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The Author's statements

1. By submitting an article to InterAlia the author declares that they follow the general rules of academic integrity and they have not submitted the same material elsewhere and that their submission has not already been published elsewhere. In particular, the author declares that the submitted article is their own work, i.e. it does not contain any plagiarized or ghost-written material.

2. By submitting an article to InterAlia the author declares that they understand and comply with the following rules concerning authorship:

a) A person is entitled to be listed as (co-)author if their contribution to the final publication is essential, i.e. the work could not exist without it. The contribution must be substantial and direct. Every listed author should approve the final version and takes full responsibility for the entire work after its publication, both in form and content.

b) When an article is co-authored, the editors require a statement specifying each person’s individual contribution.

c) Activities such as assistance in obtaining funding, general supervision (e.g. that of a PhD supervisor or a dean), writing assistance, language editing, proofreading or translation do not amount to authorship. Honorary authorship is not acceptable. Contributors who do not meet the standards of authorship should be listed in an acknowledgment note.

d) The order in which multiple authors are listed is determined by the authors themselves and communicated to the editors by the corresponding author. We strongly encourage authors to include a note specifying the order criteria (e.g. alphabetically or by contribution share).

3. By submitting their work, the author grants to InterAlia the right to publish that work online in one of the journal’s issues. The author also grants to InterAlia the non-exclusive right to re-publish that work in translation or abridged form or other derivative form in electronic or print publications. The author further consents to having their work used under a Creative Commons Attribu­tion 4.0 Interna­tional License.

4. By submitting an article to InterAlia the author agrees to comply with InterAlia‘s policy regarding sexually explicit content. Such content is accepted under the conditions that

a) it is strictly related to the author’s argument and used for analytic rather than illustrative purposes, and

b) its use – if potentially problematic from certain feminist, queer or trans* perspectives – is well justified by the author on academic and ethical grounds.