In their professional activities, the authors of the journal are guided by the following principles:
1. Ensure that the data presented in the scientific publication is real and authentic, and authors (if any) has made a significant contribution to the research. Deliberately erroneous or falsified research results are unacceptable. In case of errors and inaccuracies in the work at any stage of the publication process, the authors are obliged to immediately inform the scientific editor. If the reviewers, the scientific editor, or the editor-in-chief of the journal have doubts about the authenticity and reliability of the research results, the authors should provide additional materials to prove the ideas, results, or facts presented in the scientific article.
2. Confirm the existence of copyright in the submitted materials and guarantee that they have not been published previously, and have not been submitted for consideration to other publications.
3. They respect ethical standards related to criticism or comments about research mentioned in publications, as well as in relation to interaction with the editorial board regarding the review and publication of scientific articles;
4. To provide for the publication of qualitative research.
5. Present the results of the research honestly and without fabricating, falsifying or unfair manipulation of facts, quotations, sociological, criminological, statistical data and other information;
6. Avoid using data that is not intended for open printing;
7. Accurately formalize the structure of the article, citations and links to other works;
8. Present new work results in the context of previous research;
9. Reflect the work of other scientists in a proper way: most fully, in a balanced way;
10. Include information regardless of whether it supports the hypotheses and interpretations of the author of the publication or not;
11. Comply with the publication requirements that the proposed work is original and has not been previously published anywhere in any language or sent simultaneously to several publications, except in cases where the publishers agree to a joint publication. Articles previously published by the authors on personal or public websites that are not related to other publishers are allowed to be considered;
12. Comply with international standards and the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan in relation to copyright. Copyrighted materials may only be reproduced with the permission of their respective owners;
13. Without distortion, refer to the previous works of both other researchers and the author himself that are relevant to the publication. In all possible cases, specify links to the original source. Direct quotations from the works of other researchers should be marked with quotation marks and a corresponding reference;
14. Indicate all sources of research funding, including direct and indirect financial support, the provision of equipment or materials, and other types of support (for example, the assistance of statistical data processing specialists);
15. Follow the requirements and standards of the journal and the institution;
16. Ensure that the work complies with ethical principles and standards;
17. Respond appropriately to post-publication comments, published correspondence and reviewers questions and provide the necessary explanations and additional information, if required.