Peer Review Process

 

IJLLT applies a double blind peer review. The reviewers remain anonymous for the author during the whole review process and the author’s name is removed from the manuscript under review. The manuscript submitted to IJLLT is subject to a rigorous, two-stage peer review process. The manuscript is first assessed by the Editor-in-chief to decide if it is qualified for review in terms of both form and content. Once the manuscript is judged suitable for IJLLT, a double-blind peer-review process will get started. The reviewers will be asked to send their review reports within 7 days. Based on the recommendations of the reviewers, the Editor-in-chief will make one of following decisions:

  • accept the manuscript without changes
  • accept subject to minor corrections
  • accept subject to major modifications
  • reject the submission

In case of minor/major corrections, the author has to correct the submission according to the reviewers’ comments. The author has to send back the corrected manuscript to the Editor-in-chief on time for smooth publishing process.

 

Editorial Workflow

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