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The Journal of Underrepresented and Minority Progress uses the double-blind review process, which means that both the reviewer and author name(s) are not allowed to be revealed to one another for a manuscript under review. Manuscripts are assigned to two or more reviewers. Reviewers provide a complete, fair, thoughtful evaluation of manuscripts to ensure all published work meets the goals of the journal.
High priority is given to manuscripts that mark a new and demonstratively significant advancement in research on the issues faced by the underrepresented and minority people:
Reviewers evaluate manuscripts based on the following criteria:
Based on the feedback from the Reviewers, the Editors will make one of the following decisions:
The most common recommendations for manuscripts upon the first review are Decline Submission and Resubmit for Review (major revisions). We aim to provide initial decisions within 90 days from new manuscript submission, although peer review may take more or less time depending on the circumstances.
If a manuscript is accepted for publication, all authors complete Terms of Agreement. By signing these terms of the agreement, authors release all copyrights to the Journal of Underrepresented and Minority Progress. We aim to publish accepted manuscripts in the 'Online First' format within 60 days after acceptance.
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