Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism policy for Annals of Marketing and Analytics (AMA):

  • Plagiarism is the act of using someone else's work without giving them credit. It is a serious offense that can lead to the rejection of a paper, the retraction of a published paper, and even disciplinary action.
  • Annals of Marketing and Analytics (AMA) has a zero-tolerance policy on plagiarism. All submitted papers will be checked for plagiarism using plagiarism detection software. If plagiarism is found, the paper will be rejected without review.
  • Authors are responsible for ensuring that their papers are free of plagiarism. They should cite all sources that they have used in their paper, and they should avoid copying or paraphrasing the work of others without giving credit.
  • If an author is found to have plagiarized, they will be asked to withdraw their paper from the AMA. They may also be banned from submitting papers to the journal in the future.

To help authors avoid plagiarism, the AMA provides the following resources:

  • A plagiarism tutorial: This tutorial provides an overview of plagiarism and how to avoid it.
  • A plagiarism checker: This tool can be used to check a paper for plagiarism.
  • A style guide: This guide provides instructions on how to cite sources correctly.

Authors are encouraged to use these resources to help them avoid plagiarism. By following these guidelines, authors can help ensure that their papers are published in the AMA without any problems.

Here are some additional tips for avoiding plagiarism:

  • Always cite your sources. This means providing the author, title, and publication information for any work that you use in your paper.
  • Do not copy or paraphrase the work of others without giving credit. If you use someone else's words, put them in quotation marks and cite the source.
  • Use your own words and ideas. Do not simply rewrite the work of others.
  • If you are unsure about whether or not something is plagiarism, ask your advisor or another trusted colleague.
  • Plagiarism should be less than 19 percent with no single source more than 3 percent.

By following these tips, you can help ensure that your papers are free of plagiarism and that they meet the high standards of the AMA.