In line with the journal's intention of publishing original works which represent a substantial contribution to their field, each proposal submitted to Resonancias will be checked for plagiarism and duplicity, using the iThenticate software.
This plagiarism control will take place before the proposals are submitted to peer review. In the case that the software detects a duplicity of contents that the Editorial Team deems excessive, the authors will be notified through an e-mail to which they should respond with the arguments they see fit in order for the journal to determine whether the proposal continues on to the peer review stage.
If, after the authors' response, the Editorial Team considers that the similarity is a detriment to the originality required, the proposal in question will be dismissed from the evaluation process. Additionally, if there is indication of possible plagiarism, falsification or any other serious offense of the kind, the journal reserves its right to notify the authors' academic institution.
Finally, if plagiarism is detected after the publication of an article, the journal will mark all its pages with the word "Retracted".