About the Journal

Focus and Scope

New Language Dimensions emphasizes the publication of original articles as an academic network providing appealing and interdisciplinary discussions on literature, language, and teaching. It is expected to reach out to wider readers and writers, bringing the academic dialogue to multiple audiences both on the educational and manufacturing levels.

Peer Review Process

New Language Dimensions is a double-peer-reviewed journal. It is committed to maintaining quality input. The article is expected to contribute to academic advancement as well as gain comprehension of the field. To achieve this aim, we conduct a double-blind review. The identification of the reviewer and author is put out of sight.

New Language Dimensions employs the following process of reviewing:

1. Preliminary assessment

In this step, the article will be screened either by the editor-in-chief or the managing editor based on the journal's scope and focus also minimum requirements of the publication. The article will also be checked for plagiarism with a minimum score of similarity is 20% and AI-generated texts maximum of 20%; otherwise, an article with more than that minimum requirement will be rejected or asked to revise.

2. Reviewer appointment

The editor will consider shortlisted articles to be assigned to the relevant reviewers. At least two reviewers are requested to review the article.

3. Peer review

In this stage, the reviewers will assess the article and determine its conformity to the assessment rubric. Reviewers then give recommendations to the editor-in-chief. 

4. Plagiarism Check

The editor will conduct a plagiarism check using Turnitin to make sure that the submission is free from plagiarism. 

5. Initial decision

Once the editor-in-chief accepts the recommendation from the reviewers, the initial decision will be addressed to the author regarding the publication of the article. There are three initial decisions for the article; either it be rejected, revised (minor and major) or accepted with no revision.

6. Revision

The article which is accepted with revision, is returned to the author for proofreading. The author has one month to revise it. As soon as the article is submitted, it will again be reviewed by the editor-in-chief to see whether the changes conform to the editor's previous requests. If the article is not adequately revised, it will be returned to the author for further revision.

7. Final assessment

This stage determines whether the article is fully rejected or accepted. If the revision is deemed not adequate and does not conform to the standard of publication, the article is rejected.

8. Proofreading

The author has to once more check the article in terms of language and content. The author has to check its readability without changing its content. Once it has been checked and improved, the author returned it to the editor-in-chief who will do a final review final over the article.

9. Typesetting

The article is handled by the typesetter. The final draft will be returned to the author for final review and approval.

10. Issuing the article

The article is ready to publish.

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.