Review Policies

Editorial Review

All submitted manuscript will undergo an initial editorial review. Editorial review refers to an evaluation or assessment of a submitted manuscript by the journal’s editorial team. Editorial reviews focus on factors such as the manuscript’s suitability for the journal, its alignment with the journal’s scope and objectives, and whether it meets the journal’s formatting and style requirements, scientific and academic quality and provide constructive feedback to the authors.

Review Processes

Editorial Review: A submitted manuscript will be assessed by editor including (but not limited to): topic (directly relevant to the journal aim and scope), aim (clearly stated), novelty (clearly pointing at the research gap), methods of the study (qualitative, quantitative, mixed-methods, action research; participants; procedures; data collection and analysis), recency of references (80% references must be within the last 5 years), similarity and plagiarism (max 20%, references are excluded), language (only English, error-free, harsh-word-free) and formatting and style (following journal template).

These processes are applied in all sections of the journal (original article, conceptual paper, systematic review, and meta-analysis).

What we do not consider for further review

This journal does not consider the following papers for further review (meaning that they will not be published):

Analysis of dialogs taken from movies or any other types of media;

Analysis of song lyrics;

Analysis of non-English literary works;

Book review;

Advertisement of any kind;