Rules of formalisation

To publish an article in the journal, it has to be formatted in accordance with the requirements of the editorial board of the journal:

  1. Title of the article: 14 point size, bold, one and a half line spacing, middle alignment, capital letters.
  2. Information about the author:

Full Name

Place of work, position, scientific degree, city of the author.

  1. Abstract (50-150 words)
  2. Keywords (5-8 words)
  3. Text of the article should contain from 5 to 20 pages. Sheet size – A4. Orientation is bookish. All margins – 2 cm. Indent of the first line of each paragraph – 1.25 cm (automatic). Formatting is justified. Times New Roman only. Size – 14. Line spacing – one and a half. The typeface is normal. The standard dashes (-) and hyphens (-) are used. No words are allowed.

It is recommended to structure the text of the article so that it has the following parts: introduction, methods (theoretical foundations), results, discussion, conclusion, acknowledgments (if any).

The introduction describes the general research topic, goals and objectives of the planned work, theoretical and practical significance, provides the most famous and authoritative publications on the topic under study, identifies unsolved problems. This section should contain the rationale for the necessity and relevance of the study.

The Methods (Theoretical Foundations) section details the methods (theories) that were used to obtain the results. Usually, a general scheme of experiments / research is given first, then they are presented in such detail and with such a number of details that any competent specialist could reproduce them using only the text of the article.

The section “Results” presents the experimental or theoretical data obtained during the study. The results are given in a processed version: in the form of text, tables, graphs, organizational or structural diagrams, equations, photographs, drawings. This section provides facts only.

The “Discussion” section contains the interpretation of the research results obtained, assumptions about the obtained facts, comparison of the obtained own results with the results of other authors.

The conclusion contains the main ideas of the main text of the article. It is advisable to compare the results obtained with those that were planned to be obtained, as well as to show their novelty and practical significance, to prescribe the limitations that were encountered during the work. At the end, conclusions and recommendations are given, and the main directions for further research in this area are determined.

  1. Requirements for tables and graphics

If a scientific article is accompanied by tables and graphic (diagrams, figures, photographs), then they must also be drawn up in accordance with the requirements of the electronic journal:

  • All tables and figures are embedded in the text and must be sequentially numbered
  • Tables should be numbered with Arabic numerals in the order in which they are given in the text.
  • A short descriptive heading is placed above the table.
  • Tables cannot duplicate data contained in the text.
  • Under the tables and figures, it is necessary to indicate the source from which this figure or table is taken.
  • All inscriptions and formulas that are in the graphic information must contain only Latin letters and inscriptions in English.
  • All formula symbols are formatted in the “Microsoft equation” macro (Word text editor).
  • Graphics should be of high quality, all labels should be clear and easy to read visually.
  1. References.

When using material from other sources, reference to them is required.

Registration of references and bibliography:

  • Sources are arranged in alphabetical order. If several sources have one author, then these articles should be in chronological order.
  • Links to authors in the text of the article are given in parentheses.
  • The list should not contain literature that is not referenced in the text.