IV.Guideline for Editors and Reviewers
A. General Questions
: poor, below average, average, good, excellent
1. How original is the work presented in the paper?
- Is the article sufficiently novel and interesting to warrant publication?
- Does the study extend previous research in an original way?
2. How significant are the contributions of the paper?
- Is the research question an important one?
- Are the findings important enough to warrant publication?
3. Is the content logical and professional?
- Is the article clearly laid out?
- Do authors clearly state their hypothesis, describe the methodology, and explain the
4. Is the writing style and presentation appropriate?
- Is the article well-written?
- Are figures and tables adequate and complementary to the content?
5. How confident are you in your assessment of the paper?
- Is the subject area of the paper in your field of expertise?
- How familiar are you with literature in the field?
: accept, minor/major revision, reject