Publication Ethics Statement Mary Delaney
PUBLICATION ETHICS STATEMENT
The Journal of Icon Studies expects that its editors, authors and reviewers shall commit to and respect the following principles.
The work submitted for publication in JoIS is original;
The work has not been previously published (unless it is a translation published in accordance with the journal’s mission to serve as a bridge between different national and academic milieus and is referenced as such);
The authors will refrain from submitting the work for publication elsewhere while it is reviewed by JoIS and following a positive outcome of the review process;
All sources in the manuscript are properly cited and referenced in accordance with JoIS style;
The editor of JoIS will evaluate submitted manuscripts solely on their intellectual merits and the extent to which they foster JoIS’s mission;
The editor of JoIS will maintain strict confidentiality in all matters pertaining to the publication of the manuscript;
Each reviewer will evaluate submitted manuscript solely on the basis of criteria outlined in the journal’s peer review form;
Each reviewer will notify the editor of any potential conflicts of interest;
Each reviewer will maintain strict confidentiality in matters pertaining to the review process;
Each reviewer will notify the editors of any potential reason to reject the manuscript.