to check your article matches the journal’s Aims and Scope. If your submission is appropriate for the journal, the editor will then select reviewers and send your article out for peer review.
by experts in your field (usually two or three of your peers). Now’s the time to wait: reviewers may be looking at a number of articles so try to be patient. If you have submitted your article via Scholar One Manuscripts or Editorial Manager, you can check the progress of your paper by logging into the online submission system.
and make a decision whether to reject your article, ask for revisions, or accept it. You choose whether to revise and resubmit. Your revised article will usually go to the same reviewers, who will assess the updated article and make recommendations to the editor.
The next step is production. Copy-editing will begin, and you’ll be contacted by Taylor & Francis with your proofs. You’ll also sign a publishing agreement.
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