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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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Author name changes on published articles

Taylor & Francis will update journal articles where an author makes a request for their own name change, full or partial, without the requirement for an accompanying correction notice. Any pronouns in accompanying author bios and declaration statements will also be updated as part of the name change, if required.

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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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