Privacy Statement

The privacy statement is the most important indicator of the work of the "Turkic Studies Journal" (TSJ). The principle of confidentiality is relevant in the field of activity of the publisher, editorial staff and reviewers.

  1. The names and email addresses entered in the TSJ site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or provided to other individuals or organizations.

  2. The editor-in-chief and editors should not disclose information about the submitted manuscript (their receipt, content, status in the peer review process, criticism of the reviewers and the final decision) to anyone other than the author himself, reviewers, potential reviewers, other editorial consultants and, if necessary, the publisher.

  3. The editors of the journal (TSJ) must notify their reviewers that the manuscripts sent for review are confidential information and intellectual property of the authors. Reviewers are prohibited from copying manuscripts and transferring them to third parties, except as permitted by the editor-in-chief.

  4. The editors of the journal adhere to the principle of anonymity and confidentiality of the peer review and does not pass reviewer's data to the author, nor the author's data to the reviewer.