Journal of Language and Discourse Practice (LDPJ)- Peer Review Process
Peer Review Process

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An e-mail message or letter will acknowledge manuscript receipt. If accepted for blind review, the manuscript will be sent to, at least, two readers: Typically, one has broad general knowledge of the field, and one has expertise in the particular topic or methodology. Within 2 months, authors can expect to receive one of four decisions: (a) manuscript acceptance, (b) acceptance with revision, (c) nonacceptance with an invitation for revision and resubmission for another round of review, or (d) nonacceptance and recommendation for submission to a different publication. Reviewers aim to provide authors with helpful feedback for manuscript revision and future manuscript preparation. Manuscripts that fail to follow submission guidelines will not be reviewed.

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