Errors, Corrections, and Retractions after Publication

Errors in published articles: when an author finds that he/she has made a significant error or inaccuracy in an article he/she has written, he/she should immediately inform the journal editors. The author undertakes to provide the Editorial Board with all the necessary information to enable the editors to make the appropriate corrections and edits at the end of the article. If necessary, the Editorial Board shall take action to correct errors and omissions and to make corrections to the texts in order to publish accurate and objective scientific information. When errors are found in the next issue of Rhetoric and Communications Journal, the corrections made to texts published in a previous issue are reported.

Bad practices in publishing:

Duplication and fragmented publication of research.

Improper authorship (fraudulent authorship, misrepresentation)