Manuscript Submission Guidelines

  1. Recommended manuscript size:

– from 8 to 16 pages of A4 format. If your manuscript is longer, it is considered to break it into several articles.

  1. The manuscript should be prepared in the following format:
  • Microsoft Office Word format
  • Font: Times New Roman
  • Size: 14
  • Line Spacing: 1,5
  • Margins: top-2cm, bottom-2cm, left-2cm, and right- 2cm
  • Paragraph Indents: 1 см
  • Width alignment
  1. Manuscript structure:

– surname and initials of the author (boldface, right alignment);

– information about the author (academic title without abbreviations, degree without abbreviations, place of work /study (in full) in the nominative case, right alignment);

– article title (capital letters, bold type, centre alignment);

– abstract from 150 till 250 words (description of the goals and objectives of the study, as well as the possibility of its practical application, after the list of references), width alignment;

– keywords (6-9 words), width alignment;

– main text, width alignment ;

– literature (material must be supplied with at least one source). The list of references should be strictly justified in accordance with GOST R 7.0.5-2008, width alignment;

– if literary sources in Russian, make an additional list of references in transliteration (for example: http://translit.net/), width alignment;

– surname and initials of the author in English (bold type, right aligned);

– information about the author in English (academic title without abbreviations, degree without abbreviations, place of work /study (in full) in the nominative case, right alignment);

– the title of the article in English (capital letters, bold type, width alignment);

– abstract in English from 150 till 250 words  (description of the goals and objectives of the study, as well as the possibility of its practical application, width alignment);

– keywords in English (6-9 words), width alignment;

– Citations are to be embedded in square brackets after the quote with the use of the reference number, volume and page, e.g. [1. Vol.2. P. 25];

– The Reference List is at the end of the paper. It is to be arranged and numbered in the order of citation in the text, not in the alphabetical order. One number should refer to only one source of citation;

– Notes are given in the form of page-by-page footnotes.

  1. Graphic materials used in the article are published in black and white only. Full colour graphics are available only in e-version.
  2. If the material contains formulas, they must be prepared using Microsoft Word 2003, 2007 to insert a formula or program MathType.
  3. Articles are published in the author’s edition; the editorial board reserves the right to correct gross errors and inaccuracies. Before sending the text of the article to the publisher, the author undertakes that the text of the article is the final version, contains reliable information concerning the results of the study and does not require modifications.