Aut­hor’s No­tes

We are plea­sed that you have de­ci­ded to pu­blish an ar­tic­le in the “In­ter­na­tio­nal Jour­nal of Ad­ven­ture The­ra­py”.

Ar­tic­le sub­mis­si­on (Ger­ma­ny)

In­ter­na­tio­nal edi­to­ri­al of­fice

Ar­tic­les and con­tri­bu­ti­ons can be sub­mit­ted in the re­spec­ti­ve lan­guages of the re­pre­sen­ted count­ries. In the va­rious count­ries, the­re are usual­ly two (sel­ec­ted) edi­tors / pro­ofrea­ders ap­poin­ted by the edi­to­ri­al team, who act as cont­act per­sons in your na­ti­ve lan­guage. They will pro­ofread your con­tri­bu­ti­on and act as your com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on part­ners. They are cal­led “coun­try edi­tors” in the fol­lo­wing.

  • The coun­try edi­tors de­ci­de on the ac­cep­tance of a sub­mit­ted con­tri­bu­ti­on for re­view.
  • Sub­mis­si­ons ac­cept­ed by the coun­try edi­tors will then be pro­ofread and sel­ec­ted in the na­tio­nal lan­guages.
  • Two edi­tors read the sub­mit­ted ar­tic­les in­de­pendent­ly of each other.
  • The edi­tors de­ci­de on the ac­cep­tance of the ar­tic­les and then in­form the aut­hors about the re­sult of this pro­cess: re­jec­tion or ac­cep­tance or ac­cep­tance with re­ser­va­tions.
  • In the case of “ac­cep­tance with re­ser­va­tions”, the aut­hors are as­ked to re­vi­se their ar­tic­le along the in­s­truc­tions (se­ve­ral times, if ne­ces­sa­ry).
  • Upon re­sub­mis­si­on, aut­hors pro­vi­de a brief ex­pl­ana­ti­on of the ch­an­ges made. The edi­tors then re­view the con­tri­bu­ti­on again.
  • Once the edi­tors pro­po­se an ar­tic­le for pu­bli­ca­ti­on, the edi­tors make a fi­nal de­cis­i­on on its ac­cep­tance.
  • The edi­tors edit the ar­tic­le, if ne­ces­sa­ry with the in­vol­vement of the aut­hors, so that it is fi­nal­ly pu­blished in a ti­me­ly man­ner.

All ac­ti­vi­ties of the edi­tors and the edi­to­ri­al team are car­ri­ed out on a vol­un­t­a­ry ba­sis. For this re­ason, plea­se un­der­stand that the­re may be de­lays in the pro­cess if this group of peo­p­le has to prio­ri­ti­ze other com­mit­ments. Im­pro­ve­ments in this re­gard are be­ing im­ple­men­ted on an on­go­ing ba­sis.

In­ter­na­tio­nal edi­to­ri­al of­fice

Plea­se note our pu­bli­ca­ti­on stan­dards.


Pu­blished ar­tic­les in “jour­nal | ad­ven­ture the­ra­py” are li­cen­sed un­der the fol­lo­wing li­cen­se:

This work or con­tent is li­cen­sed un­der: Crea­ti­ve Com­mons At­tri­bu­ti­on-Non­Com­mer­cial-No­De­ri­va­ti­ves 3.0 Ger­ma­ny Li­cen­se.

By sub­mit­ting a con­tri­bu­ti­on, you agree to this li­cen­se.

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