International Journal of Intangible Heritage CODE OF ETHICS

Author's Declaration of Interest

The International Journal of Intangible Heritage is committed to combatting plagiarism, dual publication, conflicts of interest, and other forms of ethical misconduct. Therefore, your manuscript may be subjected to review and potential retraction if any suspicion of plagiarism or conflict of interest arises.

The Editorial Board requires a Declaration of Interests from all authors before an article can be accepted for publication. All submissions to the IJIH must comply with the Journal's uniform requirements for manuscripts (refer to the Guideline).

Definition of Authorship

Authorship for the Journal is established based on the following four criteria:

  1. 1. Significant contributions to the conception or design of the work, or the acquisition, analysis, or interpretation of data for the work.
  2. 2. Involvement in drafting the work or revising it critically for valuable intellectual content.
  3. 3. Final approval of the version to be published.
  4. 4. Accountability for all aspects of the work, ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are properly investigated and resolved.

Each author must meet all four criteria.

Copyright Statement

The following conditions must be met for an article to be considered for publication in the Journal:

  1. a) The submitted manuscript represents original research that has not been previously published, including translations into other languages.
  2. b) The submitted manuscript is not concurrently under consideration by any other publication. The authors agree that it will not be submitted to or published in any other publication prior to its appearance in the International Journal of Intangible Heritage.
  3. c) The author(s) have obtained, or will obtain, written permission from the copyright holder (usually the publisher) for any text, tables, or figures extracted from other sources for reproduction. This requirement applies even if the material is from the author's own previously published work.
  4. d) The author(s) have obtained, or will obtain, permission for images or material never before published or provided by another person. Please note that failure to obtain permissions can result in significant publication delays.
  5. e) The author(s) assume responsibility for obtaining all permissions, covering any associated fees, and for providing copies of the permissions to the Secretariat along with the finalized manuscript. A credit line should be included at the end of the figure caption, beneath the table, or in a text footnote.
  6. f) Upon publication of an article, all rights, including the rights to reproduce all or part of any publication, are reserved by the publisher. Reproduction of articles or illustrations without prior consent from the publisher is strictly prohibited.