- The Journal of Atatürk Research Center is a peer-reviewed journal.
- The journal includes scientific studies of an academic character.
- The articles sent for the journal are first evaluated by the editor of the journal.
- The Editorial Board determines whether to send an article to a referee and which referee to send an article to if it is decided to be sent.
- A double-blind peer-review system is used during the article evaluation process for the journal.
- The journal follows the Open Access policy. It abides by the guidelines outlined in the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing.
- Articles in this journal are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0).
- The similarity rate is determined by putting the articles sent for the journal through the plagiarism program (https://intihal.net/). As for the articles with a similarity rate higher than 20%;
- They can be sent by the editor to the author for editing.
- They can be rejected by the editor.
- They can be sent to the Editorial Board for evaluation.
- An issue cannot include more than one article by the same author, nor can two consecutive articles by the same author (if not an article series) be published.
- The journal is published in accordance with the guidelines and policies published through open access by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and Scientific Research and Publication Ethics Directive for Higher Education Institutions published by YÖK (the Council of Higher Education).
- The Journal of Atatürk Research Center develops policies to be included in international indexes.
*All the issues of the journal have been in open access since 2016.