FREQUENCY OF JOURNAL,
Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT) is published quarterly, in March, June, September, and December.
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF RESEARCH ARTICLES,
Manuscript submission at Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT)is online via the OJS only. We do not accept submissions via email,nor hardcopies by hand or post.
A guide has been prepared to help the authors upload the manuscripts on OJS, which can be retrieved.
If you have trouble uploading and submitting the manuscript, email us at email@example.com/ for guidance. The office contact details are given below:
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PEER REVIEW POLICY
Peer Review Process
- Peer review is the evaluation of manuscripts submitted to Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL(JALT) Studies by experts in related fields. Peer review enables authors to receive critical feedback from experts on individual manuscripts.
- Reviewers evaluate the submitted manuscripts in an objective manner. They express their opinions clearly and support their comments.
- All submitted manuscript is kept confidential. Reviewers are not allowed to share or disclose unpublished information in a manuscript.
- Reviewers of Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT) avoid evaluating manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest. They contact editors if there is any conflict of interest that could affect their evaluation of a manuscript. In those cases, they can reject reviewing the manuscript.
- Reviewers can recommend to author/s any related work that is not cited.
We use a double-blind system for peer review: The identities of both reviewers and authors remain anonymous. Each submitted manuscript is peer reviewed by at least two experts. In some rare cases, we may start a third round of peer review according to the recommendations from editors and reviewers.
ORIGINALITY AND PLAGIARISM POLICY
The Research Journal, Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT) uses turitin.com for pilgrims checking. Its acceptable rate is 18%.
A non-refundable processing fee of Pak Rs. 10,000/- will be charged for manuscripts submitted within Pakistan. The fees can be submitted via a pay order, bank draft, or via online transfer. The details will be emailed upon submission of a complete manuscript.
For overseas manuscripts (outside Pakistan), a non-refundable processing fee of US$ 100/- will be charged. Overseas authors can send the fees through bank transfer. Exact details of the account and transfer will be emailed once a complete manuscript is submitted for processing.
There is no processing fee for a comment written in response to our published article.
- ETHICAL GUIDELINES,
Ethical approval of research in the form of letters from the review committee (RC) is mandatory for all manuscripts submitted to Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT).
The names and email addresses entered in this journal’s site will be used only for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party/ institution whatsoever.
AUTHOR AGREEMENT FORM
Submission of work requires that the piece to be reviewed has not been previously published. Upon acceptance, the Author assigns to the Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT) the right to publish and distribute the manuscript in part or in its entirety. The Author's name will always be included with the publication of the manuscript. The Author has the following nonexclusive rights: (1) to use the manuscript in the Author's teaching activities; (2) to publish the manuscript, or permit its publication, as part of any book the Author may write; (3) to include the manuscript in the Author's own personal or departmental (but not institutional) database or on-line site; and (4) to license reprints of the manuscript to third persons for educational photocopying. The Author also agrees to properly credit the Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT) as the original place of publication.
The Author hereby grants the Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT) full and exclusive rights to the manuscript, all revisions, and the full copyright. Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT) rights include but are not limited to the following:
(1) to reproduce, publish, sell, and distribute copies of the manuscript, selections of the manuscript, and translations and other derivative works based upon the manuscript, in print, audio-visual, electronic, or by any and all media now or hereafter known or devised; (2) to license reprints of the manuscript to third persons for educational photocopying; (3) to license others to create abstracts of the manuscript and to index the manuscript; (4) to license secondary publishers to reproduce the manuscript in print, microform, or any computer-readable form, including electronic on-line databases; and (5) to license the manuscript for document delivery. These exclusive rights run the full term of the copyright, and all renewals and extensions thereof.
I hereby accept the terms of the above Author Agreement.
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- DEADLINES OF ALL PROCESSES I.E. DURATION OF PAPER SUBMISSION, REVIEW OF ARTICLES, ACCEPTANCE OF ARTICLES AND PUBLICATION OF ARTICLES
- TIMELINES OF PUBLICATION OF ISSUES,
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Notification to Authors
STEPS INVOLVED FROM DATE OF RECEIPT OF RESEARCH ARTICLE TILL THE PUBLICATION OF ARTICLE,
- ARTICLE PROCESSING/PUBLICATION FEE,
A non-refundable processing fee of Pak Rs.10,000/- will be charged for manuscripts submitted within Pakistan. The fees can be submitted via a pay order, bank draft, or via online transfer. The details will be emailed upon submission of a complete manuscript.
For overseas manuscripts (outside Pakistan), a non-refundable processing fee of US$ 200/- will be charged. Overseas authors can send the fees through bank transfer. Exact details of the account and transfer will be emailed once a complete manuscript is submitted for processing.
Note the following important points regarding processing fees:
- Submission of processing fees does not guarantee acceptance of a manuscript.
- The publication fees are separate and are not included in the processing fees.
There is no processing fee for a comment written in response to our published article.
DISCLOSURE AND CONFLICT OF INTEREST, CORRECTION AND RETRACTION OF RESEARCH ARTICLES, CONTRIBUTION AND CONSENTS OF EACH AUTHOR AND ANY OTHER INFORMATION.
When submitting a manuscript to Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT), authors are always asked to disclose potential conflicts of interest. A conflict of interest is any activity or role of an author that might cause bias in the research conducted in the paper. Ideally conflicts of interest should be avoided, but in reality this is not always possible; for example, an author might be a consultant for a drug company because he or she is an expert in the field. The purpose of declaring conflicts of interest in scientific papers is to provide transparency in reporting science to the public, and to give readers an opportunity to judge the value of the publication.
Conflicts of interest can be financial or non-financial. All journals require disclosure of financial relationships (funding, employment, stocks, consultant fees, lecturing fees, etc), while some journals also require disclosure of non-financial relationships (unpaid advisory role, membership, etc, sometimes even political or personal beliefs). Journal of Applied Linguistics and TESOL (JALT) Form for Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest, which does include non-financial relationships. Nature journals only started requesting authors to disclose competing non-financial interests this year. Authors should always check journal guidelines about what to include. Only relationships relevant to the study in the manuscript need to be declared. There is no definite cut-off as to how relevant or how much money is involved when a conflict of interest has to be reported. The authors will need to make their own judgment, but if it is something that a reader might perceive as can affect the objectivity of the author, it should be disclosed.
If a conflict of interest is not disclosed in a published paper but later found out by a reader and reported to the journal, the journal usually will ask the authors to clarify whether such a claim is true and may ask the authors’ institution to investigate if the research is still credible. Failure to disclose conflicts of interest generally will not lead to retraction of the paper by the journal, but the authors will need to update their disclosure and the journal would publish a correction. However, retractions may happen if journals find that the authors have omitted major conflicts of interest that are likely to influence the study.
Of course, authors are not the only ones who need to disclose conflicts of interest during the publication process. Reviewers and editors are also required to disclose any potential conflicts of interest to the editorial board when handling a paper.