Instruction to Authors

Manuscript Evaluation

Manuscripts are initially reviewed for appropriateness by the Editor-in-Chief, with assistance from the Editorial Board. Appropriate manuscripts undergo further evaluation by Editorial Board members and external experts. Those deemed inappropriate are declined. The Editorial Board member evaluates the manuscript and referees' reports, recommending acceptance, rejection, or revision. A request for revision does not guarantee publication.

Duplicate Publication

Papers are considered under the condition that they are not under review elsewhere, and no part has been published before. Simultaneous submission to another journal will lead to immediate withdrawal from the review process.

Types of Articles


Substantive, unsolicited contributions within the scope of ADRRI Journals. Abstracts (150-250 words) are required. Figures and tables may be included, but data should not be repeated. b. Book Reviews: Solicited by the Editor-in-Chief. Publishers should send one copy of the book to the ADRRI office. Note that books will not be returned, and receipt does not guarantee a review.

Notice of Acceptance

Corresponding authors of accepted manuscripts receive a formal acceptance letter and a publication agreement form, detailing final revisions and formatting instructions. Authors are advised not to submit the final version until they receive these instructions. Upon receipt of the final version, authors are notified of editing and publication schedules.


Unless specified otherwise, authors may not increase the manuscript's length. A cover letter responding to referees' comments and indicating changes made is required.

Electronic Publication

Accepted articles are published electronically. Abstracts and full papers are available in the electronic edition.


ADRRI Journals reserve the right to edit manuscripts for clarity, grammar, and style. Authors review changes in page proofs, with alterations limited to correcting errors.

Formatting Electronic Files

Manuscripts in Microsoft Word (.doc) format should be submitted as a single file, with figures included in GIF or JPEG format within the text. Authors should reference and include necessary style files.

File Compression and Archives

Authors are advised to combine files into an archive for efficient uploading. If archives can't be created, individual files should be compressed to shorten upload time.

Revised and Final Versions of Manuscripts

Revised manuscripts must include responses to reviewers in the cover letter file. When submitting a revised manuscript with figures, all figures, even unchanged ones, must be included. The final version must be submitted in Word (.doc) format.