Writing your paper
1. The article should be at least 10 pages from one author, 12 pages from two authors, 14 pages from three authors (not including References).
The article should include the following information:
· the UDC code;
· full name of the author (in both Russian and English);
· academic degree, academic status (in both Russian and English);
· current professional status (if available). It is important to indicate the place of work and position clearly without any interpretations or abbreviations (in both Russian and English);
· contact details (postal address to receive a copy of the journal, e-mail, phone number);
· the title of the article (in both Russian and English);
· abstract (100–150 words). It should briefly summarize the aim, findings or purpose of the article. (in both Russian and English)
· keywords (8–10 words or phrases). Each keyword or phrase is separated by a comma (in both Russian and English);
· references. Articles without references are not accepted.
You can find guidelines for the structuring and formatting of your article here
2. The text of the article should be typed in Word, font Times New Roman, font size 14; line spacing 1,5; indent 1,25 cm; margins above, below, left, right – 2 cm; page numbering is continuous, starting from the first. The font size for footnotes is 12.
3. Tables should be given in Microsoft Word format. Tables in the text must be numbered and have headings placed above the table field. The title should be placed above the table without a dot at the end. The table should be placed after the text in which it is first mentioned or on the following page. A reference to the table in the text is mandatory – it must be placed before the table itself is presented. The reference should be organically included in the text and not be a separate phrase, repeating the thematic title of the table. The title (table 1) is placed on the left side with no indent. Headings and subheadings of the columns must be labelled. The font size for the text in the tables is 12, with line spacing - 1, no indent.
4. The list of references should be provided by the authors. The references to the documents cited, reviewed or referred to in the text of the article are linked to the specific section of the text in the article list. When referring to a work, the description of which is included in the references list, in the text of the article after the mention of it (after the quotation from it) one should put the name of the researcher, the year of publication of the material and pages in parentheses, and, if necessary, the volume (issue, part, etc.), for example: (Gavrov, 2002: 105). Several consecutive references are punctuated by “;”, for example: (Gavrov, 2002: 105; Tilley, 2009: 78). The references are placed after the text of the article, preceded by the title "References", arranged in alphabetical order and not numbered. References to archival materials, legal acts, data and articles obtained from the Internet, abstracts and dissertations, textbooks and manuals should be in the form of footnotes and should not be included in the list of references. When referring to data obtained from the Internet, the electronic address of the primary source of information and the date of access in parentheses, e.g. URL: http://www.teoria-practica.ru/ (access date: 05.10.2022). If multiple footnotes are written in succession to the same document, the word "Ibid" is given in the repeated reference. In repeated references to only one work of the author(s) in question, the main title and the following repetitive elements shall be omitted or replaced by "Op. cit”. A page of the citation is indicated, e.g: “Ibid. С. 250.” or “Ivanov G.P. op. cit. p. 13”.
5. Information about cited sources is given in accordance with GOST 7.0.5–2008 “System of Standards on Information, Librarianship and Publishing. Bibliographic References. General requirements”. Since 01.11.2021 the list of references is to be attached to the text of the article in the Latin alphabet, compiled according to Harvard
style, adopted in foreign editions. The list of sources is formed in accordance with the English alphabet.
6. Each case of re-use of text (self-plagiarism) in a research article is reviewed individually by the editorial board to determine whether the textual repetition is appropriate. A great deal of attention is given to which part of the paper contains self-plagiarism. As a rule, a certain degree of self-plagiarism is allowed in the introduction of the paper containing the description of the problem, in the description of the methods used; a small amount of self-plagiarism may be found in the presentation and discussion of the research results, if a link with the previous stage of the author's research is assumed. In such cases, self-citation should be transparent and the original source should be cited. Self-plagiarism is strictly unacceptable in the conclusions of an article. The use of previously published illustrations and tables is rarely permitted, unless the author has justified the self-plagiarism in relation to these elements of the publication.
Cases of self-reference, which are references to the author’s previous works without citation, are allowed. The Editorial Board considers self-referencing as an important academic technique that allows the author to make reference to previously considered issues that are relevant to the new publication, without citing published works verbatim.
The text of articles may not contain extensive verbatim borrowings from already published dissertation research.
The work of the editorial board with the reuse of text is carried out in accordance with the provisions of “Text Recycling Guidelines. BioMed Central. The Open Access Publisher
”; translation into Russian is presented in “Scientific Editor and Publisher. 2017. № 2 (2-4). С. 113–115”).
7. It is recommended to provide citations (1 or more references) of foreign authors – experts on the topic of research. The cited text is given in the language of the scientific work (in Russian), the reference description of the source is given in the language of the original. It is advisable to use articles from foreign journals.
8. It is recommended to refer to publications released within the last 5 years.
9. Citing non-scientific and popular-science sources (encyclopaedias, dictionaries, textbooks) as well as news feeds and blogs is not recommended, unless it is justified by the context of the research. If necessary, references can be kept in the text itself.
10. Authors should provide information about the financial support for the research.
Examples of references
Barber J., Harrison M. The Soviet Home Front, 1941-1945: A Social and Economic History of the USSR in World War II. L., 1991. 272 p. ; Barth F. Ethnic Groups and Boundaries // Theories of Ethnicity: A Classical Reader / ed. by W. Sollors. N. Y., 1996. P. 294-323 ; Son Zh. G. Problems of Transformation of the Korean language in the Russian Korean Society // The Contemporary Relevance of Document Culture: Knowledge, Media, Power / comp. H.H. Lee. Seul, 2015. P. 185-221.
Cassoux J. Encyclopaedia of Symbolism. Painting, drawing and sculpture. Literature. Music / translated from French by N.V. Kislova, N.T. Paskharian. М., 1998. 428 с. Payman A. History of Russian Symbolism / translated from English by V.V. Isakovich. М., 2000. 413 с.
Kagarlitsky B. The Crimean War and the World System // Kagarlitsky B. Empire of the Periphery: Russia and the World System / trans. by R. Clarke. L. Ann Arbor, MI. 2008. P. 192–199. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctt18fs32g.13.
See: Neklyudova M.G. Traditions and innovations in Russian art in the end of XIX - beginning of XX centuries. М., 1991. 395 с. Sternin G.U. Art life of Russia 1900-1910-ies. M., 1988. 285 с. Imedi. Art life of Russia in the beginning of XX-th century. М., 1976. 221 с.
GARF. Ф. 130. Opt. 6. Д. 305. Л. 32-35.
See: Vlasov V.G. Styles in Art : Dictionary : in 3 vols. SPb., 1995 ; Kulturology. XX century : dictionary / head editor, co-compiler. S.Ya. Saint-Petersburg. 1997. 640 с. Rudnev V.P. Dictionary of Culture of the XX Century. М., 1997. 384 с. ; The Cambridge History of Russian Literature. Cambridge (Mass.), 1992. 709 p. et al.
Cited from: Milyukov P.N. The Living Pushkin: Historical and Biographical Essay. М., 1997. 413 с.
Bagautdinov A.M. Ambivalence of Spirituality in the Information Society: Ph. ... doctoral candidate in philosophical sciences. Ufa, 2016. 321 с.
Soldatova G.U., Shaigerova L.A. Psychology of intercultural communication and ethno-cultural heterogeneity of society: prospects for development from the perspective of domestic humanitarian science // Theoretical problems of ethnic and cross-cultural psychology : proceedings of V International Scientific Conference : in 2 vol. Т. 1 / ed. by V. V. Gritsenko. Gritsenko. Smolensk, 2016. С. 42-45.
On the approval of the Strategy for sustainable development of rural areas of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2030 [Electronic resource] : order of the Government of the Russian Federation of February 2. 2015 No. 151-r // Government of Russia. URL: http://government.ru/docs/16757/ (date of reference: 26.03.2019).
On approval of the action plan ("road map") on the prevention of suicides and other forms of auto-aggressive behaviour [Electronic resource] : Decree of the Government of the Republic of Bashkortostan of March 13, 2018. № 184-р. Access from the reference-legal system "ConsultantPlus".
Zhuravlev A.L., Kupreichenko A.B.: 1) Socio-psychological space of a self-determined subject: understanding, characteristics, types // Bulletin of Practical Psychology of Education. 2007. № 2 (11). С. 7-13 ; 2) The structure and personal determinants of economic self-determination of the subject//Psychological journal. 2008. Т. 29, № 2. С. 5-15.
Sidorov K.R. Anxiety as a psychological phenomenon // Bulletin of Udmurt University. Series: Philosophy. Sociology. Psychology. Pedagogy. 2013. № 2. С. 42-52.
Ryazantsev S.V. Integration of migrants in the context of Russia's external migration policy // Sociological Studies. 2018. № 1 (405). С. 105–111. https://doi.org/10.7868/s0132162518010117.