Manuscript preparation guidelines
General Rules for Drawing Up the Text
The editorial board accepts for consideration articles prepared using Microsoft Word for Windows text editor. Electronic file type - RTF, DOC, DOCX. The optimal volume of a manuscript is 10-14 A4 pages. The font of the main text is Times New Roman, font size 14 pt, colour - black, one-and-a-half spacing, full justification. There is no paragraph spacing. The indent of the first line of the paragraph is 10 mm. Headings have a different style. The symbols of the Greek and Russian alphabets should be typed straight, not in bold; Latin – in italic, not in bold; designation of vectors and matrices - straight, in bold; numbers - straight, not in bold. The names of chemical elements should be typed straight, not in bold. The same refers to figures. Special characters are allowed to be inserted into the text (using Symbol fonts).
Preparing the Text of the Manuscript
The 1st page contains the UDC (code book), the code and the name of the scientific special field of the submitted article (indicated in strict accordance with the special fields of the scientific publication), the type of article (original article, review, clinical case). The title of the article, full names of all authors, the full official name of the institution and the address of the place of work / study of the authors must be written in two languages - Russian and English.
Articles of the "original research" type should contain the following sections: Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion / Conclusions, References (in Russian and English). Articles of a different type may have a different structure.
Title of the Manuscript
The title should be as clear and informative as possible, reflect the main aim of the study. Abbreviations and acronyms should be avoided. In most cases, the name is limited to 150 characters with spaces.
The abstract is a source of information about the content of the article and the results presented in it. It should make it possible to determine the relevance of the document and decide whether it is advisable to refer to the full text, and it is also used to search for a document in information systems. For articles of the "original research" type, the abstract should be clearly structured and contain the following sections: Relevance and Objectives, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusions. The volume of the abstract is from 100 to 250 words. The text should be concise and clear, free from non-essential information, have convincing wording.
Keywords should reflect the information presented in the article and ensure effective recognition of the subject by search engines.
The number of keywords is 5-10. It is advisable to use commonly accepted terms as reflected in controlled dictionaries.
Conflict of Interest
In this section, it is necessary to indicate any financial relationship that can lead to a conflict of interest in connection with the material presented in the manuscript. If there is no conflict of interest, then it should be written "The authors declare no conflict of interest."
This section also indicates, if applicable, the commercial interest of individuals and / or legal entities in the results of the work, and if there are descriptions of objects of patent or any other type of rights (except for copyright) in the manuscript.
The data are provided in a concise form with a reference to the full name of the foundation / grant, indicating the assigned number.
This section is optional, but desirable if applicable. All contributors who do not meet the criteria for authorship must be listed in the Acknowledgements section.
It is necessary to describe the relevance and degree of development of the problem under study. At the end of the section, it is necessary to formulate the main aim of the publication (for articles of the "original research" type).
Materials and Methods
It is necessary to provide sufficient information on the organization of the study, the object of the study, the sample under study, inclusion / exclusion criteria, methods of research and data processing.
This section states the results obtained, supported by illustrative material (tables, figures). It is necessary to avoid repetition of all data from tables or figures in the text. It is required to highlight or summarize only important observations. Expression of the author's opinion, interpretation of the results obtained are not allowed in this section, as well as references to the works of other authors' groups.
This section should not duplicate the provisions given in the Results section. Data or other material already presented in the Introduction or Results sections shouldn’t be repeated in detail. Here it is possible to discuss the application of the results obtained, including in further research, as well as their limitations.
It is possible to compare the results obtained with other studies in this area. References to the work of other authors and valid recommendations are allowed.
This section can be written in the form of a general conclusion or contain specific numbered conclusions - depending on the specifics of the article.
The list of references should be presented in Russian and English and include from 10 to 20 sources for original articles, from 50 to 60 - for reviews.
The editorial board recommends the authors to refer primarily to the original sources from scientific journals included in the global citation indices.
References to manuscripts accepted for publication, but not yet published. Normative legal documents, GOSTs, statistical materials are not included in the list of references, but are referred to in the text of the article or drawn up as a footnote. The numbering of sources in the list should correspond to the order of references to them in the text. Source numbers are indicated in square brackets.
The list of references in Russian is drawn up in strict accordance with GOST R 7.0.5-2008 “Bibliographic reference. General requirements and drawing up rules".
The Vancouver style is adopted for drawing up References.
Design Examples References
Articles in scientific journals
Baranova I.V. Russian emperors and German charity in Saint Petersburg. Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Povolzhskiy region. Gumanitarnye nauki = University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities. 2021;1:10–19. (In Russ.). doi:10.21685/2072-3024-2021-1-2
Evseev V.A. «Gorodskaya tsivilizatsiya» Anglii ot Tyudorov do Styuartov = England’s “urban civilization” from the Tudors to the Stuarts. Moscow; Saint-Petersburg: Tsentr gumanitarnykh initsiativ, 2019:636. (In Russ.)
Abstract of the dissertation
Malyukov E.I. Deyatel'nost' upolnomochennykh Soveta po delam Russkoy pravoslavnoy tserkvi pri SNK-SM SSSR po Chelyabinskoy oblasti: 1943–1965 gg.: PhD abstract*: 07.00.02 = Activities of the Commissioners of the Council for the Affairs of the Russian Orthodox Church under the Council of People’s Commissars of the Council of Ministers of the USSR in the Chelyabinsk Region: author’s abstract of dissertation to apply for the degree of the candidate of historical sciences: 07.00.02. Chelyabinsk, 2017:32. (In Russ.)
*For a doctoral dissertation: DSc dissertation.
Sokolov A.P. Blagotvoritel'nost' v Rossii kak mekhanizm vzaimodeystviya obshchestva i gosudarstva (nachalo XVIII veka – konets XIX veka): PhD dissertation** = Charity in Russia as a mechanism of interaction between society and the state (early 18th – late 19th centuries): author’s abstract of dissertation to apply for the degree of the doctor of historical sciences. Saint-Petersburg, 2006:725. (In Russ.)
**For a doctoral dissertation: DSc dissertation.
Sazhin B.B. The strategies of the polici of the Soviet government regarding conscientious objection in the early 1920s (on the example of the “defaulter” religious movement). Konfessional'naya politika sovetskogo gosudarstva v 1920–1950-e gody: materialy XI Mezhdunar. nauch. konf. (g. Velikiy Novgorod, 11–13 oktyabrya 2018 g.) = Confessional policy of the Soviet state in the 1920–1950s: proceedings of the 11th International scientific conference (Veliky Novgorod, October 11–13, 2018). Moscow: Politicheskaya entsiklopediya: Prezidentskiy tsentr B. N. El'tsina, 2019:430–439. (In Russ.)
Figures should be placed in the text of the article immediately after the reference to them. In addition, they must be presented as separate files (raster image formats - TIFF, JPG, PNG with a resolution of 600 dpi, vector drawings format - Corel Draw with a minimum line width of 0.75 pt). They must be editable and resizable.
Figures must be accompanied by captions. The font of the figure captions is Times New Roman, size 12 pt.
Figures can be presented in different colours: black and white, shades of grey, coloured. Coloured figures will remain in colour only in the electronic version of the journal; in the printed version of the journal they will be published in shades of grey. Microphotographs must have internal scale marks.
Symbols, arrows or letters used in microphotographs should be made in contrast to the background and grouped with the figure.
If photographs of people are used, then these people must not be recognizable or such photos must be accompanied by a written permission for their publication. The editorial board reserves the right to refuse to publish non-standard quality figures in the text of the article.
Figures should be numbered sequentially in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text.
Diverse illustrations must be brought to a single style of graphic performance, observing the uniformity of their design.
Formulae in the text of the article are typed only in the Microsoft Word Equation or MathType formula editor.
Tables should be placed in the text of the article immediately after the reference to them and additionally presented as separate editable files. Tables should have a title and clearly labeled headings that are easy to read. Photo tables are not accepted. Font of the text of tables and headings - Times New Roman, size 12 pt, colour - black, single spacing.
Tables should be numbered sequentially in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. All clarifications should be placed in notes (footnotes), and not in the title of the table.
Units of Measurement and Abbreviations
Units of measurement are in SI system and Celsius scale. Abbreviations of individual words, terms, except for the generally accepted ones, are not allowed. All introduced abbreviations are deciphered in full at the first mention in the text of the article, followed by the abbreviation in brackets. You should not use abbreviations in the title of the article and in the abstract.
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