Publication Ethics

Cultural Intertexts abides by the Code of Conduct for Journal Editors issued by COPE.


Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

  1. Authorship and contributorship

On submission of the manuscript, authors are asked to include a statement on their collaboration with others and the associated contributions to the respective study.

  1. Complaints and appeals

Any complaints or appeals should be addressed to the journal’s editors. They will be resolved on receiving adequate proof of misconduct.
Anonymous correspondence shall not be taken into consideration.

  1. Conflict of interest / Competing interests

              Any conflict of interest or competing interests are required to be revealed in a declaration sent to the journal’s editors.

  1. Data sharing and reproducibility

The journal complies with the data privacy legislation in force, particularly with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

  1. Ethical oversight

Diversity and inclusion are fostered.

Editorial decisions are independent of political/religious/commercial bias.

  1. Intellectual property

              Authors hold the copyright of their research, acknowledged following the editorial comments/recommendations made and assumed.

  1. Post-publication discussions and corrections

Third parties are encouraged to read our publication and use our content in future research, observing the appropriate referencing norms.

Allegations of either publication or research misconduct will be immediately addressed, corrected, and may result in retraction of studies published.

In case errors are signalled by authors or third parties, an erratum will be added at the end of the volume.