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UJK w Kielcach social pedagogy prof. KUL theory of education dr hab. UJK w Kielcach pedeutology, theory of education ks. UKSW sociology of education, pedeutology, ethics in pedagogy dr hab. UZ Inetta Nowosad comparative education, school pedagogy. The Editorial Board of Studies on the Theory of Education would like to inform the Authors, that a ghostwriting barrier is used in the publishing process.

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Regarding the fact that fairness in science is one of its foundations, the Readers of the journal must be sure, that Authors of the publications present the results of their work in a fair and honest way, no matter if they are their only authors or whether they were supported by a specialised subject natural or legal person.

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Names of reviewers of each issue are not made public. Once a year the magazine publishes a list of co-working reviewers. Ghostwriting is when somebody niwosad contributed to the publication without revealing it by being referred to as an author or being listed in acknowledgements placed in the publication. Guest authorship honorary authorship is when somebody is called an author of the publication, even though their contribution to the work is trifling or does not exist.

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