Peer Review Process

The journal employs a double-blind peer review process to assess manuscripts prior to publication. To ensure the quality of published content, the Journal invites field experts to review and provide feedback on received manuscripts. The peer review process of ADRRI Journal (Multidisciplinary) involves the following steps:

Paper Submission: Authors submit their papers via the journal's online system. Email submissions are only received in case of system difficulties, but the entire review process operates through the Journal Online System.

Editorial Office Assessment: The journal editorial office staff reviews the paper's structure and arrangement to verify compliance with the specified guidelines and formatting.

Evaluation by the Editor-in-Chief: The Editor-in-Chief confirms the originality, relevance, sufficiency, and interest of the submitted papers, rejecting those that do not meet these criteria.

Assignment of an Associate Editor: The Editor-in-Chief designates an Associate Editor from ADRRI Journal (Multidisciplinary) to manage the peer review at this stage.

Invitation to Reviewers: Suitable individuals are invited to review the manuscript.

Response to Invitations: Potential reviewers consider their expertise, conflicts of interest, and availability before accepting or declining the invitation.

Review Conducted: Reviewers allocate time to read the paper thoroughly, forming initial impressions and noting major problems if present. They then conduct several more readings, highlighting key points and providing recommendations to accept, reject, or request revisions.

Journal Review Assessment: All received reviews are assessed before making the final decision.

Communication of Decision: The editor communicates the decision to the author, along with relevant reviewer comments, via the Journal Online System.