Journal of Media and Religion Studies (MEDIAD) employs double-blind refereeing system. Double-blind refereeing is a method concerning publishing of scientific publications in high quality within ethical standards. This method is the basis of an objective evaluation process of scientific studies and is preferred by many scientific journals.
Articles submitted to the Journal of Media and Religion Studies (MEDIAD) are reviewed first by the Editorial Board in terms of compliance with the journal's principles, and then sent to two approved referees. If deemed necessary, articles may be sent to a third referee approved by the editor.
In accordance with the double-blinding method, the identities of the authors and referees are kept secret. The editorial board decides on the publication of the articles.