Conflict of Interest Statement

At the Journal of Contemporary Poetics, we value integrity, transparency, and the highest ethical standards in the publication of research articles. To maintain the credibility and objectivity of our content, we require all authors, reviewers, and editors involved in the publication process to disclose any potential conflicts of interest that could influence their work.

Definition of Conflict of Interest:

A conflict of interest is defined as any situation in which an individual's financial, professional, or personal interests may compromise or appear to compromise their impartiality, objectivity, or decision-making capabilities in the context of research and scholarly publication.

Author's Responsibilities:

Authors submitting manuscripts to the Journal of Contemporary Poetics, are required to disclose any relevant conflicts of interest that could potentially affect the credibility or perception of their work. These may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Financial interests: Any financial relationships, sponsorships, or financial support that might influence the research findings or the author's judgment.
  2. Professional affiliations: Any institutional or corporate affiliations that could be perceived as affecting the author's objectivity in the research or publication process.
  3. Personal relationships: Any personal relationships or connections with individuals, organizations, or entities that could lead to a conflict of interest.
  4. Intellectual bias: Any personal beliefs or ideologies that could influence the interpretation of the data or the conclusions drawn from the research.

Reviewers' and Editors' Responsibilities:

Reviewers and editors involved in the peer review and editorial process of the Journal of Contemporary Poetics are expected to declare any potential conflicts of interest that may affect their impartiality. They must recuse themselves from the review or decision-making process in cases where a conflict of interest exists.

Handling of Conflicts of Interest:

Upon receipt of a submitted manuscript, the editorial team at the Journal of Contemporary Poetics will review the conflict-of-interest disclosures provided by authors, reviewers, and editors. If any significant conflicts are identified, appropriate actions will be taken to ensure the integrity and objectivity of the publication process. This may include seeking external reviews or recusing reviewers and editors from the evaluation process.


All conflict-of-interest disclosures will be treated with strict confidentiality. The information will only be used for the purpose of evaluating potential conflicts and ensuring the credibility of the published work.

By adhering to this Conflict-of-Interest Statement, the Journal of Contemporary Poetics strives to maintain the highest standards of ethical publishing, foster trust among readers, authors, reviewers, and editors, and uphold the credibility of research in the fields of literature and linguistics.

Journal of Contemporary Poetics

Editorial Team