Word limit: The word limit for Review Articles is 4,000-6,000 words (not including figures, tables or references). Every article must contain: Title: All article types should have a concise, informative title that contains no brand names. Authors’ names and affiliation: Including address, academic qualifications and job titles of all authors, as well as telephone number… Read more »
Submitting to a journal using an online submission system can seem like a daunting task. However, a little preparation goes a long way and our top 5 tips for using online submissions systems will help to ensure that your paper makes its way through peer review as swiftly as possible. 1) Have you checked the… Read more »
Tables should present new information rather than duplicating what is in the text. Readers should be able to interpret the table without reference to the text, but ensure you refer to each table in the text. If tables are reproduced from another source, see our guidance on using third-party material. Please read the following guidance… Read more »
The essentials to remember when you’re writing a paper for one of our journals.
These general article layout guidelines will help you to format your manuscript so that it is ready for you to submit it to a Taylor & Francis journal. Please also follow any specific Instructions for Authors provided by the Editor of the journal, which are available on the journal pages at www.tandfonline.com. Please also see… Read more »