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Policies & guidelines

Data fabrication

It is essential that all data is accurate, and representative of your research. Cases of data fabrication/falsification will be evaluated by the editor of the journal and Taylor & Francis.

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Data privacy

We take the privacy and protection of data and information seriously, and are committed to handling the personal information of all those we engage with, whether customers, suppliers, colleagues or any other community, responsibly and in a way that meets the legal requirements of the countries in which we operate.

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Defamation

Defamation law aims to strike a balance between the right to freedom of expression and the protection of reputation. It is important that editors should be aware of libel risks when reviewing content for publication.

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Developing countries

Taylor & Francis is committed to the widest possible distribution of its journals to the research community in developing countries.

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Editing services

To further develop the support we already offer authors at all stages of their careers, Taylor & Francis has collaborated with Editage, a global scholarly communications company, to provide a new and improved selection of editing services.

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Editorial independence

We aim to produce information, news, insight, data analysis and content based services of the highest quality, accuracy and integrity that our customers can trust and value.

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