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Bulletin of Social-Economic and Humanitarian Research

Authors Guidelines

The journal will consider the following types of articles:

Scientific (Research) Articles

Scientific articles should present results of an original study. These manuscripts should describe how the research project was conducted and provide a thorough analysis of the project results. Systematic reviews can also be presented in the form of scientific (research) articles.

Review Articles

A review article provides an overview of published literature in a specific subject area.

Requirements for writing articles:

The number of pages of the article should be from 5 to 16.
Text Editor - Microsoft Word.
Format A4.
Fields - upper and lower - 2.5, right and left - 2.
Font - Arial (if necessary - another, if the font is not included in the list of generally accepted ones, it must be sent in a separate file).
Font size - 10.
Line spacing - 1.04
Paragraph indent - 1.
Formula editor in Microsoft or Mathtype office suite.
Charts, tables and figures can be either color or black and white. Shading is allowed.
The article should contain such sections as abstract, introduction, results and discussion, conclusion.

Articles are checked for plagiarism. The uniqueness of the text of the article should be at least 85%.

Each title should be displayed on a separate line:

Annotation

A brief and factual summary (abstract) of the article is required. The abstract should summarize the purpose of the study, the main results and main conclusions. An abstract is often presented separately from the article, so it should be placed separately. For this reason, links should be avoided, but if necessary, refer to the author (s) and year (s). In addition, non-standard or unusual abbreviations should be avoided, but if necessary, they should be identified when they are first mentioned in the annotation itself.

Keywords

Immediately after annotation, specify a maximum of 6 keywords. Abbreviations should be used here as little as possible: only abbreviations firmly established in this field of scientific knowledge are possible. These keywords will be used for indexing purposes.

Introduction

Indicate the objectives of the work and provide sufficient information, avoiding a detailed literature review or analysis of the results.

Materials and methods

Provide here enough detailed information so that you can reproduce the work. Already known and previously published methods should be indicated by reference: only new methods or the corresponding changes in already known methods should be described.

Theory / Calculation

The theory section should expand, and not repeat the previous article material, already considered in the introduction, and lay the foundation for further work. This section is a practical development of the topic on a theoretical basis.

Results

The results of scientific work should be clear and concise.

Discussion

This section should reflect the significance of the results of the work, and not repeat them. Often, the section on combined results and their discussion is appropriate. Avoid citing and discussing published literature.

Findings

The main findings of the study can be presented in the short section "conclusions", which can be highlighted separately or as a subsection of the section "discussion".

Bibliography:

In the English version of the journal, the bibliography must be formatted in accordance with international requirements according to the APA standard. http://scopuspubl.ru/standart-oformleniya-ssylok-apa

In the Russian version of the journal, references to literature should be made in accordance with GOST 2008. primery-oformleniya-spiska-literatury

It is advisable to refer only to those publications that are indexed in international databases; use international standard notation for units of measure and quantities (use a period as the decimal separator (for example, 0.002). The list of references should contain at least 15 sources and no more than 2 references to the works of the authors of the scientific work themselves.

Copyright for articles:

Authors reserve copyrights to their articles, and all open access articles are distributed in accordance with the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution license, which allows unrestricted use, distribution and reproduction of scientific work on any medium, provided that the article is correctly cited.

The use of common descriptive names, trade names, trademarks in articles, even if they are not specifically defined, does not mean that these names are not protected by relevant laws and regulations. Authors of articles are responsible for obtaining the permissions necessary to reuse copyrighted material.

Although the recommendations and information in the journal are correct and accurate as of the date of its publication, neither the authors, nor the editors, nor the publisher can bear any legal responsibility for any errors or omissions that may be made. The publisher makes no warranties, express or implied, regarding the materials used in the articles.

Conflict of interest:

Conflicts of interest (also known as competing interests) arise when issues not related to research can be reasonably perceived as affecting the neutrality or objectivity of the work, or its assessment. Authors must declare all their potential interests - regardless of whether they really had influence or not. Each author in the section "conflict of interest" should explain why his scientific interest in this issue can cause a conflict. If there are none, then the authors must state: “The author (s) declares (s) that there is no conflict of interest regarding the publication of a specific article.” Submitting authors are responsible for co-authors declaring their interests. The declared conflicts of interest will be considered by the editor and reviewers and are included in the published article.

Authors should also declare current or recent funding (including for preparing and editing the article) and other payments, goods or services that may affect the work performed. Any funding, whether conflicting or not, must be stated in the “funding statement”.

Funding Statement:

Authors should indicate how the research and publication of their article was funded, naming in square brackets (if possible) the financial support authority (s) (fully registered), followed by the corresponding grant number (s).

If the study did not receive a certain amount of funding, but was performed as part of the employment of the authors, please name this employer. If the sponsor has been involved in writing, editing, approving or deciding to publish, please announce it.

Acknowledgments:

All acknowledgments from the author (if any) should be included at the very end of the manuscript before links. All persons who contributed to the study or article, but who are not the authors, should be mentioned (with their permission).