Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The purpose of Anglisticum Journal (AJ) is to publish articles relevant to field of English Literature, Linguistics and Interdisciplinary Studies.

The field of Literature includes American Literature, Eighteenth Century Literature, Literary Theory, Medieval Literature, Renaissance Literature, Romanticism, Seventeenth Century Literature, Shakespearean Literature, Victorian Literature, Twentieth Century and Contemporary Literature, Comparative Literature, etc.

The field of Linguistics includes Applied Linguistics, Language Teaching, Computational Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Historical Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, Language Acquisition, Sociolinguistics, Bilingualism, Language and Gender, Language Variation and Change, Speech Science, Perception, Theoretical Linguistics, Morphology, Phonology, Phonetics, Pragmatics, Semantics and Syntax.

The field of Interdisciplinary studies includes Creative and Performing Arts, Humanities, Science, Social science.

The disciplines most commonly associated with the Creative and Performing Arts are: Creative Writing, Film (production), Music (performance), Theatre Design and Production, Visual Art.

Among the Humanities disciplines are: Archaeology, Art History, History, Language, Linguistics, Literature, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Women’s Studies.

In the science category are included: Astronomy, Atmospheric Sciences, Biochemistry, Biology, Animal Biology, Cell and Developmental Biology, Conservation Biology, Ecology and Environmental Biology, General Biology, Genetics, Geographical Biogeosciences, Marine Biology, Plant Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Ocean Sciences, Geological Sciences, Geophysics, Oceanography, Mathematics, Microbiology, Nutritional Science, Pharmacology, Healthcare, Sports, Physiology, Physics, Psychology, Statistics.

The disciplines most commonly associated with the Social Sciences are: Anthropology, Economics, Family Studies, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Urban Studies, Women’s Studies.

Its editorial team will consider academically robust papers and will welcome Editorials, Letters to the Publisher, Research Articles, Case Studies, Reflective EssaysReview Articles, Research Briefs, Policy Briefs, Conference Proceeding and/or Abstracts, Commentaries, Viewpoints and other work which are of scientific value and interest.

All papers are double-blind peer reviewed and are checked with TURNITIN software.

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Types of Submissions

In an effort to accommodate the vast array of needs and interests, ANGLISTICUM – International Journal for Literature, Linguistics & Interdisciplinary Studies accepts a wide range of manuscript types, such as:

Editorials (up to 500 words; not peer reviewed)

Editorials provide commentary by the publisher, members of the Editorial Committee (advisors and reviewers), and others related to the Journal's mission as well as the general interest to our readers. Unsolicited editorials will be considered for publication. Acceptance will reside with the publisher and managing editor.

Letters to the Publisher (up to 500 words; not peer reviewed)

Letters to the Editor simply address matters of general interest to the readership. Letters are reviewed by the publisher and managing editor and are subject to editing and possible abridgment. Letters to the Editor should not include original, unpublished data.

Research Articles (up to 8,500 words; peer reviewed)

Research articles present important new research results including the entire contents of a research project. Quantitative studies include statistical analysis of survey or secondary data. Qualitative studies include case studies, focus groups, or interviews, and the like. Research articles generally include an abstract, an introduction, methods and results sections, a discussion, and relevant citations. Authors of research articles are required to adhere to our policy of accessible scholarship.

Case Studies (up to 5,000 words; peer reviewed)

A case study is a report of a single case (generally deemed 'interesting' or 'unusual'). These studies usually are generated by the author’s actual experience or objective observations. This is a popular form of manuscript among practitioners. It is critical that the case study be objective and not promotional. The case should feature a new program approach, best practice, or organizational structure. It should present sufficient references to previous studies of the issue the case is focused on to embed (provide context) for this new case study to build on.

Reflective Essays (up to 5,000 words; peer reviewed)

A reflective essay is a critical reflection on one’s work or the work of one’s organization related to a specific issue or strategy. It is similar to a case study but it is a more personal slant and subjectivity. This is material which might have a more popular journalistic style but also has much deeper substance than a trade journal article. These could take the form of a case study, a project post-mortem analysis (why a project failed), a policy commentary, a position paper on a best practice, or even a proposal for a new strategy, technique, or approach.

Review articles (up to 8,500 words; peer reviewed)

Review articles do not cover original research but rather accumulate the results of many different articles on a particular topic into a coherent narrative about the state of the art in the emerging field food systems and agricultural development. Review articles provide information about the topic and also provide journal references to the original research.

Research Briefs (up to 2,500 words; peer reviewed)

A research brief is generally an update of ongoing research of national or international significance. It is typically a follow-up to a research paper already submitted, but may also be a paper providing preliminary findings of a new study. Research briefs may be fast-tracked for immediate publication because they are considered urgent.

Policy Briefs (up to 2,500 words; peer reviewed)

A policy brief is a thorough analysis of a proposed, new, or existing government or organizational policy which focuses on the background of a policy issue, the details of the policy, and its real or predicted impacts on the issue. Like research briefs, policy briefs may be fast-tracked for immediate publication because they are considered urgent.

Conference proceeding and/or abstracts (up to 8,500 words; not peer reviewed)

Proceedings provide short summaries of in-progress or completed primary studies that are presented at conferences, but are not yet fully peer-reviewed for publication as complete articles. Conference proceeding and/or abstracts thus provide an 'early picture' of current research that is likely to appear later in one or more of the primary article forms listed above. Because selection processes are highly variable, the quality of conference proceeding and/or abstracts vary widely.

Commentaries (up to 1,000 words; rebutted; not peer reviewed)

Commentaries are reactions or viewpoints based on papers of unusual interest published in the journal. They should describe the most important conclusions of the paper they are commenting on; place the paper into context with the current state-of-the-art; highlight controversial issues; when relevant, denote strengths and weaknesses of the paper; and review questions that remain to be addressed. If a commentary is found acceptable, a copy will be sent to the author of the original article, if applicable; that author will have an opportunity to provide a rebuttal with new material that will be considered for publication with the letter.

Viewpoints (up to 1,500 words; rebutted; not peer reviewed)

Viewpoint articles are intended to present an insightful, thoroughly documented slant on a topic for which opinions are either controversial or undecided in the literature. The hope is that the readership will benefit from a new unconventional viewpoint on a topic. In addition, brief commentary (250 words, 5 references) will be solicited from the readership. The hope here is to use the journal to promote communication among practitioners and researchers, and therefore further understanding. Hopefully, new ideas and improved designs for future research on these topics should follow. Some articles will be invited; we also welcome unsolicited manuscripts. The Viewpoint manuscript must be concise, to the point, and bring novel new insights on a specific problem. Refer only to already peer-reviewed, published findings. Abstract is required; the title of the manuscript should be as descriptive as possible of the problem and or viewpoint being presented. Authors should provide a list of 5-10 names and emails of individuals who may be interested in providing commentary on their Viewpoint.

 

Section Policies

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Peer Review Process

Once a manuscript is submitted, it is assigned to an Editor most appropriate to handle it, based on the subject of the manuscript and the availability of the Editors. If the Editor determines that the manuscript is not of sufficient quality to go through the normal review process or if the subject of the manuscript is not appropriate to the journal scope, the Editor rejects the manuscript with no further processing.

If the Editor determines that the submitted manuscript is of sufficient quality and falls within the scope of the journal, he/she assigns the manuscript to a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 external reviewers for peer-review. The reviewers submit their reports on the manuscripts along with their recommendation of one of the following actions to the Editor:

  • Accept submission (Publish Unaltered)
  • Revisions required (Consider after Minor Changes)
  • Resubmit for review (Consider after Major Changes)
  • Decline submission (Reject: Manuscript is flawed or not sufficiently novel)

When all reviewers have submitted their reports, the Editor can make one of the following editorial recommendations: Publish Unaltered, Consider after Minor Changes, Consider after Major Changes, Reject.

If the Editor recommends "Publish Unaltered," the manuscript is accepted for publication.

If the Editor recommends "Consider after Minor Changes," the authors are notified to prepare and submit a final copy of their manuscript with the required minor changes suggested by the reviewers. The Editor reviews the revised manuscript after the minor changes have been made by the authors. Once the Editor is satisfied with the final manuscript, the manuscript can be accepted.

If the Editor recommends "Consider after Major Changes," the recommendation is communicated to the authors. The authors are expected to revise their manuscripts in accordance with the changes recommended by the reviewers and to submit their revised manuscript in a timely manner. Once the revised manuscript is submitted, the Editor can then make an editorial recommendation which can be "Publish Unaltered" or "Consider after Minor Changes" or "Reject".

If the Editor recommends rejecting the manuscript, the rejection is immediate. Also, if two of the reviewers recommend rejecting the manuscript, the rejection is immediate. The editorial workflow gives the Editors the authority in rejecting any manuscript because of inappropriateness of its subject, lack of quality, or incorrectness of its results. The Editor cannot assign himself/herself as an external reviewer of the manuscript. This is to ensure a high-quality, fair, and unbiased peer-review process of every manuscript submitted to the journal, since any manuscript must be recommended by one or more (usually two or more) external reviewers along with the Editor in charge of the manuscript in order for it to be accepted for publication in the journal.

The peer-review process is double blinded, i.e., the reviewers do not know who the authors of the manuscript are and the authors do not have access to the information of who the peer-reviewers are. Without the significant contributions made by peer reviewers, the publication of the journal would not be possible.

 

Publication Frequency

Anglisticum Journal is published monthly both in its online and printed editions. However, accepted papers are published online, as soon as the corrected proofs are available, prior to print publication.

Disclaimer: Articles appearing in the published ahead-of-print section are posted at the "Post Author Correction" stage of production. A Post Author Correction article is a composed proof of a peer-reviewed article that has been substantively edited and copyedited, and it contains the author's and editorial office's proofreading corrections. However, these articles will be reviewed one additional time before print publication. Any final changes in the manuscript will be made at the time of print publication and will be reflected in the final electronic version of the issue. Anglisticum Journal, the editors and editorial board members are not responsible or liable for the use of any potentially inaccurate or misleading data, opinion, or information that may be contained within the articles found in the published ahead-of-print section of the Anglisticum Journal Web site.

 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

Archiving

This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. More...

 

License

Association-Institute for English Language and American Studies & Anglisticum Journal provides open access to works we publish on the principle of the Creative Commons Licence 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/. View Legal Code Under this license, we require publishing rights from authors to publish and disseminate their research articles, while authors retain ownership of the copyright in their works. This allows anyone to download, print, distribute, reuse, modify and copy the content without requesting extra permission from the authors or the publishers only if appropriate credits are given to the original authors and source.

 

Retraction Policy and Instructions

ANGLISTICUM Journal ONLY retracts articles for the following TWO reasons:

1. The authors admit that there is a conflict of interests, and/or duplicate submissions to multiple journals at the same time and/or plagiarism in this article. In this case,

  • The administrator of the authors’ institute should be notified and he/she needs to send an official letter to the editor-in-chief indicating that he/she knows the issue.
  • The administrator of the authors’ institute should show the evidence that there are steps to against this issue with the signature of the school administrator. 
  • This letter must be sent from the administrator’s school official email address to the editor the journal and the authors at the same time.
  • The retraction process is irreversible, which means if an article is retracted, it won’t be able to appear again in the journal in future.

2. The authors insist on retracting the article, due to personal reasons and there’s a 122 EUR / article processing charge.

  • The authors should write a letter with all the signatures indicating that they would like to retract the article due to personal reasons and they are sure that there isn’t any conflict of interests and/or plagiarism in this article and they understand that the retraction will make the journal incomplete.
  • The authors need to provide the payment receipt of the processing charge to the editor.

 

Special Editions (Conference Proceedings)

Our journal publishes Special Editions and the publication fee will be discussed with institutions based on their requests.

 

Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice

Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement

The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).

Publication decisions: The editor is responsible for deciding which of the articles submitted to the journal should be published. The editor may be guided by the policies of the journal's editorial board and constrained by such legal requirements as shall then be in force regarding libel, copyright infringement and plagiarism. The editor may confer with other editors or reviewers in making this decision.

Fair play:  An editor at any time evaluates manuscripts for their intellectual content without regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the authors.

Confidentiality: The editor and any editorial staff must not disclose any information about a submitted manuscript to anyone other than the corresponding author, reviewers, potential reviewers, other editorial advisers, and the publisher, as appropriate.

Disclosure and conflicts of interest: Unpublished materials disclosed in a submitted manuscript must not be used in an editor's own research without the express written consent of the author.

 

Indexed / Abstracted in

Indexed / Abstracted in

ANGLISTICUM is indexed and abstracted in the following databases/resources:

Other relevant resources

  • Saarland University
  • Technical University of Darmstadt
  • Marburg University
  • The LEIPZIG University Library
  • The library of the University of Applied Sciences Wildau (TH Wildau)
  • The Saxon State Library - Dresden State and University Library (SLUB)
  • Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek. (EZB)
  • The Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB)
  • Zeitschriftendatenbank (ZDB)
  • Fulda University
  • University of Rheinmain
  • WZB library
  • University of Giessen
  • Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm
  • Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
  • University of Passau
  • University of Applied Science Amberg Weiden
  • Hochschule Augsburg
  • Hochschule Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences
  • Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen
  • Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences
  • “Weihenstephan Triesdorf” University of Applied Sciences
  • Eichstatt Ingolstadt University
  • Kassel University
  • Bavarian State University
  • University of Bayreuth
  • Iseek
  • Leibniz Information Centre for Life Sciences
  • PBN (Polska Bibliografia Naukowa)
  • POL-Index (Polska Baza Cytowan)
  • CiteULike
  • Issuu
  • Microsoft Academic Search
  • International Organization for Impact Factor and Indexing
  • Open AIRE

In Process: EBSCO, SCOPUS, The Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), ERIH PLUS, Econ Biz (Virtual library for Economics and Business Studies, Germany), ASI (Advanced Science Index).