Peer Review Policy

The ZANCO Journal of Human Sciences uses a rigorous double-blind peer review process to verify the quality and integrity of the articles it publishes. Upon submission, the editorial team performs an initial assessment of each manuscript to assess its suitability for the journal and adherence to the submission requirements.
Submissions that meet the journal's criteria are then sent out for peer review by experts in the field. Reviewers are selected for their expertise and independence, and they provide valuable feedback to the authors to enhance the quality and clarity of their work.
After receiving feedback from reviewers, the editorial staff decides whether to accept, revise, or reject the manuscript. Authors are given the option to respond to reviewers' suggestions and modify their work accordingly.
ZJHS is committed to maintaining the highest standards of academic integrity and transparency in its peer review process, assuring the reliability and credibility of the research it publishes.