1. Criteria for Examination
(1) The review of contribution papers shall be conducted by the editorial board. Three judges commissioned by the editorial committee decide whether to publish and revise the contribution paper. The examiners shall be professional researchers in the field of papers subject to examination.
(2) All submitted papers must undergo a certain review and comply with the regulations for the contribution of manuscripts in this journal. In case of violation of the regulations, the editorial committee may request modification or suspend publication.
(3) The paper published in this journal is a new manuscript that has not been published on other pages and shall show research results that deepen and develop existing discussions.
2. Examination procedure
(1) The editorial committee holds an editorial meeting after each issue of the paper's contribution is closed to discuss the review process of the contribution paper. At this time, the minutes must be prepared.
(2) The editorial committee shall select three researchers with expertise in the field of thesis submitted as judges and request examination. When requesting an examination, the identity of contributors and judges shall be kept secret for fairness in the examination. The grade of judgment shall be determined by the average score of the three judges.
(3) The reviewer should consider originality, logical feasibility, academic contribution, etc. and send the results to the editorial committee with the results of the review as one of the following: "Publishing (50~45 points), "Publishing 44~35 points", "Reviewing 34~25 points", and "Not publishing.
(4) The editorial committee shall inform the researcher of the reasons for determining the grade by "publishing price", "publishing after modification", "reexamination after modification", and "non-publishing" in the prescribed official form.
(5) In principle, a paper that determines the average score of three judges of a paper is "published" (45 points or higher) shall be published without modification.
(6) The Editorial Committee shall notify the contributor of the paper whose average score of three judges is "post-modification" (35 points or more), and determine whether to publish it after checking the revised manuscript.
(7) The Editorial Committee shall review and determine the amendments and notify the contributor of the thesis on which the average score of the three judges is "reexamined after correction (25 points or higher)" and request the same judge to review the paper. At this time, in principle, the average score of three members of the thesis review committee shall be 35 or higher.
(8) If the contributor raises an objection to the results of the review of the review of the review of the re-examination of the "re-examination" paper, three new judges shall be commissioned to conduct the examination. In this case, consent must be sought from the contributor of the paper first, and the timing of the re-examination is finally determined by the editorial committee. At this time, in principle, the average score of three members of the thesis review committee shall be 35 or higher.
(9) A paper that has been published in another academic journal or has been found to be plagiarized even after it has been determined or published shall be canceled after a resolution by the editorial committee.
(10) Other matters not prescribed shall be determined by the editorial committee.
Article 1 (Enforcement Date) This amended Ordinance shall enter into force on August 22, 2014.