Information for Authors
All materials for publication in the journal should be forwarded in electronic format through the form in the "Place article" section. If you have questions, you can contact the editorial office at Praxema@tspu.edu.ru.
The article should not exceed 40,000 characters (including spaces). The file format is .doc or .docx.; the font is Times New Roman (recommended); the indention is 0.5.; the font size is 12; the line spacing is 1; the margins: 2 cm from each side.
The abstract (2500 to 3000 characters without spaces) and keywords (5 to 15) should be attached to the main text.
The text is accompanied by a list of references, in alphabetical order.
References should be made in the text in square brackets: [Smith 2012, 81].
Notes should be added in a footnote at the bottom of the page.
Illustrations are accepted as separate files in jpeg format.
The article should contain information about the author (authors) in a separate file, including: name, surname; place of work (study); job title; scientific degree; academic rank; telephone number; email.
All articles are reviewed. The Editorial Board reserves the right to reject articles that do not meet the scope and/or requirements, or when the articles have received a negative review.
Abstract (author’s summary) is a brief review of articles, representing the main contents and conclusions of the study. Abstract serves as a reference tool, that adequately represents a more voluminous research.
Abstract (author’s summary) should be clear about the goal put the author of the study, what tasks he has consistently decided which technique which is adopted (without details), what are the main results of the study and what is the scientific significance of these results.
Abstract text should be internally coherent and logically structured, following the logic of the article.
In the abstract is not used citation.
Abstract shall not be a material that is not contained in the article.
The recommended size of the annotation is 2500 to 3000 characters without spaces.
Keywords for article should express the main content of the article, to coincide with basic terms of the study, to determine the domain of knowledge, the subject area and the theme of the study.
The number of keywords – 5 to 15.