Peer Review Process

The Editorial Board will conduct a Preliminary Review on every piece submitted to the editorial staff. During the preliminary review phase, the editor will determine whether the article fits the template and look for any initial similarities. The articles will then be forwarded to peer reviewers for the Double-Blind Review Process, which is the next stage of the selection process. Upon completion of the double blind review procedure, the articles will be sent back to the writers for further editing. These procedures may require two until three weeks to complete. Every manuscript will undergo both substantive and technical peer assessment. The members of the peer review team have all managed and published scholarly journals for national and international publications before. The procedure of copyediting comes next. The article is now examined for grammar errors and similarities with stage two content. The article moves on to the production phase once this procedure is finished, at which point it is prepared for publication