Journal of Asian Social Science Research ensures that all research articles published in the journal have undergone rigorous peer-review process, based on initial screening by editor-in-chief and editors. All book review papers and review articles published in this journal have undergone editorial review by the editor-in-chief and/or editors.
Reviewers are assigned to review submitted manuscripts. The review process employs a double-blind review, which means that the author’s identities are concealed from the reviewer and the reviewer’s identities are also concealed from the reviewer. In the review process, reviewers examine the coherence of title, abstract, introduction, methodology, findings, analysis, conclusion, and references. They also review the paper’s contribution, significance, novelty, and/or scientific impact.