REQUIREMENTS FOR SCHOLARY PAPERS FORMATTING FOR PUBLICATION

The paper should be submitted to the Editorial Board of the journal in print and electronically in one file, which should contain:

Information on the author, the title of the article, abstract, key words and bibliography should be in Russian and English.

Article index according to the universal decimal classification (UDC) (on the left) should be put above the title of the article.

In one interval there should be put the information on the authors (full name, degree, academic title, job, position, contact information) in bold type (Times New Roman 14 pts) with width alignment.

The title of the article in bold capital letters (Times New Roman 14 pts) with center alignment should be put two intervals below.

Below in two intervals they put the abstract – a short characteristics of the thematic content of the article, in which the author describes the novelty of the said material. The recommended volume of the abstract is 150-250 signs irrespectively of the language. The abstract should be done in ordinary font (Times New Roman 11 pts) with width alignment.

In one interval below the abstract there should be put key words – words or word combinations, which contain the main semantic load in the text.

 

It is recommended to structure the main text of the article according to the following sections:

- introduction

Content: urgency, overview of the literary sources, goal, objectives and the working hypothesis of the research.

- research methods

Content: description of the applied methods of the research including the description of the initial data and the sources of their obtaining.

- research results

Content: theoretical and empirical results of the research.

Conclusions

Content: conclusions on the results of the research, their theoretical and practical importance, possibility of application in the course of further research.

The section can be subdivided into two parts: opinion, conclusions.

The titles of the sections should be vividly marked in the text of the article.

Main text formatting. Page fields: left – 3 cm; right – 1.5 cm; upper, bottom – 2 cm. The text should be in Times New Roman 14 pts, with ordinary line spacing, and indent – 1.25 cm, format -4, with width alignment. The pages should not be numbered.

Figures, schemes and diagrams should be clear with book page orientation. Captions under figures and schemes should be in ordinary font (Times New Roman 12 pts). Contractions and abbreviations are allowed but all of them should be obligatory deciphered and explained with their first mentioning in the text.

Tables should be numbered in course and have titles. Numerical heading (Table 4) should be in light italics in the upper right-hand corner. Thematic heading (the title of the whole table) should be in the center in bold Times New Roman 14 pts. When formatting tables the author should use book orientation of the text. Dimensions of physical values should be in SI system. Tables should not contain reference materials, which is to be substituted by the references to the corresponding literature. Footnotes referring to the table should be marked with asterisks (one, two, …) and placed under the table. General comments to the content of the table should be typed under the table after the word Note.

Mathematical and physical formulas should be in Equation Editor.

All data should have references to the source. References to the information used in the text are formalized according to GOST  7.0.5–2008 “Bibliographic reference ”. Authors of the papers bear the responsibility for the use of data not eligible for open publications according to the legislation of the Russian Federation.

References to the source are mentioned in square brackets under the number corresponding to the number in the list of references. References on the page are placed at the bottom of the page (Times New Roman 10 pts) and may contain the following elements: title; main heading of the document; general designation of the material; information on the heading; information on the responsibility; information on the edition; imprint; information on the volume of the document (if the reference is to the whole document); information on the location of the reference in the document (if the reference is to the part of the document); information on the series; name and serial number of the volume or issue (for references to the publications in multipart or serial documents); information on the document in which the reference subject was published; notes; international standard number. The recommended sign “dot and dash”, which separates the areas of bibliographic description in references, are substituted, as a rule, by dot.

Florensky P.A. At the watersheds of thought. ., 1990. V. 2. P. 27.

Kutepov V.I., Vinogradova A.G. Arts of Medieval Ages. Rostov n/D. 2006. P. 144-251.

History of Russian Book Chamber, 1917–1935. ., 2006.

Repeated reference to the same document (group of documents) or its part should be contracted provided that all necessary for the identification and search for this document bibliographic data is stated in the primary reference to it. The chosen form of contraction of bibliographic data should be used invariably in the whole document.

In the repeated reference they should mention the elements allowing to identify the document as well as the elements, which are different from the information stated in the primary reference. The recommended sign “dot and dash” separating the fields of bibliographic description in the repeated bibliographic reference should be substituted by dot.

In the repeated reference, containing the information on the document, created by one, two or three authors, there should be mentioned the heading, main title and corresponding pages. In the repeated reference, containing the information on the document, created by four and more authors, or on the document, in which the authors are unknown, there should be mentioned the main title and pages. It is possible to contract long headings, marking the omitted words with three dots and space before and after the recommended sign.

Primary

Gavrilov V.P., Ivanovsky S.I. Society and Environment. .: Nauka, 2006. 210 p.

Repeated

 Gavrilov V.P., Ivanovsky S.I. Society and Environment. P. 81.

 

Primary
 Virtual Worlds Concept and Scientific Cognition / Rus. Acad. of Science, In-t of Philosophy. St.Ptrb., 2000. 319 p.
Repeated
 Virtual Worlds Concept … P. 190.

 

Primary
 Fenukhin V.I. Ethnolithic conflicts in modern Russia: North Caucasian region as a case study: diss. … Cand. in Political Science. ., 2002. P. 54–55.
Repeated
ibid. P. 68.

References are placed in the end of the manuscript in the alphabetical order by the names of the authors or as they are mentioned in the text according to GOST 7.1–2003 «Bibliographical entry. Bibliographical description. General requirements and rules of compilation.

Example:

  1. Blank, I.A. Company’s Financial Strategy [Text] / I.A. Blank. – Kiev : Nika-Centr, 2007. – 300p.
  2. On the Foundations of Tourist Activities in the Russian Federation [Text] : feder. law : [adopted by the State Duma on October 4, 1996 : approved by the Fethe bibiliography in English deration Council on November 14, 1996 : with alterations as of May 3, 2012]. Accessible at: http://www.rg.ru/2012/05/05turizm-dok.html.
  3. Vishnyakov, I.V. Models and Methods of Commercial Banks in the Conditions of Uncertainty [Text] : dis. … cand. econ. science : 08.00.13 : defended 12.02.02 : approved 24.06.02 / Vishnyakov Ilia Vladimirovich. – M., 202. 234 p.
  4. Lebedev, V.G. Cost Management at a Company [Text] / V.G. Lebedev, T.G. Drozdova, V.P. Kustarev / under gen. editorship by G.A. Krayukhin. – SPb. : Publishing House “Business-pressa”, 2010. – 277 p.
  5. Kuznetsov, Yu.V. Organization’s Theory: textbook for bachelors [Text] / Yu.V. Kuznetsov, E.V. Melyakova. – M.: Publisher “Yurait”, 2012. – 365 p.
  6. Azoev, A. Marketing Communications Personalization [Text] / A. Azoev // Marketing. – 2010. – N 3 (112). – pp. 66-67.

The text of the article should contain the references to all sources mentioned in the bibliography.

The bibliography in English should be given in accordance with the requirements of APA 6th - American Psychological Association, 6th Edition.

E.g.: Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (2005). Title of article. Title of Journal10(2), 49-53.

Online helper in the formalization of the bibliography in English:

http://www.bibme.org/ 

Recommendations of translation of Russian sources into English:

Authors (transliteration), the title of the article in transliterated variant [translation of the title of the article into English in square brackets], the title of the Russian source (transliteration) [translation of the title of the source into English]

E.g.:

Ivanov, I. I., Petrov, P. P., & Sidorov, S. S. (2005). Nazvanie stat'i [Title of article]. Nazvanie zhurnala [Title of Journal], 10(2), 49-53.

The volume of the article, as a rule, should not exceed 10 pages of the typewritten text, including bibliography.

For the attention of the authors: articles, formalized with the breaches of the present Rules are not accepted by the Board and returned to the authors for rework without reviewing. The materials submitted to the Board are not returned to the authors.