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What must I declare as Author under “Author Warranties”?

It is essential you make legally binding guarantees on the originality and provenance of your article, and all its elements (so images, figures, or tables, for instance).

You will need to obtain written permission from any third party rights owners for the reuse of any third-party material in your article, acknowledge the source in your figure captions, and cite the source in your references section. This is especially important when using poetry, lyrics, or photographs (including photographs of artworks). We suggest you consult The Design and Artists Copyright Society for information on the use of artworks.

Please exercise extreme caution with respect to images you find on the Internet, which may have been posted without the permission of the copyright holder. This includes images taken from Wikipedia, Google, and Facebook. Please note that a reference to a website hosting an image is not considered formal permission.

Apart from the authorized reproduction of appropriate third-party material, you are giving us a legally binding guarantee that your article is your original work, and that nothing in the article infringes the legal rights of any other person or entity, and that neither the article nor any part of it could be construed as copying any other person’s published work.

Taylor & Francis is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), and we recommend you read our ethics section.