The monograph is the result of a long and deep study of the relevant topic with a description of the methodology, presentation of the results and their interpretation. It may belong to one or more authors, but at the same time it must contain new hypotheses, theories or concepts that contribute to the development of the scientific industry. That is why the issue of publishing ethics is so urgent.
It is clear that the research will analyse the literature on the chosen topic – extensive bibliographic lists are a sign of good work. At the same time, plagiarism should not be tolerated and other people’s thoughts should not be passed off as their own. The author is responsible for the content of the monograph, therefore:
• Under no circumstances should research results be falsified. Only real numbers and facts.
• Be sure to give a link to the original source when using literature.
• Avoid duplication of publications.
• It is worth giving information for verification and repetition of the experiment by other scientists.
• It is important to be responsible for the uniqueness of the text and its scientific value.
• Do not rephrase existing research results and publish them.
Be sure to read the rules for the design of monographs in the corresponding section. A high-quality scientific work will definitely be appreciated, and its publication in an international publication will increase your success and increase the level of citations. Monographs are checked by the editorial board and reviewed. The author should also do his best to improve the quality of the text and, if any inaccuracies or errors are detected at the stage of consideration, immediately inform the publisher.
The International Science Group team is ready to help you with the publication of the monograph, if all the rules for its writing and design are followed.

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