WHAT IS PLAGIARISM?
Plagiarism is defined as the "wrongful appropriation," "theft and publication," and "representation" of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions" as one's own original work. Plagiarism is a form of intellectual dishonesty as well as a violation of journalistic ethics. Sanctions such as fines, suspension, and even expulsion may be imposed.
NOTE FOR AUTHORS
All submitted articles are checked for plagiarism before being published online. If plagiarism is discovered by editors, peer reviewers, or editorial staff at any point during the publishing process, it may be rejected based on the percentage of plagiarism found, and the author will be notified.
NLR Journal does not accept plagiarised or duplicate entries. As a result, we strongly suggest our authors double-check their articles' substance before submitting them for publication in our journal. Before submitting their work, we recommend our authors to use "Plagiarism Checking Softwares" such as Grammarly, Turnitin, etc to check for plagiarism.