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Note: For expedited manuscript processing time, the use of academic email address is advised (email address given by home University or organization). 
The email address you use shows more about you than you think. There is a psychology to everything, and using the 'wrong' email address could cost you an acceptance opportunity or more. The email address guarantees somebody's relationship with an institution, and can be used to prove an identity on behalf of an organisation.
But more often than not, when you submit a manuscript, your name won’t stick out but your email address will. Email addresses can be used like social statuses. To have a *.gov.* email address signifies political importance, whereas certain *.edu or *.ac.* addresses can automatically show academic credit. The domain you use shows who you are and what you do. It’s a university email address. That automatically shows a level of education that so many still don’t achieve. Any email address associated with a university or academic institution by *.ac.* or *.edu makes you look good from the word go. It can tell a lot about you without having to say a word.
Personal email accounts (like yahoo, gmail or so) just look trashy. Seeing as your email address can identify who you are and who you work for, or rather which organisation or institution you are associated with, those with their own-domain could be at an advantage if you are trying to make an impression.

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eISSN: 2251-7308 
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Freq.: Quarterly

 

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