • Permit quick access to the electronic versions throughout the world despite branches of libraries.

And Boston Research Journals expects libraries to:

  • Respond promptly to reports of alleged openings of contract or agreement.
  • Create good faith, reasonable efforts to stop the abuse of Boston Research Journals’ products.
  • Respect the copyright of the work and notify users of copyright law and limitations on use.