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RULES FOR WRITING AN ARTICLE

EXAMPLE OF CORRECT REGISTRATION OF THE ARTICLE (IN THE FORMAT OF DOC)

The period of publication of the article is within 1-2 months from the moment of its approval by the editorial and publishing council.
The volume of the manuscript should not exceed 20 thousand characters, and the title of the article - 70 characters. On the first page of the manuscript of the article UDC, the title of the article in capital letters in bold type is indicated. The next line, typed in italics, is the surname and initials of the author (s) also in two languages. Further, the line of location: the full name of the organization and the city, if they are located in Russia and the CIS countries; At a location in the far abroad are indicated the organization, city and country. At the beginning of the article, an abstract of at least 100 words and 5-7 keywords is placed. Graduate students are exempt from payment for the publication of manuscripts.

Articles sent for publication must meet the following requirements:

  1. Font: Times New Roman;
  2. Font size: 14 pt;
  3. Line spacing: 1.5;
  4. Format: A4 book (297 x 210);
  5. File format: the article should be saved in the .doc or .docx format.

FORMULAS (REPRESENTATION OF FORMULAS IN THE FORM OF PICTURES IS UNACCEPTABLE!)

Simple formulas can be typed in plain text. Special characters, such as Greek letters, multiplication symbols, etc., can be inserted using the command Insert → Symbol. In the window that appears, select the desired symbol, click the Paste button, and then click the Close button.

More complex formulas should be typed in the formula editor MathType or Microsoft Equation (included in MS Word).

DRAWINGS

The pictures used in the article should be sent as separate graphic files.

Please, do not implement drawings in the text of the document, from this their quality deteriorates!

If you make photos for your article, configure the camera so that the date of the photo was not displayed in the picture.

Figures should be numbered according to their position in the article.

Valid formats pictures:

  • raster formats are JPG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, GIF,
  • vector - EPS, CDR, CDX, WMF, EMF.

Resolution of raster illustrations should be at least 300 dpi.

  1. Open the explorer, select the picture whose resolution you want to know. Click the right mouse button and select Properties from the drop-down list.
  2. In the opened window, select the Summary tab.
  3. In the lines Horizontal resolution and Vertical resolution and will be the resolution of the picture. In our example, 96 dots / inch, this means

that the resolution of the picture is 96 dpi, which is not enough for printing.

By submitting an article with poor quality drawings, you consent to their printing, so claims for low quality drawings in your article are not accepted.

What if the picture has a resolution of less than 300 dpi (300 dots / inch)?

We can not improve bad drawings - it's physically impossible.

To improve the images, you can only create it again:

  1. Scan again, make a new photo with other shooting parameters, etc.
  2. Redraw the picture in the vector editor and save it in vector format (cdr, cdx, ai, eps, wmf).

TABLES

The table should be typed in the same font as the text. In the columns, you need to align the content. The columns and lines in which the figures are represented are centered.

You can do this as follows: after the text in the table is typed, select the necessary rows and columns, move the mouse cursor to the selected fragment and press the right button. In the drop-down menu, select Alignment in the cell, move the cursor, and in the next menu select the desired picture. For alignment in the center - the 2nd row, the central figure. For alignment on the left edge - the 2nd row, the first drawing, etc.

CHARTS

The Microsoft Excel diagrams embedded in the article must be editable.

When typing formulas, you need to use the formula editor MathType 5.x or Microsoft Equation 3.0. Figures are represented as separate files (valid formats are raster (resolution is not less than 300 dpi) - JPG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, GIF, vector - EPS, CDR, CDX, WMF, EMF).

A list of references is given in the general list at the end of the article. References to the literature on the text are placed in square brackets, and the literature with the corresponding reference should be presented at the end of the article in the list of references.

References in the text of the article

In the text references to the literature are made in square brackets indicating the source number from the list of references and the pages cited. For example: [1, p. 5-7].

BIBLIOGRAPHY

The list of references is given at the end of the article after the word LITERATURE (in the center, in uppercase letters). The list of literature can not be placed in footnotes.

The list of literature also includes Internet resources, links to which are available in the text of the article.

 

In other scientific journals ("Scientific Review", "Scientific Review: Theory and Practice", "Scientific Life", "Scientific Thought"), sources in the list of literature are listed in the order of references to them in the text of the article.

ANNOTATIONS AND KEY WORDS

For publication in scientific journals, an article should be accompanied by an annotation and 5-7 key words.

The abstract should reflect the content of the article (goals, methods, results of research) in a abstract form in order to provide the reader an opportunity to quickly assess the essence of the article without recourse to its full text. In the annotation, the use of general phrases and the literal repetition of the title and material of the article should be avoided.

The size of the annotation is regulated by the rules of individual journals:

  • "Scientific Review": 100-120 words.
  • "Scientific Review: Theory and Practice": 200-250 words.
  • "Scientific life": 200-250 words.
  • "Scientific Review: Humanitarian Studies": 100-120 words.
  • "Bulletin of the development of science and education": 100-120 words.
  • "Scientific thought": a brief abstract (not more than 100 words).