Note: GJAT adopts Double-Anonymous Peer Review
Every article submitted to GJAT will be subjected to the following review process:
- GJAT receives article submission from author.
- Author is notified of receipt and article is subjected to a Technical Review. (Here article is accessed whether it fits the journal's aims and scope, as well as if it fulfills journal's technical and formatting requirements.)
- If article is deemed to have fulfilled GJAT's technical requirements, it is submitted for a Language Review. Otherwise it will be immediately rejected or author is notified and asked to make changes and to resubmit.
- In Language Review, GJAT ascertains if article meets standard language quality and requirement. Otherwise, it will be immediately rejected and author will be notified.
- If the language is deemed acceptable and publishable, it will be subjected to Content Review.
- Content Review is a screening process to determined the quality and acceptability of the content according to typical academic standard.
- Once accepted, article will be sent for an Expert Review by two (2) peer reviewers pre-selected by GJAT or recommended by author. Peer reviewers must not be part of the authorship of the article. (All peer reviewers must have established expertise in relevant fields and disciplines relating to the article.)
- Expert reviewers will make suggestions and recommendations either to publish or reject the article, or request author to make any necessary amendment to the article. If the article is rejected, author will be notified.
- Author will make all necessary changes and amendments to the article and return it to GJAT.
- GJAT Editorial will deliberate on the publication of the article. Author will be notified accordingly.
Peer Review & Publication Flow Chart