The instructions for authors (IFAs) are an individual set of requirements for a journal that help guide potential authors to construct their article in the correct way, and prepare it for submission.
The IFAs tell you exactly what the journal’s editorial board will expect to see, and also include details of specific processes to follow to ensure there are no problems during production should your article be accepted.
Familiarizing yourself with the instructions for authors (IFAs) is an important part of writing your paper and preparing to submit.
The instructions for authors include all the essential information you’ll need to know before you submit your article, such as:
The instructions for authors are found on the journal’s home page on Taylor & Francis Online.
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It’s important that you also read the journal’s aims and scope, to make sure that the journal is the right fit for your article.
Read more information and guidance on preparing for, and making your submission.