The review process is a method used to evaluate the quality of manuscripts. The JARE hopes that this process will allow quality manuscripts to be published. In addition, it hopes to provide young and early-career academics with access to experts in their areas of study who can ably assist them to improve the quality of their output. The JARE operates a blind peer review system.
The JARE expects Reviewers to be honest and objective irrespective of the viewpoint expressed in the manuscript. In evaluating a manuscript, reviewers should focus on the following:
Reviewers should also:
Observe that the author(s) have followed the instruction for authors and publication guidelines.
The Reviewer’s Report should be precise and objective. Constructive criticism should where necessary be supported by facts regarding the content of the manuscript. The JARE expects Reviewers to make only critical corrections.
Reviewers’ recommendation should be either: