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Review Process for Submissions


1. Submission of Works

The author or the corresponding author ­in the case of multiple authors submit the manuscript to the journal and provide the required personal information of the author(s) during submission. The general procedure of the manuscript submission is online via the Manuscript Tracking System.

2. Initial Editorial Assessment

The Editorial Board checks whether the manuscript is technically suitable for publication in terms of the instructions given in the Author Guidelines Section before assigning it to referees. At this point, the work submitted is assessed not by its content, but rather by its textual organization, style, and general grammar.

3. Assessment of the Editor-in-Chief (EIC)

The EIC checks whether the manuscript is in accordance with the general policy of the journal, and evaluates the authenticity of the content and the originality of the topic. The EIC reserves the right to stop continuing the review process any further at any point and to decline the submission on editorial grounds.

4. Invitation to Referees

The EIC sends invitations to referees related to the field of study to review the papers found eligible in the Editorial Assessment. As a general policy, two referees are assigned to each work. However, the EIC may invite more referees if there is indecision about the quality of the paper. All papers found eligible to be published in the journal should have at least two positive reports that approve the publication of the work.

5. Response to the Reviewing Invitation

The invited referees accept or decline to review the manuscript by their areas of interest and their personal workload. Referees who refuse the invitation are kindly asked to recommend any other potential referees.

6. Reviewing Process

The reviewing process consists of two stages: scanning and detailed analysis. The referee may disapprove the manuscript at the initial stage if there are major problems related to the writing style of the author or the presentation of the philosophical views. If the decision of the referee about the quality of the manuscript is positive at the end of the scanning process, the referee goes ahead to the second stage and starts to review the manuscript more elaborately. The referee is expected to share his/her academic opinion by providing side notes for the author. Once the reviewing process is completed, the referee sends his/her report to the editorial board with a recommendation either (1) to accept or (2) to reject the manuscript or (3) to request the author to make some revisions on the manuscript for reconsideration.

7. Final Assessment of the Editor-in-Chief (EIC)

The EIC takes all the reviews of the referees into account to make an overall decision. If the final assessments of the referees differ radically for the EIC to decide whether to publish the manuscript, the EIC may invite an additional referee in order to receive an extra opinion to arrive at a conclusion.

8. Informing the Author about the Decision of EIC

The editor in charge sends an email to the author in order to inform him/her about the final decision for publishing his/her manuscript. The editor in charge also delivers the referee reports and comments on the manuscript to the author. As required by the double-blind process of reviewing, the identity of referees is not revealed at this point.

9. Further Steps

If the manuscript is considered successful at the end of the reviewing process, the editorial board prepares it for the publication. If the manuscript is rejected or sent back to the author for revision, the editor in charge mostly delivers the referee reports to the author, too, with the purpose of assisting the author to improve his/her manuscript for future submissions. When a revision is asked from authors, referees expect a revised version of the manuscript to re-assess. After re-assessing, the recommendation of the referees may be either (1) to accept or (2) to reject the manuscript for publication. If only minor revisions are required from the authors by the referees, the editor in charge mostly does not ask the referees to re-assess the revised manuscript. At this point, the EIC holds the right to decide to publish the manuscript revised by the author.

10. Publication Fee

No publication fee or any charge from authors in the evaluation process but during publication. An article processing charge (APC) is a fee which is charged to authors to make a work available open access to their articles. The publication fee is 250 TL.


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