Peer Review Policy

Peer Review Policy for the Al Haqeeqah:

  • Scope: Al Haqeeqah publishes peer-reviewed research articles in the fields of law, social sciences, and humanities. The journal welcomes submissions that make original contributions to knowledge, are well-argued, and are of interest to a wide audience.
  • Types of Articles: Al Haqeeqah publishes the following types of articles:
    • Research articles: These articles present original research that makes a significant contribution to knowledge.
    • Review articles: These articles provide comprehensive and critical reviews of the literature on a particular topic.
    • Book reviews: These articles review recently published books in the fields of law, social sciences, and humanities.
  • Peer Review Process: All articles submitted to Al Haqeeqah are subject to a double-blind peer review process. This means that the identity of the authors and the reviewers are kept confidential throughout the review process.
    • The Editor-in-Chief will assign each article to two reviewers who are experts in the relevant field.
    • Reviewers will be asked to provide an assessment of the article, including its originality, significance, and clarity.
    • The Editor-in-Chief will make a decision on the basis of the reviewers' reports.
  • Publication Process: Articles that are accepted for publication will be copyedited and typeset. The journal is published quarterly.

Here are some additional details about the peer review process:

  • Reviewers are expected to provide detailed and constructive feedback on the articles they review.
  • Reviewers should avoid making personal attacks on the authors or their work.
  • Reviewers should not disclose any confidential information about the articles they review.

The Al Haqeeqah is committed to ensuring the quality and fairness of its peer review process. If you have any questions about the peer review process, please contact the Editor-in-Chief.