To ensure that the journal has academic merit, the contributions undergo the process of double-blind review by external reviewers and/or members of the editorial board.
The reviews should address the following problems:
1. Is the subject addressed in this submission worthy of investigation?:
2. Is the content of the article consistent with its title?:
3. Evaluation of the structure, division of the content, validity of the theses, etc.:
4. Evaluation of the content and merit:
5. Does the article propose a new, original approach to a given problem? If so, to what extent?:
6. Evaluation of the choice and use of sources (are they relevant, up-to-date and complete?):
7. Evaluation of the formal aspects of the article (grammatical correctness, academic writing proficiency, etc.):
8. Would you recommend this article for publication?:
9. Other remarks and/or suggested corrections:
The blind review questionnaire may be downloaded here.