Requirements for execution of an article
- Fields: lower, upper - 2 cm; right – 1.5 cm; left – 3 cm. Editor: MS Word. Headset: Times New Roman, font size (size) 14, interval – 1,5. The text must be typed without divisions.
- The main text of the article must be given in 2 lines by the following structure: UDC (on the left) is provided by bibliographic department of the higher school library where you work. The library staff is responsible for providing the accuracy of UDC. You can use a universal classification tithes (See: http://udk-codes.net/)
TITLE OF THE ARTICLE (centered)
Name and initials of the author (centered)
Scientific degree, academic status (position) (on the right)
Place of work (institution, country) and e-mail address (on the right)
Abstract (100-200 words or 800-1000 signs)
Key words (5-10 words)
Text of the article includes the following components: 1) Introduction (revealed the relevance of a research, analysis of previous researches and publications; formulation of the purpose and objectives); 2) Methods and techniques of a research (procedural specificity of theoretical and methodological or experimental orientation of a research is highlighted); 3) Results (the basic material must be presented in an understandable way in order to catch the essence of theoretical or empirical research; descussion on highlighted issues); 4) Summary (provides generalization of the results of carried out research and prospects for further research); 5) REFERENCES (centered) (executed according to the standard of APA). After the reference list must be given a post address where the author (co-authors) of the article works.
- Citing and intratextual references to the literary sources must be made in accordance with the Harvard style, for example: (Smith, 2008); if the page of the source is indicated, it is served by a colon (Smith, 2008: 125).
- Tables. Make sure that the tables are numbered according to their sequence in the text. Place footnotes to tables below the table body and indicate them with superscript lowercase letters. Try to avoid using tables with plenty of numerical data. Make sure that all the tables and illustrations are discussed in the text.
- Figures. Use uniform lettering and sizing of your original artwork. Resolution should be minimum 300 dpi. Note that the journal is printed in black and white. Make sure that the illustrations are numbered according to their sequence in the text. The names of the files should have the subscription the way it would appear in the text. For example: 1_coping_with_job_stress_model.jpg
- Acknowledgements should be placed in a separate section at the end of the article before the references. Conflicts of interests, if any, should be disclosed.
- Authors are responsible for obtaining copyright permission for reproducing illustrations, tables, figures taken from other authors and/or source. Permission must be placed at the foot of each figure.
- Authors provide the journal with non-exclusive copyrights.