Paper Submission Procedure
A guide to the recruitment of papers
The Korea Society for Computer Game (KSCG) publishes the periodical “The Journal of the Korea Society for Computer Game” 2009, Korea Research Foundation Registered Journal as follows:
1. Paper issue schedule
Schedule: Every March/June/September/December 30th, but for EI, SCOPUS, SCIE applications, Korean papers are translated into English papers. English papers are recommended for publication.
- Receipt of dissertation: Receiving on-demand
- Paper screening fee: USD 50(50,000 Won).
- Announcement of the results of the paper review: Individual notification E-mail
2. Contents of the papers
Related to computer games; game production technology, game graphics, game network, game scenario, game psychology, etc.
3. How to Write a Paper
In accordance with the KSCG Journaling Regulations, please make sure to complete your thesis in the form of "The Journal Template" on the Society's website. Non-formal papers will not be accepted.
4. The reception
* Receiving the website: After registering on the homepagewww.kscg.or.kr enter the details of the payment of the examination fee. Please submit the paper file by attaching it to the 'paper announcement' on the homepage.
* Payment of audit fees: Woori Bank 495-202207-13-002 deposit stocks: Korea Computer Games Association, a divisional corporation
* Non-members can join the association immediately by using the websitewww.kscg.or.kr
* E-mail :
* Please send an email to the office in the form shown below.
Contributor: Hong Gil-Dong Institution: Korean University
Depositee: Lee Chul-soo
Phone number: 010-5123-4567.
Email Address :
Deposit details: paper review fee
e-mail: / KSCG Manager
Regulations for Submission of Journal of KSCG
***This paper complies with the Korea Research Foundation's research ethics regulations and other regulations on the listing publication.***
The contributors and co-authors of a paper must be members of the plenary session.
The contributor shall comply with the Korea Research Foundation's Ethics Rules for Preparation and Other Regulations for Registration.
In principle, the manuscript shall not be published in an open publication prior to publication in this paper, and the author shall be responsible for the final responsibility for the content of the published paper.
The paper is related to computer games and their applications, and should be the content or originality that contributes to academic and industrial development.
The paper is frequently received through the online paper publication system and the paper is published on March 30, June 30, September 30 and December 30 every year.
On page 1 of the contribution paper, write a thesis item (including English), author name (including English), title, address, E-mail address of the person in charge, and a summary of English, English keywords, body text, references, and appendices.(according to the paper template of KSCG)
Upon receiving the decision to publish the paper, the sender shall complete the final version of the paper for publication and send it to the Academic Affairs Bureau after obtaining the consent of all other co-authors. From the time the final version of the paper arrives at the Secretariat, the copyright of the paper is deemed to have been delegated to this institution.
In principle, write the contribution paper on B5 paper using the MS WORD. The chapters or clauses shall be marked in Arabic numerals 1, 1.1, (1) and so on, the names of the figures shall be marked Fig. 1. In the case of the table, the names shall be marked in the middle of the bottom, and Table 1.
For literature that is directly related to the contents of the paper, a reference number shall be written among the texts concerned in these literature and the literature shall be described in the order cited in the references section. References are written in the order of authors, titles, academic names, rights, issues, numbers, and years of publication in the journal, and in the order of authors, signatures, numbers, issuers and years of publication.
The contributor shall fill out and submit a column of low-level introduction, including the photo of the semi-named box and the weak history, when the thesis is published.
 Huhn KIM, Miyoung KIM, Jihye KIM, Hyejeong PARK, “The Effects of Load Time, Contents, Loading Screen, and Animation Type on User Satisfaction with the Load Speed of Mobile Apps”, Journal of Korean Society of Design Science, Vol.27 No.2, pp.107-119, 2014.
(ex)  Bellmen, R., "Introduction to Matrix Analysis", 2nd Ed., New York : McGraw-Hill, pp.234, 1979.
The contributor shall pay an examination fee of USD 50(50,000 Won) per paper upon publication of the paper, and the contributor adopted shall pay the following publication fee before printing, depending on the number of copies printed.
printed pages number
basic 6 pages
over 7 pages
paper publication fee
USD 200(200 Thousand Won)
Add USD 70(70,000 Won)/page
12. The same author may publish up to two copies per paper, including co-authors and communicators.
13. Send two copies of the paper to the first author of the paper.
14. A paper published in the paper may not be reproduced without the approval of this institution.
15. An additional USD 200(200,000 Won) must be paid if there is an acknowledgment and publishing fee will be twice for the emergency review.
16. The original paper shall be submitted including the author's information, and the review paper shall be submitted after deleting the contents related to the author's information, such as name, affiliation, etc.
17. Copyright of the final version of the submitted paper is attributed to the Korean Society for Computer Game, in accordance with the paper submission regulation.
18. This regulation will take effect on 1 January 2016.
Before the submission of the research paper, the research ethics regulations must be confirmed and the submission form must be observed.
The research papers are posted online after membership.
Published papers will be announced online through the website.
This Journal is published four times a year (March 30, June 30, September 30, December 30, Every year).
Article 1(Purpose) The purpose of this regulation is to specify matters concerning the publication of 'Journals'.
Article 2(Publication Date) Journals published by the Korean Society for Computer Game will be published four times a year (March 30, June 30, September 30 and December 30, Every year).
Article 3(Publication) The journal should be published as follows.
(1) Must publish at least one journal at the publication date.
(2) If there is a decision of the editorial board, two or more journals may be simultaneously published on the same publication day.
(3) In case of publication of papers at number 6 or more, the volume number may be changed at the next issue date, and the issue number may be published again from 1.
(4) In case publication of more than 6 journals is expected to be published simultaneously on a specific publication day, the publication number can be changed.
Article 4(Number of books published per issue) The volume of publication of the technical journal of the Korea Computer Game Society shall be determined in consideration of the following matters.
(1) Articles should be published online.
(2) we publish and send a library presentation book signed with the National Central Library and the Society.
(3) we publish at least 10 copies of the Permanent Book in the Society.
(4) When a member notifies the intention to purchase the booklet in advance, it shall be published in consideration thereof.
Article 5(Assignment of Number) The assignment of the numbers of the journals issued by the Technology Research Center of the Korean Computer Game Society shall be in accordance with the following rules.
(1) The first journal published every year is numbered 1, and the journal numbers are assigned sequentially to the published journals.
(2) If there are more than 5 papers in a specific field among the papers scheduled to be published, these papers can be collected and issued with independent call numbers, and more than 2 papers can be published on the same publication day.
Article 6(Assignment of Volume Number) The assignment of volume numbers of journals issued by the Korea Computer Game Society shall be in accordance with the following rules.
(1) From the first issue published annually, we will assign a new volume number regardless of the number of the issue previously published.
(2) If the issue number is published sequentially from 1 to 6, we will change the issue number from the journal published on the next issue.
(3) If it is determined that the issue numbers 1 to 6 will be issued at the same time on a specific publication date, a new volume number shall be assigned to them.
(4) If a publication is published simultaneously on issue numbers 1 to 6, we will change the number of the issue on the next issue.
Article 7(Same author's thesis)
(1) Only two or less of the same authors' articles can be published in each issue of the Korean Computer Games Society.
(2) It is impossible for the same author to publish two copies as a single author.
(3) After the publication is confirmed, the articles which can not be published due to this clause shall be published in the next issue.
These regulations will be enacted on October 31, 2017 and effective November 1, 2017.
Paper Review Regulations
Article 1 (Purpose)
The purpose of this regulation is to specify matters concerning the examination of theses to be published in the journals published by the Korean Society for Computer Game.
Article 2 (Examination procedure)
The examination of the submitted thesis is proceeded according to the following procedure.
(1) Subject conformity assessment of submitted papers
(2) Selection of Editorial Board
(3) Selection of judges
(4) Review process
(5) The Judgement of judging result
(6) Notification of examination result
Article 3 (Subject Conformity)
The thesis submission will be forwarded to the Editorial Board Chairman immediately and the Chairman of the Editorial Committee will review whether the subject and contents of the submitted paper conform to the journals published by the Korean Society for Computer Game. If it is obvious that the subject of the submitted thesis is not appropriate, we immediately state the reason and return it in the name of the editor-in-chief. If the subject suitability is recognized or unclear, we submit it to the auditor.
Article 4 (Selection of editorial committee for review management)
The editor-in-chief will request the editorial committee of the major who has the most relevance to the topic of the manuscript submitted for review.
Article 5 (Selection of external judges)
The editorial committee responsible for the examination and management of submitted papers shall select two or more external judges based on the following criteria. The editor-in-chief should not participate in the examination except in unavoidable cases.
(1) (Field) The external judges should have conducted or conducted research related to the topic of the paper. In the case of dissertations of various disciplines, experts in other disciplines can be selected as external judges.
(2) (Career) The external judges are based on the holders of the doctoral degree but can choose among those who have career experience, such as a Ph.D.
(3) (Expertise) The external judges should have experience of similar research in the field of examination for the past 5 years.
(4) (Activities) The external judges should keep track of research trends by participating in academic events and conducting research.
Article 6 (Request for examination)
The proceedings of the examination shall be as follows.
(1) In the case of the first review, we ask two or more selected judges for examination. The contents of the judging panel should be announced by the following editorial committee.
(2) In case of reconsideration, the former judge shall be requested to conduct a priority examination. If the previous judge refuses to review or is unable to proceed with the examination, we immediately appoint another judge to proceed with the examination.
(3) The author of an article to be judged, or a person who works in the same organization as the institution of the judging article author, can not be appointed as a judge, and we recognize this fact, we should immediately replace the judge.
Article 7 (Examination Period)
The examination period shall be as follows.
(1) The judges shall submit the results of the examination to the secretariat within 30 days after the commencement of the examination in case of the general examination paper, and within 10 days after the commission of examination in case of the emergency examination paper. The editor-in-chief may refer to the completion of the examination five days before the deadline set by the editorial committee.
(2) If the judges fail to submit the results of the examination without any reason during the period or if the communication is lost, the editor-in-chief may suspend the examination and reappoint the judge.
Article 8 (Review Criteria)
Reviewing is conducted on the following 17 items, and the score is calculated on a scale of five levels: very high, high, medium, low, and very low for each item.
(1) Is research a subject suitable for the field?
(2) Is the expression appropriate?
(3) Are the composition and length appropriate?
(4) Has the research been described and the similarities and distinctions with them been properly presented?
(5) Is it a study that will draw enough attention from readers?
(6) Has the necessity and purpose of the study been clearly stated?
(7) Is there a high degree of contribution to the field of computer games?
(8) Has the research method been used to suit the purpose of the research?
(9) Are the results of the study presented in detail?
(10) Is the research result interpreted objectively?
(11) Have the new results been validated?
(12) Have creative and meaningful conclusions been drawn based on research results?
(13) Is it a novel and interesting research topic?
(14) Are the research contents and results accurate?
(15) Is the content and quantity of abstract appropriate?
(16) Has research data and literature been appropriately utilized within the last five years?
(17) Does the organization follow the Journal of Korean Society for Computer Game's paper preparation standard form?
Article 9 (Notice of Examination)
Please pay attention to the following points when conducting the examination.
(1) During the review process, the judges should review the association with existing similar papers in accordance with the research ethics regulations of the insitute.
(2) The judges may exchange opinions with the contributors only through the secretariat.
(3) If the author has received a revision request but has not corrected or supplemented it within the submission period without expressing his or her opinion, he or she shall be deemed to have waived the examination and the paper will be rejected.
(4) Even if it is judged that it can be published as a result of the examination, it shall be dealt with in accordance with the research ethics regulations when it is determined that it can not be posted later due to plagiarism or other reasons.
Article 10 (Judgment of Judging Result)
Three judges are requested to judge and decide whether to adopt as follows.
(1) If at least one of the three people judges that it is "unavailable", it shall not be published unconditionally.
(2) If at least one of the three judges judge it to be 'revision after revision', it shall be reviewed by the judges concerned.
(3) If two or more of the three persons judge the publication as "post-revision," the article will be published after the author's revision.
(4) In any case other than the above case, it shall be made available.
Article 11 (Notice of Examination Result)
(1) If the applicant is determined to be adopted, it shall be notified to the correspondent author within two days.
(2) If modification is required, the revision receipt deadline must be notified to the author.
Article 12 (Examination fee)
To encourage the submission of good quality papers and to compensate for the detailed examination, the examination fee shall be as follows.
(1) At the time of submitting a thesis, a contributor pays a general thesis fee (USD 50(50,000 Won)) or an urgent thesis fee (USD 100(100,000 Won)).
(2) Each judging committee shall pay an examination fee of USD 25(25,000 Won) per article.
Article 13 (Confidentiality)
(1) The list of submitters and the appointment of judges shall not be disclosed to the outside.
(2) If the contents of Paragraph 1 are leaked to the outside, immediately replace the judges to ensure fairness of the thesis review.
(3) In the case of paragraph (2), appropriate measures shall be taken to prevent a recurrence, and the details shall be as prescribed by the research ethics regulations.
Article 14 (Determination of Exceptions)
The following exceptional cases may be decided by the Editorial Board.
(1) If the opinions of the judges are not consistent, the editorial committee shall consult with them.
(2) The deadline for submission of manuscripts and the deadline for revision may be changed exclusively only after consultation by the editorial committee if necessary.
Article 15 (Application for Differences)
When it is intended to raise an objection to the review of the judges, it shall be notified to the secretariat first, and the relevant review evaluation and differences shall be prepared together, and the revised contribution shall be made.
These regulations are enacted on January 31, 2012, and take effect on February 28, 2012.
Research Ethics Regulations
Chapter I Total Regulation
Article 1 (Purpose)
The purpose of this regulation is to present the basic principles and directions necessary for securing ethics and integrity in the research of the "Korean Society for Computer Game". Also, the purpose of these regulation is to foster and promote sound research activities among members by specifying academic sanctions and disciplinary procedures for violation of research ethics obligations to be observed by member researchers.
Article 2 (Application subject and scope)
This regulation applies to members of the Korean Society for Computer Game and to those related to business and business organized by Korean Society for Computer Game.
Article 3 (Scope of research misconduct)
① The research misconduct presented in this regulation means forgery, falsification, plagiarism, indication of inappropriate authors, duplicate research, duplicate submission, public false statements, etc. conducted in the proposal of research, the performance of research, the report and presentation of research results, etc. as follows:
1. "Forgery“ means the act of falsely producing data or research results that do not exist.
2. "Falsification" means the act of artificially manipulating research materials, equipment, processes, etc. or distorting research contents or results by arbitrarily modifying or deleting data.
3. The term "Plagiarism" means the act of stealing ideas, research contents, results, etc. of another person without due approval or quotation.
4. "Indication of inappropriate authors" means the act of granting a person who has made a scientific or technical contribution or contribution to the research content or results to a person who has not been qualified as a writer of a thesis without justifiable reasons or has not made a scientific or technical contribution or contribution.
5. "Duplicate submission" means the act of conducting two or more research tasks with the same contents and publishing the same research results.
6. "Publishing a Double Paper" refers to the act of publishing a paper with the same content in more than one journal.
7. "Public false statement" means the act of making false statements about one's educational background, career, qualifications, research achievements, results, etc.
8. Intentionally obstructing the investigation of a person or another person's alleged misconduct or inflicting harm on the informant.
9. In addition to each of the above, acts that are seriously outside the normally accepted scope of science and technology.
② In addition to misconduction under the provisions of paragraph 1, misconduction may be included in the contents of Article 9, paragraph 1 which is deemed necessary to investigate or prevent on its own.
Chapter II Basic Ethics of Korean Society for Computer Game
Article 4 (Social responsibility)
Members of Korean Society for Computer Game shall have a responsibility for the safety, health, and welfare of society. They should also realize that their research can affect society and fulfill their professional responsibilities.
Article 5 (Respect for others)
Members of the Korean Computer Game Society should respect the lives, property, honor and privacy of others and be careful not to harm others or infringe on their rights. It is also required to treat others equally regardless of race, religion, gender, sex, disability, age or nationality.
Article 6 (Attitude as an professional)
Members of Korean Society for Computer Game should continue to make efforts to maintain or improve their technical skills.
Article 7 (Honesty of public statement)
Members of Korean Society for Computer Game should make statements based on scientific expertise and facts in advertisements, various print publications, lectures and presentations through various media. In addition, members of Korean Society for Computer Game shall not make false statements about their educational background, career, qualifications, research achievements, and results.
Chapter III Roles and Responsibilities of Korean Society for Computer Game
Article 8 (Promotion on research ethics)
The Korean Society for Computer Game shall publicize the rules of research ethics to be observed when conducting research and conducting projects under the supervision of the members, and in order to become a new member, it shall be required to become familiar with these rules before making a pledge.
Article 9 (Provision of Self-verification)
Based on the contents of this regulation, Korean Society for Computer Game shall provide and operate bylaws on verification of research veracity appropriate for the actual situation, including the following matters:
1. Scope of malpractice
2. The principles, procedures and duration of the composition of the Research Ethics Committee established as a permanent organization or the main investigation subcommittee temporarily organized for the purpose of conducting investigations related to research ethics of the organization, department or person in charge of receiving reports of misconduct, etc.
4. Types of sanctions against misconduct
5. Measures to protect informants and subjects
Article 10 (The authority and role of an academic society)
The Korean Society for Computer Game will set up a window for receiving reports of misconduct on research, examine whether verification of authenticity has been conducted fairly and reasonably, and follow-up measures will be carried out based on this.
Article 11 (Protection of informant's rights)
① An informant refers to a person who has informed Korean Society for Computer Gameof the facts or relevant evidence of fraud.
② An informant may report in any possible manner, such as oral, written, telephone, or e-mail, and in principle, report under their real names. Provided, That even if an anonymous report is reported, if the report includes the name of the research project or the name of the thesis, details of specific misconduct, and evidence, it shall be processed in accordance with the real name report.
③ The informants shall have an obligation to protect them from disadvantage, undue pressure, or harm, such as disciplinary action, on the grounds of reporting misconduct, and shall take necessary measures.
④ The informant may request to inform them of the investigation procedures and schedules conducted after the report of misconduct, and Korean Society for Computer Game shall faithfully comply with such request.
⑤ The informants who reported the tip-off, even though they thought it was false or could have been known, are not included in the protection list.
Article 12 (protection of the rights of the subject)
① The subjects shall refer to those who are subject to investigation by tip-off or recognition by the Korean Society for Computer Game or those who are subject to investigation because they are presumed to have engaged in cheating in the course of conducting the investigation, and witnesses or witnesses in the course of investigation shall not be included.
② The Korean Society for Computer Game shall take care not to infringe on the honor or rights of the subjects until the verification of their misconduct is completed, and shall endeavor to restore the honor of the subjects found innocent.
③ Charges of misconduct shall not be disclosed to the outside world until the results of the judgment are finalized.
④ The investigators may request to inform the investigation and processing procedures and schedule of cheating, and the Korean Society for Computer Game shall faithfully comply with such request.
Chapter IV Procedures and Standards for Verification of Research Veracity
Article 13 (Person in charge of veracity verification)
If a fraud is recognized or reported, the Korean Society for Computer Game shall be responsible for verifying it, and the chairperson shall handle it faithfully through the Research Ethics Committee.
Article 14 (Verification of Veracity)
① In principle, illegal acts five years before the date of receipt of the report shall not be dealt with even if they have been received.
② Even if it is an act of misconduct five years ago, it shall be dealt with if the investigator re-applied the results directly and used to apply for subsequent research funds, carry out research, report and announce research results, and if there is a serious danger to public welfare or safety.
Article 15 (Veracity Verification Procedure)
① Verification procedures for misconduct shall be carried out in the stage of preliminary investigation, main investigation and judgment.
② In addition to the verification procedures referred to in paragraph (1), an investigation may be conducted by including the procedures deemed necessary additionally.
Article 16 (Preparatory Investigation)
① Preliminary investigation refers to a procedure to determine whether the main investigation is necessary for the alleged misconduct and shall be launched within 30 days from the date of receipt of the report. Preliminary investigations are conducted by the Research Ethics Committee.
② If the subjects acknowledge all charges as a result of the preliminary investigation, they may make a judgment immediately without going through the main investigation procedure, and if it is deemed that there is a possibility of serious damage to the evidence data, they may take measures to preserve the evidence under Article 20 (2) with the approval of the chairperson even during the investigation.
③ If the preliminary investigation determines that the main investigation is not conducted, the informant shall be notified in writing within 10 days from the date of the decision. However, this is not the case for anonymous reports.
④ The informants may raise an objection within 30 days from the date of receipt of the notice if they are dissatisfied with the results of the preliminary investigation.
Article 17 (Main Investigation)
① This investigation refers to procedures for proving the facts of alleged misconduct, and shall be conducted by organizing a research ethics committee or a subcommittee for the main investigation, etc. in accordance with the provisions of Article 19.
② The Research Ethics Committee and the Subcommittee of the main investigation shall give informants and subjects an opportunity to state their opinions and raise objections to the results of the main investigation and give them an opportunity to defend themselves. If the party does not comply, it shall be deemed to have no objection.
③ The details of the informant and the suspect's objection to the results of the main investigation and the results of the proceedings thereof shall be included in the investigation report.
Article 18 (Judgment)
① ‘judgment’ refers to a procedure in which the results of the investigation are finalized and notified to inform the informant and the suspect
② All investigation schedules from the commencement of preliminary investigation to judgment shall be completed within six months. Provided, That if it is deemed difficult to conduct an investigation within this period, the period of investigation may be extended after notifying the chairperson of the grounds for the investigation and obtaining approval from the chairperson.
③ If the informants or the suspects disobey the judgment, they may raise an objection within 30 days from the date of receipt of the notification, and may conduct a re-investigation if necessary.
Article 19 (Principles of forming a research ethics committee)
① In principle, the Research Ethics Committee shall be comprised of at least five members.
② Research ethics committee members shall be members and consist of editorial members. It is appointed by the chairperson.
③ Subcommittees for the main investigation may be formed within the Research Ethics Committee for the implementation of the main investigation.
④ Prior to the commencement of the main investigation, the informant shall be informed of the list of research ethics committee members under paragraph (1) or subcommittees for the main investigation under paragraph (3), and shall be accepted if the informant raises a legitimate objection to the avoidance of the subcommittee members of the main investigation.
Article 20 (Jurisdiction of the Research Ethics Committee)
① The Research Ethics Committee and the Subcommittee of the main investigation may request the informant, the suspect, the witness, and the reference person to attend the meeting for statement in the course of the investigation, and in such cases, the suspect shall comply with such request.
② The Research Ethics Committee or the Subcommittee of the main investigation may request the subject to submit data, and may restrict access to the laboratory, confiscate, and store the relevant research data after obtaining approval from the head of the relevant agency for the preservation of evidence.
③ The Research Ethics Committee may recommend the head of the relevant agency to take appropriate sanctions against the fraudulent activities deemed to be true.
Article 21 (Disclosure of records and information of investigation)
① The Research Ethics Committee shall keep all records of the investigation process in the form of voice, video, or documents for at least five years.
② The report of the results of the investigation and the list of members of the subcommittee of the main investigation may be disclosed after the judgment is completed. However, it may not be disclosed if it is feared to significantly undermine the independence of the investigative body, or if there is a possibility of penalizing the parties for the list of witnesses in the investigation process.
Article 22 (Report of Investigation Results)
① The Research Ethics Committee shall report the results and details of the preliminary investigation and the main investigation to the chairperson within ten days after the conclusion and judgment of the investigation respectively.
② The following matters must be included in the preliminary survey and the report on the results of the main investigation:
1. The content of the tip-off
2. Fraud subject to investigation
3. List of members of the Investigation Committee
4. Whether or not the main investigation is conducted and the basis for judgment (only in case of preliminary investigation)
5. Relevant evidence and witnesses (only in the case of main investigation)
6. The role of the suspect in the study and the factuality of the charges (only in the case of the main investigation).
7. The informant and the suspect's objection to the results of the investigation or the contents of the argument and the results of the handling thereof (only in the case of the main investigation).
Article 23 (Follow-up measures for reporting findings)
① When the Chairperson receives a report under the provisions of Article 22 (1), he/she may request the Research Ethics Committee to conduct an additional investigation or submit data related to the investigation, if it is deemed that there is a problem with the details and results of the investigation and the rationality and validity of the judgment therefrom.
② The Korean Society for Computer Game shall take follow-up measures based on the results of the judgment and notify the subject.
Article 24 (Other)
Matters not prescribed in these regulation shall be governed by the relevant bylaws of the Korean Society for Computer Game, and other matters shall be discussed and determined by the board of directors of the Korean Society for Computer Game.
Chapter V Research Ethics Committee
Article 25 (Composition and Operation of Ethics Committee)
① As specified in Article 19 (2), Research Ethics committee members shall be members of KSCG and appointed by the chairperson. The term of office of a member of the Research Ethics Committee shall be one year.
② The composition of the committee shall include one chairperson and one vice chairperson. One of the commissioned committee members shall be elected as the ethics chairperson, and the vice chairman shall serve as the editor-in-chief.
Article 26 (Functions of the Committee)
① Submit to the Chairperson of the Code of Ethics the title of the person who is eligible for the reasons set forth in Article 2, and has signed at least five members.
② The Committee shall determine, within 30 days from the date of receipt of the complaint, whether the content of the complaint is unlawful. The decision shall be made by two-thirds of the committee to determine whether it is illegal, with the majority of the attendees, and if so, the chairman shall decide. The procedure and contents of the judgment shall be kept confidential, and only the results may be promulgated.
③ The Commission shall, from time to time, hear the opinions of the petitioner or the petitioner privately and in particular give the petitioner the opportunity to be called.
Article 27 (Processing Results)
① If the Commission finds that the law has been violated, take the following measures.
1. Send reprimand
2. Cancellation of the research result
3. Exemption of membership
4. Notify your agency manager
5. Accusations to judicial institutions
② If the investigation finds that there has been no offense, the Commission may take appropriate follow-up measures to restore the honor of the respondent.
Article 28 (Request for Review)
① The complainant and the complainant may file a reconsideration of the decision of the Commission only once.
② The appeal shall be dealt with within seven days of receipt.
③ Judgments of the agenda shall be decided by a majority of the votes of two-thirds or more of the committee. In the case of an opposition, the chairman decides.
This regulation shall enter into force on July 1, 2007.
When submitting a paper to this journal, it is deemed to agree to the regulations (publication regulations, research ethics regulations, etc.)
Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement
The author shall not use other people's words, pictures, or ideas without attribution. All sources shall be cited at the point of use, and the reuse of the wording shall be limited and attributed to or cited in the text.
We uses Turnitin similarity tests to detect duplicates of published and submitted manuscripts.
A manuscript found to have plagiarized another author's manuscript, whether published or undisclosed, has been rejected, which could allow the author to face sanctions. The published article may need to be revised or withdrawn.
2. Duplicate submission and redundant publication
Journal of The Korean Society for Computer Game only considers original content(articles that have not been published previously), including languages other than English. Articles based on previously published content are reviewed only in pre-print servers, institutional repositories or papers. Manuscripts submitted to the Journal of The Korean Society for Computer Game should not be submitted elsewhere during review and must be withdrawn before submission elsewhere. Authors who are found to have submitted articles at the same time elsewhere may be subject to sanctions.
All the authors on the list would have made significant scientific contributions to the manuscript's research, approved the claim and agreed to become writers. It is important to list all those who have made important scientific contributions. Author contributions may be explained at the end of the submission. Changes in the author must be reported to the journal and agreed by all authors. Those who have contributed to research or writing manuscripts but are not authors should be granted permission.
Submission by someone other than the author will not be considered.
4. Citations and references
The author who is found to contain quotations whose main purpose is to increase the number of quotes in the author's work given to the submitted manuscript or articles published in a particular academic journal, may be subject to sanctions. Editors and reviewers should not require authors to include references merely to increase quotations for the works, journals, or other journals they relate to themselves or officials.
The author shall cite and refer to publications and ideas by other people or entities as footnotes, and thus inform the reader of the fact that they are part of the existing literature and what the author's original thoughts, opinions and interpretations are.
5. Corrections and retractions
The author should accept the opinions of the editor and reviewer and revise the articles accordingly. If the authors disagree with the reviewed comments, they shall notify the editorial committee of the grounds.
If errors are identified in the published article, the publisher may consider what action is required and consult the editor and author's institution.
If there are errors that significantly affect the conclusion or evidence of misconduct, it may be necessary to withdraw it.
6. Fabrication and falsification
If it is confirmed that the author of the submitted manuscript or published article has fabricated or fabricated images, data, experimental results, etc., sanctions may be imposed, and the published article may be withdrawn in accordance with the KSCG regulations.
7. Conflicts of interest(COI)
Conflict of interest (COI) occurs when problems outside research can be reasonably perceived as affecting the neutrality or objectivity of the work or evaluation. It can occur at any stage, such as during the writing of a manuscript or in the process of converting a manuscript into a published article. In order to allow informed decisions, a conflict of interest must be declared. In most cases, the declaration will not stop a work from being published, nor will it always stop someone from getting involved in the review process.
If you are not sure, you should declare your potential interest or consult with the editorial office. Unveiled interests may be subject to sanctions, and submissions of undisclosed conflicts, which will be disclosed later, may be rejected. Published papers may be reevaluated or withdrawn in serious cases.
If a conflict of interest is found after publication, it may be necessary to reassess the review process.
The above-mentioned 'conflicts' is described below.
Financial - An organization interested in the outcome of a work, goods and services, or other payments received or anticipated by the author in relation to the subject matter of the work.
Affiliation - employed by members of an organization who are interested in the outcome of the work, by an advisory committee or by members of an organization
Intellectual - property patents or trademarks owned by individuals or their organizations.
Individuals - Friends, family, relationships and other close personal connections
Ideology - For example, belief or activism that is political or religious or related to a work.
Academic - Competitor or person critical of work
*** Authors, editors and peer reviewers agree that ethical guidelines should be followed by Journal of the Korean Society for Computer Game. ***
Authors who submit to Journal of the Korean Society for Computer Game should guarantee that their manuscripts do not present others' research or opinions as their own. All research results conducted by another person or entity should be cited along with the source. It is allowed to include references several times, but it is considered plagiarism when a part of the source is falsely presented as one's own opinion.
2.References and Citations
The author shall quote and refer to other people's publications and ideas as footnotes, and thus inform the reader of the fact that the parts cited are part of the existing literature and what the author's original thoughts, opinions and interpretations are.
The author is only responsible and recognized for the research he has actually conducted or contributed. The order of authors should accurately reflect their contributions to research, regardless of their relative status or status. They can't be qualified as the first author just because of their status. In addition, co-authored papers should not be submitted as personal works. Minor contributions to research or articles should be appropriately marked in footnotes, introductions or approvals.
4. Duplicate submission
The author shall not submit works previously published at home and abroad as new research or attempt to publish them. The author shall declare that the manuscript submitted is not a duplicate of a previously published work and that it is not plagiarized by submitting a research ethics agreement form with the manuscript.
5. Correction of manuscripts
The author should accept the opinions of editors and reviewers and revise articles accordingly. If the authors disagree with the reviewed comments, they shall notify the editorial committee of the grounds.
1. Editorial Responsibility and Duty
Editors are responsible for the decision to accept or reject the manuscript. Editors should respect the author's individuality as an independent scholar.
2. Editor's Fundamental Principles
The editor shall make unbiased considerations for each manuscript based solely on the merits of the manuscript and the guidelines for submission, regardless of sex, age, nationality, race, institutional affiliation with the author, or personal relationship with the author.
3. Principles for selecting peer reviewers
The editor shall request the review and evaluation of the manuscript submitted to experts in the relevant field who have the ability to make unbiased judgments. The editor should ensure that the reviewer does not receive the author's personal data by not disclosing the author's identity to the reviewer, thereby ensuring the best possible objectivity during the review process.
For Peer reviewers
1. Compliance with evaluation deadlines
The reviewers should complete a constructive assessment of the submitted manuscript within a fixed and early deadline. If the reviewer finds it inappropriate to examine the manuscript due to conflicts of interest, the reviewer shall immediately notify the editorial committee.
2. Basic Principles of Evaluation
The reviewer should conduct a biased assessment of the submitted manuscript regardless of the reviewer's personal, academic principles or relationship with the author. The reviewer shall not reject the manuscript in conflict with sufficient evidence or with the author's view or interpretation. The reviewer should not review the submitted manuscript without properly reading it.
3. Guaranteeing the author's individuality
Reviewers should respect the author's individuality as an independent scholar with professional knowledge in the field. The reviewers may present their judgment in the review report and provide a detailed reason and explanation for the comment suggesting the author's modification. Reviewers should use polite and moderate expressions in their reports and avoid statements disparaging or ignoring authors.
4. Ensuring author anonymity
The reviewer should keep the review process of the submitted manuscript secret. Unless it is essential to seek outside advice during the review process, the manuscript should not be shared or discussed with anyone other than the peer review process.
If a paper is submitted to KSCG, it shall be deemed to agree to the applicable regulations (publication regulations, Research ethics regulations, etc.).
All copyright and other intellectual property rights related to the content of the journal are licensed to KSCG.
This applies at the same time that the paper is submitted to the KSCG.
Once a manuscript is accepted, KSCG asserts it’s copyright and applies it to an open access policy. Articles may be reproduced and distributed only for non-commercial purpose.
Duplicate publications should not be represented as original publications; rather, KSCG should be cited as the original site of publication. Apart from these misuses, anyone is free to read, download, copy, share, store, print, search, link the full- text of the work.