Publishing Ethics

By submitting a manuscript to Anglica Wratislaviensia, the author/s attest and affirm that

(1)    the submitted manuscript has been prepared in accordance with the principles of academic integrity,

(2)   the author/s own the rights to this manuscript,

(3)   the manuscript is free of legal defects,

(4)   the manuscript was not previously published, in whole or in part, has not been submitted to another journal, and is not being considered for publication in any other form.

The submission of the manuscript is also tantamount to granting free consent for its publication in Anglica Wratislaviensia and its unlimited distribution, with regard to time and territory, including, but not limited to, restricted distribution of printed copies of the journal and open-access distribution of its current and archival volumes via the Internet.

The author/s are requested to provide information concerning the financing sources of the manuscript’s publication (e.g. the number of the grant and the name of the institution providing the grant) and indicate the contribution of scholarly research institutions to its preparation (by unambiguously specifying the author’s/authors’ professional affiliation).

In order to avoid ghostwriting and guest authorship, the authors of multi-author texts are requested to specify the contribution of individual authors in the publication (by providing pertinent names, surnames and affiliations, and by indicating the authorship of the ideas, hypotheses, and methods used in the preparation of the manuscript). The responsibility for providing information about the individuals who contributed to the preparation of the manuscript is borne by the author submitting the manuscript, and in the case of a collective submission — the author mentioned in the first place.

The editorial board of Anglica Wratislaviensia is required to document all forms of scientific misconduct, especially violations and infringements of the rules of ethics applicable to science.

Detailed guidelines concerning formatting and documentation of manuscripts are available here.

The process of submissions and reviewing complies with the COPE’s rules concerning relations with authors, reviewers and editorial board members. For further information on publishing procedures see Peer Review Process.