Peer Review Process

Peer Review Process

All submitted manuscripts were first examined by the editor-in-chief about the writing format and scope. If it is appropriate it will be forwarded to the editor who will be asked to evaluate whether the text is scientifically sound and coherent, whether it is a duplicate of the published work, and whether the text is clear enough to be published. Reviewers will also be asked to show how interesting and important this research is.

The manuscript will be reviewed by peer reviewers at least 1 observer with a double blind peer review process. Manuscripts sent will generally be reviewed by the Editor and will reach a decision based on this report and, if necessary, they will consult with members of the Editorial Board.

Based on reviewers' comments, the editor will then accept or reject the paper with the following conditions: (1) Receive and publish, with or without editorial revisions, (2) Invite the author to revise their manuscript and deal with specific issues, (3)) Refuse the article directly, usually due to lack of originality, inadequate conceptual progress or technical problems and / or major interpretations. Any changes made to the original text will be clearly stated for review by the author.

The author must carefully examine the sentence structure, the completeness and accuracy of the text, references, tables and graphic content of the revised text.

The Editor in Chief will have a final decision regarding the acceptance or rejection of the text. The Editorial Board has the right to edit articles on all aspects of style, format and clarity. Manuscripts with excessive errors in any aspect, such as spelling or punctuation, will be returned to the author to be revised before being sent back or can be completely rejected.