Terms of publication of scientific articles
Everyone who submits an original article to Volume 33 (72) No. 4, 2022 within this month has the opportunity to publish one article until the year-end free of charge. We are eager to support every scientist during tough time!
To publish an article in the scientific journal "Scientific Notes of the Taurida National V. I. Vernadsky University. Series: Philology. Journalism" Volume 33 (72) No. 4, 2022 is required by August 26, 2022:
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The editorial board conducts external and internal anonymous peer review of articles and checks for plagiarism. After reviewing, the authors receive the requisites for payment of the publication fee.
Doctoral dissertation articles are published free of charge.
During the wartime situation in Ukraine, the journal will be published exclusively in electronic form.
Thematic sections of the journal:
- Ukrainian language;
- Slavic languages;
- Germanic languages;
- Romance languages;
- Baltic languages;
- Indo-Iranian languages;
- Turkic languages;
- Finno-Ugric and amateur languages;
- Iberian-Caucasian languages;
- Mongolian languages;
- Semitic languages;
- Classical languages. Some Indo-European languages;
- General linguistics;
- Translation Studies;
- Comparative-historical and typological linguistics;
- Structural, Applied and Mathematical Linguistics;
- Literary Studies;
- Ukrainian literature;
- Literature of the Slavic peoples;
- Literature of foreign countries;
- Comparative Literature;
- Literature theory;
- Literary Studies and Textology;
- Crimean Tatar literature;
- The languages of the peoples of Asia, Africa, the native peoples of America and Australia;
- Social Communications: Theory and History of Social Communications;
- Documentation, archival science;
- Book science, librarianship, bibliography;
- Theory and history of journalism;
- Theory and History of Publishing and Editing;
- Applied social and communication technologies;
- Social Informatics.
The scientific article should include the following structural elements:
Formulation of the problem in general form and its relation to important scientific or practical tasks.
An analysis of the latest research and publications that the author relies on to address this issue and how to address it. In doing so, highlight the unresolved parts of the overall problem that are being explored in the article.
Formulating the goals of the article (setting the task)
Outline of the main research material with full justification of scientific results obtained.
Conclusions from this study and further prospects in this direction.
Title of the heading
The UDC index in the upper left corner of the page.
Name and initials of the author (s).
Title of the article in Ukrainian and English. The name and initials of the author (s) in Latin are given in English.
Annotations and keywords in Ukrainian and English. Annotation volume is at least 1800 characters, keywords is at least 5 words.
Bibliographic list. References to the sources should be made in square brackets, indicating the page numbers according to the source: for example, [3, p. 234] or [2, p. 35; 8, p. 234].
The bibliographic description of the list of sources used is drawn up taking into account the developed in 2015 National Standard of Ukraine DSTU 8302: 2015 "Information and documentation. Bibliographic reference. General Terms and Conditions of Assembly."
Language of publications: Ukrainian, English, Polish, German, French, Slovak, Romanian, Italian.
The editorial staff receives and registers DOI for articles.
Article size: 12 to 20 pages, A4 (297 x 210), edges: 25 mm to the left, 20 mm to the right, top and bottom, typed in Microsoft Word. All text of the article, bibliographic list, annotations, etc. are printed in Times New Roman font, size is 14 pt, interval is one and a half. If the article contains formulas and (or) illustrations, they should be compact, have title, Times New Roman text size, 12 pt. Tables and illustrations should be no larger than the page width.