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Society Journal Publishing at Taylor & Francis: Achieve maximum discoverability and aspirations for your journal

Who are we?

Global office network - With a network of 20 global offices - including Philadelphia, Oxford, Melbourne, Beijing, New Delhi, Stockholm, Johannesburg and Singapore - we can provide local support around the globe. Whether you are regionally based, wanting to access an international market, or already international, but wanting a more strategic approach in key regions, we will work together to meet your needs.

Great societies, vibrant partnerships - We publish with leading societies across the spectrum of scholarly research - including the American Fisheries Society, Association of American Geographers, British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy, Ergonomics Society, National Communication Association, International Society for Learning Sciences, Society for Educational Studies, Geological Society of Australia, International Liquid Crystal Society, Royal Musical Association, American Educational Studies Association, British Phycological Society, IISS, Folklore Society, American Planning Association, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Society of Vertebrate Paleonotology, Regional Studies Association and the Materials Science Society.

We also enjoy co-publishing agreements with two South African societies - NISC and UNISA - offering a world of opportunity to these and future co-publishing partnerships.

58 learned society and research institution journals chose to publish with Taylor & Francis in 2012. This works out at over 1 a week for the last 3 years running.

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Who do we publish?

Some of the Societies and Associations who have chosen to publish in partnership with Taylor & Francis over the last few years:

  • American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists
  • American Fisheries Society
  • American Planning Association
  • American Statistical Association
  • Asian Professional Counselling Association
  • Association for Coaching
  • Association of American Geographers
  • Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)
  • Association of Law Teachers
  • Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law (ANZAPPL)
  • Australian Public Intellectual (API) Network
  • Botanical Society of Scotland
  • British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
  • British Institute in Eastern Africa
  • British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics
  • British Trust for Ornithology
  • Canadian Association of Leisure Studies
  • Canadian Phytopathological Society
  • Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies, American University
  • Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
  • Centre for African Studies, University of Cape Town
  • Centre for Arab Unity Studies
  • Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, King's College London
  • Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC)
  • Centre for Strategic and International Studies
  • Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK)
  • Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA)
  • Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
  • Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping
  • Chinese Mycological Society
  • College Reading Association
  • Communication Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Cruse
  • DePaul Center for Black Diaspora, DePaul University
  • Footwear Biomechanics Group
  • Geographical Society of Ireland
  • Geological Society of Sweden
  • Herpetological Association of Africa
  • Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies Ltd
  • Indiana Association of Teachers Educators, Ball State University
  • Institute for Global Engagement
  • Institute of Engineers, Singapore
  • Institute of Industrial Engineers
  • International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research
  • International Association for Jungian Studies
  • International Association of Hydrological Sciences
  • International Australian Studies Association (InASA)
  • International Building Performance Simulation Association
  • International Input-Output Association (IIOA)
  • International Institute for Strategic Studies
  • International Society for Digital Earth
  • International Society for the Psychological Treatments and Psychoses (ISPS)
  • International Water Resources Association
  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  • Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education
  • Korea Institute for Defense Analyses (KIDA)
  • Learning Difficulties Australia
  • Musicological Society of Australia
  • National Association for Pastoral Care in Education
  • National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD)
  • National Communication Association
  • New Zealand Association of Economists
  • Organic Preparations and Procedures Inc
  • Planning Institute Australia
  • RESNA: The Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America
  • Royal Musical Association
  • Society for Research into Higher Education
  • Society for Educational Studies
  • Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness
  • Society for Terrorism Research
  • Society for the Arts in Healthcare
  • Society of South African Geographers
  • Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
  • South African Institute of International Affairs
  • South African Sociological Association (SASA)
  • The Greig Academy Music Therapy Centre
  • The Royal Society of New Zealand
  • Transatlantic Studies Association
  • University of Birmingham Institute of Local Government Studies
  • Zoological Society of Korea

A responsible, ethical Publisher - Taylor & Francis believes in fair dealing with the community. We work closely with librarians to ensure that our pricing is reasonable and that our Sales models best match faculty needs. Our copyright policies are author-friendly whilst protecting the rights of our partners. We operate our business on environmentally-sound principles, ensuring that our own and our suppliers' environmental impacts are minimised.

All UK production sites have been awarded FSC Chain of Custody. We were awarded International Publisher of the Year by the International Printers' Network (IPN) in 2011 in recognition of our pioneering use of digital printing technology to reduce our carbon footprint and improve delivery times to subscribers.

We are committed to supporting research in Low Income Countries. Collaborations with EIFL and INASP make Taylor & Francis journals available in 960 institutions across the Developing World - either free or at minimal cost. And we are proud to participate in the UN's Research4Life programmes - providing free or low cost access for researchers in the Health, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at nearly 3,000 under-resourced libraries.

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What should I do next?

We are always happy to discuss new publishing partnerships. To learn more about transforming your journal with Taylor & Francis, contact:

David Green, Global Journals Publishing Director

david.green@tandf.co.uk

www.tandfonline.com/

'Having such a large and experienced specialist publisher of journals as Taylor & Francis has undoubtedly been of value to our journals both in terms of the actual publication process and in the marketing. We were early volunteers to go fully electronic and the transition plus back-up have been very satisfactory. Our only problem has been internal with too great a surge in the number of papers being submitted to us! Marketing has been very proactive and supportive over these years.'

George Mieras
Secretary for British Poultry Science

'HINARI and similar schemes give us conduits through which the journal penetrates far more deeply than otherwise would be the case in the near future. The availability of our journal in developing countries contributes to better animal and social welfare, and, we hope, will lead to higher standards of veterinary research, manifest by greater success when submitting manuscripts to journals such as Avian Pathology.'

Dave Cavanagh
Editor of Avian Pathology

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