The Journal of Cyberspace Studies adheres to the double-blind peer review process by a group of experts in which the reviewers’ identities withheld from the authors and the authors’ names from the reviewers.
Upon receipt of a manuscript, the Executive Editor screens the manuscript and decides whether or not to send it for full peer review. Then, the manuscript is sent to the Editor in Chief, who will assign the manuscript to an Associate Editor after another round of screening. Only after clearing the initial internal review, the manuscript would be assigned to two peer reviewers.
Finally, the Editor in Chief considers the peer reviewers’ reports and the Associate Editor’s suggestions and makes the final decision to accept or reject the manuscript for publication.