About the Journal
Peer Review Process
The Journal of Applied Cultural Studies has established procedures for external double blind peer review, provided by scholars and scientists representing all areas of social sciences and the humanities and consistent with the guidelines of the European Reference Index of the Humanities and the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
Texts that have been submitted for publication in the Journal of Applied Cultural Studies are reviewed by two peer reviewers – experts in a given field.
The articles written in a foreign language – a language that is not the native language of the author – are reviewed by a peer reviewer who is affiliated with a University that is not from the same country as the author.
A double blind peer review procedure is established in the journal.
The peer review is issued in written form and concludes with an unequivocal statement of rejection or acceptance for publication.
The peer reviewers evaluating the submitted text of the article fill in a review form, which is available on the website.
The criteria regarding approval or rejection of the submitted article are presented in the review form.
Personal data on the peer reviewers of particular articles are not published. A list of the peer reviewers who collaborate with the journal is published once a year.
Copyright & licence
Journal of Applied Cultural Studies is published in an open access format. Authors who have submitted an article for publication in the journal accept all the terms that are presented and are not paid for publishing.
Ghost-writing and authorship policy
Journal of Applied Cultural Studies has established procedures for paper originality, ghost-writing and authorship. All submissions should be followed by the author’s warranties of paper originality, ghost-writing and authorship, which should be attached in electronic form.
Prof. Nicholas Arnold De Montfort University
Dr. Bogna Wach The Jacob of Paradyż University of Applied Sciences in Gorzów Wielkopolski,
Dr. Maciej Dudziak The Jacob of Paradyż University of Applied Sciences in Gorzów Wielkopolski,
Prof. Beata Orłowska The Jacob of Paradyż University of Applied Sciences in Gorzów Wielkopolski,
Prof. Ian Watson Rutgers University New Jersey
Wojciech Jozef Burszta
University of Social Sciences and Humanities
Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University