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Q1. Relevance & Interest:
Is the paper of relevance and likely to be of interest? To answer yes to this question the paper should be dealing with an appropriate topic or theme. It should be likely to instigate debate among an interdisciplinary audience. It should also be addressing issues that are timely. Add more details in the summary if needed.
YES, I expect the presentation to meet these standard academic requirements in most or all of the instances identified.
PARTLY, I feel the abstract is sufficiently timely, is adequately aligned with the conference theme, and demonstrates sufficient connection to a range of issues aligned with the conference call.
NO, I do not think the presentation is relevant to the CFP, lacks timeliness, or is too specific to instigate significant debate across disciplinary boundaries.
Q2. Originality & Quality:
Does the paper represent high quality original research? To answer yes, the paper should demonstrate sufficient range and depth in its analysis. It should document original research or work. It should demonstrate a high level of academic critique. Add more details in the summary if needed.
YES, I think the abstract demonstrates all the expected tropes of high quality scholarship in research questions, methods, theory and practice.
PARTLY, I believe the presentation will be of adequate originality and quality to offer new insights and information to delegates, but has scope for improvement.
NO, I feel the abstract fails to illustrate how the work presented represents new insights or that it is sufficiently rigorous in its formulation and conclusions.
Q3. Expression and Wordcount:
Is the paper clearly and sufficiently expressed? To answer yes, the paper should be of sufficient length to communicate its key themes. It should be clearly articulated for an interdisciplinary audience. It should demonstrate a level of written English sufficient to clearly express its primary ideas. Add more details in the summary if needed.
YES, The abstract is well written and clearly communicates the principal ideas necessary for the audience to fully understand the proposed presentation.
PARTLY, The abstract is well written and clearly communicates the principal ideas necessary for the audience to fully understand the proposed presentation.
NO, I found the text difficult to comprehend either because the language used was jargon filled, too short or had significant grammatical errors.
Summary: 50-75 words (approx.)
Accept with amendments
Reject with option to resubmit