Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

This e-Journal is focused on research and scientific publications of the Faculty of Letters which covers topics in Languistics and Literature.

 

Section Policies

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

Each text will go through a peer review process with the following steps:

  • The editor evaluates the feasibility of the articles received.
  • The editor continues the appropriate articles to continue the blind review process. The article that are not feasible will be returned to the author, while the aticle that is deemed appropriate with a note to be revised.
  • Reviewers review the article and make recommendations to be followed up by the editor.
  • The editor submits the results of the assessment and recommendations to the author and the deadline for revisions.
  • The editor will send a ready-to-publish copy to the author before being published for approval

 

 

Open Access Policy

Gunadarma University e-Journal is open for public and can be access and be downloaded free of charge.

 

Publication Ethics

Journal of Lingustic and Literature aims to be one of the sources of information in writing scientific papers in the fields of linguistic and literature. Journal of Linguistic and Literature only accepts original research articles and theoretical studies that have not been published elsewhere and are not in the process of being reviewed in other journals. Journal of Linguistic and Literature is committed to upholding ethical standards at all stages of the publication process.

Ethics for Editors

  • Editors are responsible for the material quality of articles received
  • Editors guide reviewers and writers in the articles received
  • Editors are responsible for the confidentiality of peer reviewers
  • Editors adhere to the principle of justice or non-discrimination against all articles received.
  • Editors must prepare guidelines for all members of the editorial board.
  • Editors avoid conflicts of interest of all stakeholders involved during the publishing process.

Ethics for Authors

  • Authors are responsible for plagiarism and copyright infringement or other intellectual property rights on the submitted text.
  • Authors must ensure that articles submitted are not being considered or accepted for publication in another journal.
  • The names of the authors show who did the research and / or wrote the article.
  • All authors must approve the submission of the article to the Journal of Linguistic and Literature and give a mandate to the main author to sign the IPR form.
  • If a fatal error occurs in an article published, the author must notify the editor or publisher to follow up.

Ethics for Reviewers

  • Reviewers must act objectively and independently.
  • Reviewers provide constructive input so that articles become worthy of publication.
  • Reviewers immediately notify the editor if the article sent is indicative of plagiarism.
  • During the publishing process, reviewers avoid conflicts of interest and confidentiality of an article.
  • During the publishing process, reviewers must refer to Journal of Linguistic and Literature guidelines.

 

Article Processing Charges

Any articles submitted to Journal of Business Economics will not be charged anything.