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Policies & guidelines


Any allegations of plagiarism or self-plagiarism made to a journal will be investigated by the editor of the journal and Taylor & Francis. If the allegations appear to be founded, all named authors of the paper will be contacted and an explanation of the overlapping material will be requested.

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Research data

Our policies on data sharing include the basic data sharing policy, which applies across many of our journals, encourages authors to deposit data in a suitable repository, cite it, and include a data availability statement explaining where others can access the data.

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Rights and permissions

We are partnered with the Copyright Clearance Center to meet your licensing needs. You can now obtain permission to reuse our journal content quickly and easily directly from our website, Taylor & Francis Online.

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Sharing published work

If you are publishing in a Taylor & Francis or Routledge journal, there are many ways you can share different versions of your article with colleagues and peers.

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Submitting a manuscript

Stay up-to-date on our latest guidance for researchers on submitting a manuscript using an online system.

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Third party material and permissions

Researchers sign a warranty in their Journal Author Publishing Agreement, which states they must obtain the necessary written permission to include others’ material in their published article (where that material is owned and held in copyright by a third party).

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