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Guidelines

ETAS Journal Book Review Guidelines

A full book review should be about 500-800 words and should be a constructive appraisal of one book or monograph, or several works. This review is not primarily a summary; rather it is an analytic or critical discussion of a book or article, hence it comments on and evaluates the author's purpose, thesis, contentions, and methods of analysis in an engaging and informative way.

A good review may include many or all of these themes:

ETAS Journal Special Supplement Guidelines

14. ETAS Journal SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT

The Special Supplement topic should be agreed with the ETAS Journal Editor-in-Chief and the deadlines verified. The Supplement itself should contain 8 –10 articles.

14.1   Content: The articles should vary in perspective and content and reflect the needs of a large and diverse membership.  

14.1.1 Specific requirements on content

Notice to Authors: The ETAS Journal Editorial Practice Some Ethical Considerations

Notice to Authors: The ETAS Journal Editorial Practice

Some Ethical Considerations

Editorial independence lies at the heart of ETAS Journal’s editing practices. According to the famous American writer Sherwood Anderson, “the whole glory of writing lies in the fact that it forces us out of ourselves and into the lives of others.” This view of writing underpins the process of editing observed by ETAS Journal Editors. 

Overview of the ETAS Journal Peer Review Process

As it aims to be a reputable publication in the field of English Language Teaching, ETAS Journal employs a single-blind peer review procedure (reviewers’ identity is kept anonymous) of research-based as well as specialty topics (such as new information and digital technology) articles submitted for publication.