Peer review

The peer review process is carried out in accordance with the Regulation for Evaluation, Classification and Monitoring of Scientific Journals, approved by the ANACEC CC Decision no. 6 of December 18, 2018.

The responsibility for the content of each article belongs exclusively to the author.

The members of the Editorial Board assume the organization of each article’s review received by the editorial staff, based on peer review criteria.

Evaluation of articles

The editorial board assures the anonymous character of the review: the authors do not know the identity of the experts, and the experts do not know the identity of the authors. The authors will comply with the experts’ opinion. The article is accepted if both referents give a positive opinion. If the two experts have different opinions on the article in question, a third reviewer is consulted. If both reviewers give a negative opinion, the article is rejected.

The author of the rejected article has the right to propose for publication other articles or an improved version of the rejected article in the next issue of the journal.

         The authors will receive the result of the evaluation:
a) accepted article;
b) accepted article in the next issue of the journal, with modifications;
c) rejected article.

Criteria for evaluating articles:

1) focusing content on scientific issues of a wide fundamental and applicative resonance;

2) originality of content;
3) framing the profile of the journal;
4) proper formulation of the article title;

5) respecting the structure inherent in a scientific article;

6) compliance with the norms of bibliography writing (relevant sources).

For a complex evaluation, a Review Form was developed. It gives the reviewer an opportunity to expose on the standard criteria submitted to a scientific article (inherent structure of a scientific article, style of expression, graphic presentation, scientific quality of the article, etc.).

The ethics of the journal

Articles accepted for publication in Philologia journal can no longer be sent to editorial offices of other journals. Materials containing plagiarized passages or published in other journals/volumes will be rejected.

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