What is Peer review?
Peer review is the process of engaging substantive experts to read and comment on
new research in the fields in which they study in order to validate and certify that
research. It constitutes a form of self-regulation by qualified members of a profession
within the relevant field. Peer review methods are employed to maintain standards of
quality, improve performance, and provide credibility.
Why Peer review?
The process aims to provide authors with constructive feedback from relevant experts
which they can be helpful to make improvements in their work, thus ensuring it is of
the highest standard possible.
To maintain awareness of the current research emerging within your subject area.
Although often anonymous, the review process can act as a conversation between author,
reviewer, and editor as to how the paper can be improved to maximize its impact and
further research in the field.
The Review process for articles being published in STSL Journals, is carried out in an
easy and quick manner. The submitted manuscript is assigned to one of the Editorial Board
Members based on their area of interest. If the Editor agrees to accept the assignment,
he can choose any of the two ways:
Review the manuscript himself without assigning it to reviewers; or
Assign at least one potential reviewer for the review process; or
Criteria for selecting reviewers for a particular manuscript depends upon a range of
factors such as:
Field of expertise
Possess a doctorial degree in relevant field
Specific recommendations of Authors and academic Editors
Please complete this application form and send it to editor's email address.