Authors should comply with the editorial policy of the journal, mainly:
1. Initial evaluation
In the first stage, the observance of the typewriting recommendations for authors is analyzed and each article is verified through a plagiarism detection program. In case of non-observance of the technical editing recommendations or of the obvious evidence of plagiarism, the manuscript is returned to the authors for the correction of the found irregularities or for a complete rewriting.
2. Type of peer review
Interstudia applies the double blind peer review evaluation method.
For one month, each article is evaluated by two specialists in the thematic area of the article, who may be members of the scientific committee or other experts appointed by the editorial board.
The evaluation form is in such a manner so that information about the identity of reviewers and authors is known only to the editorial board.
The reviewers provide the following guidance for publication:
The forms with the possible observations will be sent to the editors in charge of the respective issue, who will then send them to the authors.
The submission of the final, corrected form, should be done within two weeks.
3. Final publication notice
In the case of articles that have been rewritten following the proposals / suggestions of the scientific reviewers, a new rereading is performed by another reviewer, who gives the final approval for publication.
The editorial board reserves the right not to publish articles that do not comply with the scientific and technical editing rules of Interstudia journal, articles that have not received a favourable opinion following the anti-plagiarism check, as well as articles that are not sent on the set date.
The final decision to publish the articles belongs to the editorial board.
4. Evaluation criteria (evaluation form link)
The reviewers will evaluate the proposal, following: