Submission Preparation Checklist
All submissions must meet the following requirements.
- The manuscript I am about to submit is written in English.
- The manuscript I am about to submit is original, has not been published nor is currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
- My ORCID ID is a part of the submission process.
- I am about to submit text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which could be found in Submission section.
- My article is ensuring a Blind Review standards.
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