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The Boletín has a strict antiplagiarism policy. The manuscripts received are screened using specialized software, which identifies the levels of similarity to other published texts.
The authors should acknowledge and sign the Statement of scientific integrity and good practices, through which the Boletín adheres to the principles of integrity and research included in the Singapore Statement (www.singaporestatement.org). The Boletín also supports the Committee on Publication Ethics, COPE (www.publicationethics.org), and applies its protocols to study and make decisions regarding situations denounced or detected by the Editorial Team.
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Regarding human remains, the Magazine supports the Vermillion Accord (https://conservacion.inah.gob.mx/normativa/wp-content/uploads/Documento
- The human remains of the dead will be respected, regardless of their origin, race, religion, nationality, customs, or tradition.
- The wishes of the dead will be respected whenever possible, reasonable, and legal, when they are known or reasonably deduced.
- The wishes of the local community and of the relatives or guardians of the dead will be respected.
- The value of scientific investigation of skeletons, mummies, and other remains (including hominid fossils) will be respected when such value is shown to exist.
- Regarding the disposition of fossils, skeletons, mummies, and other remains, agreements will be reached by negotiation based on mutual respect of the interests of the communities for the appropriate disposition of their ancestors and the legitimate interests of science and education.
- The express recognition that the interests of different ethnic groups, as well as the scientific ones, are legitimate and will be respected, will allow for reaching acceptable and honorable agreements.
The Journal has a triple digital support policy, held by the Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, the Adolfo Ibáñez University, and the Boletín’s website administration.
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