Peer Review Process

AJRI utilizes Double-blind Review Process for each submitted paper. Please see Editorial and Publishing Cycle for detail on our Peer-Review Policy.

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Articles that are accepted for processing are articles that comply with the specified journal writing framework, which can be found here for more details

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Articles that are accepted for processing are articles that have met the journal checklists, for more details, see here

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The article review process is divided into 2 stages, review by editor and review by reviewer

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The review process by the Editor will involve checking the article writing where the only approved articles are written in accordance with the template

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After the article review process by the editor then the article will be processed again to be scanned (plagiarism scan) where the articles that pass the review stage of the Editor are only articles with scanned results

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Journals that have passed the review stage by the Editor will be reviewed by 2 reviewers

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Articles will be reviewed by a reviewer for a maximum of 14 days of work

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Reviewer's assessment process is fully based on the reviewer's assessment

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The revision process from reviewers is no later than 7 days after the review results are sent

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Submissions of revisions that exceed the specified limit will be automatically rejected

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Articles must be original with a plagiarism rate of <20%