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Article selection process

RESET welcomes articles for its thematic issues as well for its section “Varia”. The selection process is as follows:

Paper submission in response to a Call for proposals

Article proposals should take the form of a 500 word abstract. Written in either English or French, they should state the research question, the methodology, and the theoretical framework used. The abstracts will focus on the scientific relevance of the proposed article in light of the existing literature and the call for papers, and may be accompanied by a short bibliography. They should be sent by email, before the deadline indicated in the CFP, to the following address: reset@openedition.org.

Received abstracts are first anonymised. They are then subject to an initial screening by the Editorial Board and the coordinators of the thematic issue. The aim of the screening is to ensure the scientific and thematic relevance of the proposals with regard to the CFP. Authors of accepted abstracts are then invited to submit a full length article.

Having passed this first step, the articles are submitted to a double-blind peer review process. Each article is reviewed by at least two anonymous reviewers. Following the recommendations of the reviewers, the coordinators and the Editorial Board then decide whether the article is to be accepted, rejected or accepted with revisions. In the last case, authors are invited to revise the article according to the recommendations of the reviewers before resubmitting it.

The authors then have a reasonable time to undertake changes and resubmit the article. A second, and if necessary a third, review is possible before the publication of the paper.

Paper submission to the section « Varia »

In addition to the thematic articles, RESET publishes papers on various topics in its section Varia. Full length articles should be sent by email to the following address: reset@openedition.org.

The proposals are first anonymised. They are then subject to an initial screening by the Editorial Board which aim is to ensure the scientific relevance of the proposals with regard to the editorial line of the journal.

Having passed this first step, the articles are submitted to a double-blind peer review process. Following the recommendations of the reviewers, the Editorial Board then decide whether the article is to be accepted, rejected or accepted with revisions. In the last case, authors are invited to revise the article according to the recommendations of the reviewers before resubmitting it.

The authors then have a reasonable time to undertake changes and resubmit the article. A second, and if necessary a third, review is possible before the publication of the paper.

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