Peer-Review Process

  1. The peer-review process is carried out after the paper has passed the editing stage. At this stage, the editor checks plagiarism and adapts the manuscript to the journal template.
  2. The reviewers process the peer-review on the available review format or in the paper word file provided.
  3. The peer-review process uses a double-blind review, which means that the identities of the reviewer and author are kept confidential.
  4. In the review process, reviewers consider the correspondence of title, abstract, introduction, research methods, discussion, and conclusion of the paper.
  5. The reviewers also examine the novelty of the findings, the impact of the research, and references used in the paper.
  6. After the Peer-Review process, the paper is returned to the editor and then forwarded to the author for revision. The length of the revision process given by the author is a maximum of 7 days.
  7. After the author revises the paper, the manuscript is returned to the editor, then the editor checks the results of the author's revision and gives a decision on the paper (accepted/revised/rejected).
  8. If the revision needs more revision, the manuscript is returned to the author for revision. The revision process is a maximum of 5 days then it will return to the editor and forward it to the reviewer to give the final decision.
  9. The paper that has been accepted will be submitted to the production process for publication.