Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The article must be presented in Microsoft Word format or RTF provided that it does not exceed 2MB;
- Foreign words should be written in italics while neologisms or unusual words should be written in quotations marks;
- The identification of the article’s author must be removed from the file and the Properties option in Microsoft Word;
Biography of authors: Upon submission of the paper, a biography of all authors containing ORCID, name, title, institutional affiliation, city/country of origin and academic title MUST be submitted in the form of additional documentation according to model below:
Structured abstract: Upon submission of their paper, authors MUST include, in the form of additional documentation, a structured abstract (maximum 250 words) of each paper in the same language that meets JPB REVIEW’s standard model .Please rank authors according to the level of their involvement and contribution to the manuscript.
- Frames, graphs, tables or illustrations shall be submitted with their captions, quoting the source and legend;
- Units of measure shall follow the standards of the International System (SI) developed by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) [www.bipm.org];
- By being responsible for the content of the article submitted to the journal, the author authorizes its publication.
Point-CounterpointThe initiative for the development of a ‘Point-Counterpoint’ may come from the editors, the journal’s editorial board, or through an informal proposal from authors to the editors. On receiving such a proposal, the editors will evaluate the proposal and, if it is approved, will ask for a more formal proposal which describes the relevance, scope and contribution of the debate, including the different positions of the respective authors on the issue or topic and the proposed outcome of the debate.
Editorial CommentsThis section is exclusive to the editors of the Journal.
Technical paperDescribes and evaluates technical products, processes or services.
Bibliographic ReviewBibliometric studies.
InsightsThis section for invited short papers - experience scholars. Editorial team will invite some experience scholars for publishing purpose.
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