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Policies & guidelines

Accessibility

We are committed to making sure that Taylor & Francis websites are accessible to everyone.

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Article types

Find out the list of article types we use to describe the content published in our journals.

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Authorship

Our definition of authorship including co-authors, corresponding authors, and affiliations.

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Citations

Research and non-research articles must cite relevant, timely, and verified literature (peer-reviewed, where appropriate) to support any claims made in the article.

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Competing interests

A competing interest, also known as a ‘conflict of interest’, can occur when you (or your employer or sponsor) have a financial, commercial, legal, or professional relationship with other organizations, or with the people working with them, that could influence your research.

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Copyright

Copyright is a type of intellectual property which protects certain sorts of original creative work, including academic articles. Copyright allows the creator of a work to decide whether, and under what conditions, their work may be used by others.

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