Peer Review Process and Plagiarism Control

The peer review system ensures the quality of a research article. The journal uses a strict peer review system. All submitted articles are subject to at least 2 peer-reviews before publication. The journal uses a double-blind peer review system.

The double-blind peer review system is an review system in which the identity of the author(s) of an article is hidden from selected reviewers. Any details that might enable a reviewer to identify the author(s) of an article are removed from the article before it is submitted to the reviewer. Similarly, the identities of the reviewers are also hidden from the authors when sending their comments to the author(s).

The journal considers the double-blind peer review system to be the most effective review system because it limits possible bias from selected reviewers or authors. It enables authors to improve their articles and assists editors in making decisions about articles.


Journal of New Tourism Trends requires that plagiarism be checked to protect the integrity of any work that has undergone the "Double Blind Review Evaluation Process" due to its publication ethics. In this context, Turkish and English copies of each study are subject to plagiarism control of the editorial board.

Authors are responsible for the content, language and originality of the article they submit. Authors must ensure that they fully compose their original work, and that if the authors have used the work and/or other authors' words, it is appropriately cited or cited by attribution.

Plagiarism control is carried out through İntihal.Net software. The matches found in each study after plagiarism detection are analysed in detail and those matches with correct reference and cross-reference are sorted. In the next step, the mistakes in the remaining matches are determined and reported to the editorial board. The board, then, makes a final decision in the light of the plagiarism detection report. The author(s) may be asked to correct the mistakes listed in the report or the study may be returned to the author(s).