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Peer Review-Articles

Peer review - Articles

JCJL/LPPS is committed to providing an avenue for research and publication as well as meeting academic integrity and upholding the highest academic standards of review. Once an article has been assessed for suitability by the journal internal review process, it will then be sent to multiple double blind peer-reviewers. Authors will be informed within two weeks if the submission has been submitted for peer review. In compliance with standard academic journal review, author submission implies the article has not been submitted to any other journal. If author agrees to have the article submitted for peer review agreement implies author will publish with the journal if the article is approved through the peer review process. 

Preparing your Article

Articles should be submitted to as a Word document and should be no more than 30 pages in length (including tables, figures, and references). The cover page should only provide the title of article with an abstract, maximum 150 words. The secondary title page should list the name(s) of author(s), affiliations, and contact information of the lead author. Article first page should be include: title, abstract and keywords. Tables and charts should be placed in the body of the article. Articles should follow either the style guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association or Bluebook legal citation style.

Last updated 9/3/2020 8:07 AM