Confucianism Peer-review Journals

  Confucianism focused on education as a means to attain value and status, and was adopted in the second century BC as an official philosophical school under the Han Emperor Wu Ti. Confucian teachings inspired the Chinese system of non-hereditary mandarins-high-ranking officials appointed through a rigid system of imperial examination. By the first century AD, Confucius had become an object of veneration across China. Confucianism spread to Vietnam with Chinese occupation.Peer review refers to the work done during the screening of submitted manuscripts and funding applications. This process encourages writers to follow accepted standards of their field and minimizes the distribution of questionable observations, unwarranted statements, incorrect perceptions and personal views.   

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