Communications in Humanities Research
- The Open Access Proceedings Series for Conferences
This series only accepts English manuscripts. The manuscripts should reflect the latest research trends and research results in the field of management around the world. The title and text are consistent, the arguments are clear, the arguments are reliable, the data are accurate, and the text is concise and standardized.
Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit full papers that include title, abstract, introduction, tables, figures, conclusion and references. It is unnecessary to submit an abstract in advance. Submitted papers should be well formatted and use good English.
Each paper should be no less than 6 pages. Please format your paper well according to the template below before submission.
Note: Papers that do not follow the above template format will be rejected without review.
Please prepare your paper in both .doc/.docx and .pdf format and submit your full paper by email with both formats attached directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
After the article is submitted, please do not submit to other series, we will contact the author within one month and inform whether to accept the article. For disputes caused by copyright, plagiarism, etc. by the author, the responsibility shall be borne by the author himself.
CHR attaches great importance to the regulation of academic activities and the completeness of academic achievement records, and tries its best to ensure that academic papers maintain a traceable and unchanging historical record after publication. However, even after careful review by editors, it is difficult to spot individual irregularities or inadvertent mistakes of authors in manuscripts. Therefore, correction of academic records is sometimes necessary. The decision to change the record is a matter of great importance, and publishers will take different measures depending on the situation of the article, which generally take the following forms:
The above measures are all aimed at correcting the article and alerting the reader, not punishing the author. The editors of the series have the responsibility to supervise and review any irregularities in the articles published by the series, whether intentional or unintentional, and the review process should involve the participation of authors and reviewers. Editors will follow the publisher's retraction guidelines and other accepted academic principles to choose the best way to deal with the problem.
If action is requested by the author on his own initiative, the author will not be required to pay additional fees for it. If the action taken (such as retraction) is not initiated by the author, or is only a unilateral action by the author before the two parties reach an agreement, the publisher is not required to compensate the author for economic losses, and the article layout fee will not be refunded to the author.
Communications in Humanities Research (CHR) is restricted to the standard international publication rules. Plagiarism is not to be tolerated by our series. Author(s) are required to submit original and unplagiarized work. Plagiarism from the previously published work of your own is unaccepted, as well (your thesis and/or dissertation are excluded and can be used as materials for submission). Plagiarism term means using ideas, data, texts, or plots from others and representing them as your own. However, borrowing ideas from other sources with a proper attribution and correct citation and quotation is not a plagiarism. To keep our series prestigious, we use the global software “Turnitin” to detect plagiarism, and the accepted limit for the whole article is no more than 20%. In case of plagiarism detection, the editor will contact the author asking him/her to paraphrase the manuscript or to use the proper citation, then resubmitting the manuscript again. The author will hold the responsibility of any ethics infringement. Communications in Humanities Research (CHR) has the full right of checking the plagiarism of the manuscript in any stage of the publication process. The series can also check the plagiarism after the acceptance of the manuscript and the author(s) have to accept the journal’s decision after receiving the plagiarism report.
Papers submitted to the series should report your original work, unpublished before. They could be either experimental or theoretical and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. We firmly believe that ethical conduct is the most essential virtue of any academic. Any act of plagiarism is unacceptable and academic misconduct will not be tolerated. If an author is found to commit an act of plagiarism, the following sanctions will be taken:
For any inquiry about the submission, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Communications in Humanities Research (CHR) bases its editorial processes on the code of ethics of the Publication Ethics Committee (COPE).