Peer Review Process

Authors should receive acknowledgment of receipt of their articles after one to two weeks of submission. The review process will take about three to four months. Articles accepted with minor or major revisions should be revised per the reviewers' comments and suggestions. Linguistically weak manuscripts will immediately be rejected (e.g., when the language is inadequate and one cannot understand what the authors mean). The authors should pay attention to this matter before submitting their manuscripts, which will assist the review process and publication if they are acceptable.

REiLA: Journal of Research and Innovation in Language uses a double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. As part of the submission, the journal will peer-review your manuscript before deciding whether to publish it or not. The Editors will make the final decision on article acceptance according to the Reviewers' comments. The process is explained in the flowchart below:

To accelerate the publication of research articles that are critically important and demand immediate dissemination, or in cases where funding policies necessitate swift publication, authors are encouraged to opt for the fast-track review process. This expedited procedure significantly reduces the time required for peer review compared to the standard review timeline.