Peer Review Process
STILISTIKA: Journal of Language and Arts Education applies a peer review process. All articles submitted to Stylistics will be reviewed in a closed (blind review) by reviewers. In general, each article will be reviewed by one to two reviewers. The responses from these best partners will serve as a basis for the Editor to determine whether an article can be accepted, accepted if it is revised (accepted with major/minor revision), or rejected. An article is rejected for publication due to various reasons, among which the article is not in accordance with the scope of science set by the journal, the scientific side of the writing is inadequate to be classified in a scientific paper, fundamental methodological errors, or because the author refuses to make suggestions for improvements given. by best partners without any logical basis. All submitted articles will be checked for plagiarism using anti-plagiarism software (Turnitin). Plagiarism Scanner will be carried out with the help of PlagScan.
The published articles have gone through a substance review process at least by two reviewers in a double-blind peer review. Peer-review of articles will be carried out to see the suitability of page formats, images, tables, citations and lists of references as well as the systematics of article distribution. Checking for elements of plagiarism is carried out through searches on Google Scholar, paperrater.com and smallseotools.com.
Reviews are carried out for a minimum of four weeks and a maximum of eight weeks. If desired, the reviewer can request a re-review after the author has revised the article. The decision to accept or not the article is the authority of the Chief Editor based on the recommendations of the reviewers.