Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The LSP Journal - LSP, professional communication, knowledge management and cognition focuses on interlinking research across these areas. The areas of research are of vital importance to the development, exchange and acceptance of new ideas and products in scientific domains as well as in trade and public services at national and international levels.

The scope of the LSP journal is to give researchers a peer-reviewed international forum for exchanges of new insights into theoretical and practical approaches the areas of research. Operational and innovative methods and practices of relevance to creation and distribution of knowledge in intra- and interlingual environments are primary focal points.

 

Section Policies

Preface

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Articles

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Zoom-in on

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Reports

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Book Reviews

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Information

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Colophon

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Complete volume

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Peer Review Process

The LSP Journal is a peer reviewed journal using a single-blind peer review process. Peer reviewers are invited and appointed by the Editorial Board. Reviewers advise the Editorial Board, which is responsible for the final decision to accept or reject the article.  
1. The Editor evaluates the manuscript submissions.
- Manuscripts may be rejected at this point if the material is insufficiently original, has serious scientific flaws, has grammatical errors, is written in poor English, or falls outside the focus and scope of the journal.
- Article manuscripts meeting the minimum criteria are assigned to at least two referees for review.
- Reports and book reviews are not peer reviewed and may be accepted directly by the editor.

2. How long does the review process take?
- Typically a manuscript will be reviewed within 2-3 months. Should the review reports contradict each other or if a report is unnecessarily delayed, a third reviewer may be assigned.

3. Reviewers submit their reports with recommendations and comments. Peer reviewers may opt to be anonymous to the author.

4. Editorial decision to accept or reject the article for publication
- A final decision to accept or reject the manuscript is made.
- If accepted, author(s) are expected to make revisions in accordance with reviewer and editor comments. Major changes of content and format will not be accepted at this stage.

 

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.