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General editor:Bruno Vecchio - Università degli studi di Firenze (direttore responsabile); Leonardo Rombai - Università degli studi di Firenze (condirettore); Editorial board: Silvia Aru - Universiteit van Amsterdam; Sara Bonati - Università degli studi di Firenze; Filippo Celata - Università di Roma La Sapienza (redattore capo); Francesco Dini - Università degli studi di Firenze; Anna Guarducci - Università di Siena; Matteo Puttilli - Università degli studi di Firenze (responsabile per le recensioni); Chiara Rabbiosi - Università degli studi di Padova - Patrizia Romei - Università degli studi di Firenze Scientific advisers: John A. Agnew - UCLA College, Los Angeles; Horacio Capel Saez - Universitat de Barcelona;; Alberto Carton - Università degli studi di Padova; Berardo Cori - Università degli studi di Pisa; Gisella Cortesi - Università degli studi di Pisa; Giuseppe Dematteis - Politecnico di Torino; Pierpaolo Faggi - Università degli studi di Padova; Franco Farinelli - Università degli studi di Bologna; Paolo Roberto - Federici Università degli studi di Pisa; Maria Dolors Garcia Ramon - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona ; Vincenzo Guarrasi -- Università degli studi di Palermo ; Russell King - University of Sussex, Brighton; Piergiorgio Landini - Università degli studi "G. D’Annunzio", Chieti-Pescara ; Elio Manzi - Università degli studi di Napoli "L’Orientale"; Claudio Minca - Macquarie University Sydney; Julian Minghi - University of South Carolina, Columbia; Rolf Monheim - Universität Bayreuth; Denise Pumain - Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne; Claude Raffestin - Université de Genève; Andrés Rodrigues Pose - London School of Economics; Vittorio Ruggiero - Università degli studi di Catania; Paola Sereno - Università degli studi di Torino; Claudio Smiraglia - Università degli studi di Milano; Ola Söderström - Université de Neuchâtel; David E. Sugden - University of Edinburgh; Maria Tinacci Mossello - Università degli studi di Firenze
Editorial office: Rivista Geografica Italiana, Società di Studi Geografici, Dipartimento SAGAS, Via S. Gallo 10, 50129 Firenze, Italy Tel. +39 (0)55 2757956 www.rivistageograficaitaliana.it; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Please send proposals for book reviews and books to be reviewed to: Matteo Puttilli, Società di Studi Geografici, Dipartimento SAGAS, Via San Gallo 10, 50129 Firenze Italy e-mail: email@example.com
Since 2007, articles submitted to the Rivista geografica for publication are subjected to a double-blind peer-review process. All submissions are initially given a preliminary reading by the journal’s Board. If the submission passes this preliminary reading, it is anonymized before being sent to two external reviewers. The text is anonymized not only by removing the author’s name and affiliation, but also by removing other elements that might make it possible to identify the author(s), for example by removing as far as possible citations in the text and in the final bibliography of works by the author(s). The external reviewers may be members of the Scientific Committee, of the Board of Referees, or selected by the Editorial Board on an ad-hoc basis. All reviewers are individuals with an established scientific reputation and experience in international publications. The complete list of reviewers is kept by the Editorial Board and published every two years in the Rivista’s website. The anonymous article is sent to each reviewer together with a questionnaire in which the reviewer is asked to give:
-an analytical judgement on various aspects of the article;
- an overall comment about the article as a whole;
- a confidential comment on the article, to be seen only by the Editorial Board;
- a judgement on the publication-worthiness of the article in terms of the following five possibilities:
a) acceptable for publication as it
b) acceptable but only after minor revisions have been made;
c) acceptable but with major revisions and with the suggestion that it be resubmitted to the review and reviewed a second time;
d) not acceptable but the authors are advised to submit the article to other journals;
e) not acceptable.
At this point the comment is sent to the author. In the case of b), once the author has implemented the changes requested by one or both reviewers, the paper is sent to the Board who make a judgement as to whether the changes are satisfying. In the case of a negative judgement the Board will ask for further changes to be made. In the case of c), once the author has implemented the changes requested by one or both reviewers, the paper is sent back to the Board who send it on to the reviewer or reviewers who made the judgement, to allow them to judge whether the changes are satisfying. In the case of a negative judgement the reviewer will request further changes until these are considered satisfying. If one of the reviewers judges the work to be a), b) or c) and the other judges it to be d) or e), the paper may be either rejected or sent to a third reviewer (who will not be told of the previous judgements). If their judgement is d) or e) the paper will be rejected. If it is a), b) or c) the paper will be accepted and will follow one of the paths outlined above.
Classified in Class A by Anvur (National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes) in: 11/B1 (geography) To check Google Scholar’s ranking, click here
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