Rules for submitting, reviewing and publishing scientific papers
Journal «Review of Omsk State Pedagogical University. Humanitarian research» is a scientific periodical that discusses topical theoretical problems of philosophy, philology and pedagogy. Publication frequency: 4 issues per year.
The editorial board strives to:
- constantly improve the journal and ensure the high quality of published materials;
- follow the principle of freedom of opinion;
- decide on the publication of materials, guided by the following main criteria: correspondence of the manuscript to the subject of the journal; relevance, novelty and scientific significance of the presented article; clarity of presentation; reliability of results and completeness of conclusions. The quality of the research and its relevance are the basis for the publication decision.
1. Direction of manuscripts
1.1. Scientific articles and other materials are sent to the editorial board by e-mail email@example.com.
1.2. The topics of the articles should correspond to one of the groups of scientific specialties represented by the headings of the journal.
1.3. Registration of manuscripts of articles is carried out in accordance with the requirements for publication.
2. Procedure for reviewing articles
2.1. The publication reviews all materials received by the editorial board that correspond to its subject matter, with the aim of their expert evaluation.
2.2. All articles submitted to the editors of the journal are subject to review for compliance with the level of scientific and practical results, as well as the content of the article, with the requirements for peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications in which the main scientific results of dissertations for the degree of candidate and doctor of science should be published.
2.3. All incoming articles undergo mandatory double-blind peer review, in which the author of the review and the author of the article do not know each other's names.
2.4. Experts on the subject of the article from the editorial board or other leading scientists who agreed to work in the editorial office as reviewers are appointed as reviewers. All reviewers are recognized experts in the subject of the peer-reviewed materials and have publications on the subject of the peer-reviewed article over the past 3 years. Reviews are stored in the editorial office of the journal for 5 years.
2.5. Articles are reviewed according to the following parameters:
- relevance of the topic;
- the degree of compliance of the article with modern research on the stated problem;
- the level of validity of scientific and practical results proposed and considered in the article;
- the level of scientific novelty and originality of the approaches and methods proposed by the author;
- correctness of scientific citation;
- compliance with the design of the article to the rules adopted in the journal.
2.6. In the final part of the review, clear conclusions of the reviewer about the publication of the article in the presented form or about the need to revise (refine) the article according to the reviewer's comments should be given. The article revised by the author is re-sent for review.
2.7. If the article is not recommended by the reviewer for publication, it is sent for secondary review - to another reviewer. The final decision to refuse publication is made by the editor-in-chief of the journal. A reasoned conclusion is sent to the author.
2.8. The editorial board of the publication sends copies of reviews or a reasoned refusal to the authors of the submitted materials, and also undertakes to send copies of reviews to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation upon receipt of a corresponding request by the editorial office of the publication.
2.9. The editors reserve the right to pre-evaluate articles before reviewing for compliance with the subject of the journal and its headings. Articles that do not meet this criterion are not reviewed, and the authors are sent a reasoned refusal to publish. In addition, the editors have the right to reject the article at the stage preceding the review, if its low scientific quality is obvious, and / or there are cases of unjustified borrowing in the text, and / or it was published earlier in another publication.
3. Requirements for publication
How to work with a manuscript
Manuscript processing consists of the following steps:
- at the initial stage: checking for compliance with the design requirements, checking in the Anti-plagiarism system; articles that are not formatted according to the requirements and / or have an originality level of the text below 75% are returned to the authors for revision;
- at the main stage:
1) reviewing (reviewing is carried out by members of the editorial board or involved specialists; reviewers receive the text of the article without indicating the author; the reviewer's task is to determine the relevance, novelty and originality of the author's approach, the correspondence of the article to the scientific specialty); articles that have received negative reviews are returned to the authors for revision;
2) editing (if necessary, technical and / or literary editing of the text is carried out, verification of reference lists) - if necessary, the editors contact the authors;
- at the final stage: final editing in the publishing house and publication.
1. Previously unpublished articles are accepted for publication, presenting the results of relevant, new, theoretically / practically significant scientific research. Essays, reviews, reports on scientific events, interviews are not published.
2. Originality of the text - not less than 75%. Subject to references to own research (self-citation) - 70%.
3. The recommended length of the article is 8–10 pages. Main text: Times New Roman font, size 14, single spacing, margins 2 cm on each side, paragraph indent 1 cm, justified alignment.
4. Each article must be provided with:
- UDC index (see, for example: https://www.teacode.com/online/udc);
- translation of the title and name of the author(s) into English;
- information about the author(s) in Russian and English; perhaps no more than 3-5 authors of the article;
- annotation in Russian and English (about 100 words; Times New Roman, size 12, single spacing);
- keywords (5–8) in Russian and English (Times New Roman, size 12, single spacing);
- bibliographic list, including (if possible) at least 3-5 sources published in the last 5 years, including modern foreign publications, and a list of References.
5. Articles of postgraduate students should be accompanied by a review of the supervisor, which determines the relevance of theoretical / practical research and characterizes the elements of scientific novelty.
6. For articles containing fragments of text in foreign languages, as well as diagrams, formulas, complex characters, etc., it is mandatory to have a second (along with the main file in Microsoft Word format) version of the article saved in pdf format (you must send two of the same name files of various formats).
7. For articles containing fragments of text in foreign languages, it is also obligatory to have a translation of all text fragments of any volume with an indication of the translator (for example: hereinafter - our translation).
Requirements for the structure of the main text of the article
Each article should be structured and include the following main and optional elements (each element in the text of the article should be titled in Russian and English):
Introduction (Introduction) - a brief description of the relevance, purpose, hypothesis, research prospects, the author's position on the stated topic. Mandatory section
Methods (Methods) - a description of the theoretical approaches and principles on which the study is based, methods, techniques that were used by the author. Mandatory section
Literature Review (Literature Review) - a reference to the main works of the predecessors that formed the basis of the study, a demonstration of the inclusion of the study in the modern scientific context, the detection of insufficient knowledge of the issue under study. In the absence of the need to give a detailed literary review, an indication of the primary sources that influenced the author of the work, etc. may be included in the Introduction or Methods sections. The editors reserve the right to recommend the author to make the section independent.
Results and Discussion (Results and Discussion) - presentation and argumentation of the author's concept / approach to traditional problems of science / new concept, etc., commented analysis of primary sources and other texts in order to derive new humanitarian knowledge, analysis of empirical material / experiments, description of the research progress, qualitative and quantitative interpretation of observations. Mandatory section
Conclusion (Conclusion) - the formulation of the main conclusions of the study, the definition of its prospects, theoretical and practical significance. Mandatory section
Acknowledgments (Acknowledgments) - an indication of scientific foundations and other organizations with the support of which the study was carried out, the names of projects and grants. Optional section
Bibliographic list - a list of sources to which the author refers in the article. Mandatory section
References - a list of scientific sources to which the author refers in the article, made in transliteration. Mandatory section
Requirements for the design of a bibliographic list
References to the literature are made out as follows: [1, p. 238], where the first digit is the number of the source in the bibliographic list. The bibliographic list is drawn up in accordance with GOST R 7.0.5 2008: Times New Roman font, size 12, single spacing; sources are NOT placed alphabetically, but IN THE ORDER OF LINKS IN THE TEXT; a bibliographic list is required. The description of the source must indicate the publisher; the total number of pages, if there is a link to a book, or an indication of the page range, if the author refers to an article published in a collection, journal, encyclopedia, etc. If the cited publication has a DOI index, it must be indicated (to check the DOI, you can use the following resource: https://search.crossref.org).
In accordance with the principles of international scientific databases, references to modern (published within the last 3–5 years) publications, including publications in foreign languages in foreign journals, are highly desirable.
Typical design cases
Article in a periodical:
Demchenkov S. A., Fedyaeva N. D. Verbal happening: about some models of computer generation of texts in the aspect of avant-garde poetics // Humanitarian vector. 2020. No. 1. S. 27–37. DOI: 10.21209/1996-7853-2020-15-1-27-37
Fedyaeva N.D. Norms in the space of language. Omsk: Publishing House of OmGPU, 2010. 172 p.
Fedyaeva N. D. The language image of the average person in the aspect of cognitive categories of gradualness, duality, evaluation, norms: dis. … cand. philol. Sciences. Barnaul, 2003. 171 p.
Fedyaeva N. D. The language image of the average person in the aspect of cognitive categories of gradualness, duality, evaluation, norms: abstract of the thesis. … cand. philol. Sciences. Barnaul, 2003. 24 p.
Galina M.S. Old, new, supernova… Fiction magazines in the post-Soviet space // Novy Mir. 2006. No. 8. URL: http://magazines.russ.ru/novyi_mi/2006/8/ga13.html (date of access: 12/14/2016).
Requirements for the design of the bibliographic list and the list of References
The References list is placed after the bibliographic list and includes all sources that are included in the bibliographic list.
The list of References is drawn up in the so-called BSI transliteration (British Standard Institution), automatic translation into BSI transliteration can be performed using the Internet service https://transliteration.pro/bsi.
Comments on the compilation of the References list
- Scientific sources in foreign languages using the Latin script are included in the list, but not transliterated; at the end of the description, the original language is indicated in brackets: (in English), (in Spanish). Sources in languages with other scripts (Cyrillic, hieroglyphics) are transliterated; the original language is indicated in brackets.
- Indications of the volume, issue, number and pages of the publication should be translated into English: volume - vol., issue - issue, No. - no., page interval - pp., specific page or total number of pages in the publication - р. The following elements of the Russian description are replaced with the English equivalent: Collected Works - CollectedWorks, Complete Works - CompleteWorks, Selected Works - SelectedWorks.
- All abbreviations of cities must be expanded and translated into English: M. - Moscow; L. - Leningrad; SPb. – St. Petersburg; N.Y. – NewYork, etc. All typical abbreviations used in Russian-language publications should be expanded: scientific. - in scientific; conf. – conferences; etc.).
- After the name of the publisher should be indicated Publ.: Thought - Mysl'Publ.
- The names of journals (periodical scientific publications), monographs, collections of articles, dissertations (including in the form of an abstract) are highlighted in italics.
- After the transliteration of the title of the article / title of the book, as well as after the name of the Russian-language source from which this article is taken, the translation into English is given in square brackets. If there is no English equivalent of the title of the article/book on the Internet, the translation can be done independently, but after such a translation, you must put an asterisk* and leave a note at the end of the list: *Translated by author of the article. An asterisk is placed after each self-translated title.
- When describing a collection of articles, the surname of the editor (editors) is indicated in place of the author's surname, after which it is written in brackets: (ed.). If there are more than 3 authors/editors, all names are listed without exception.
- The transliterated list must not contain any Cyrillic letters, symbols or signs.
- If a link to an electronic resource is given, instead of "URL:" write "Availableat:", and instead of "date of access:" - "accessed:".
- If a dissertation or abstract of a dissertation for the degree of doctor / candidate of ... sciences is indicated, the English equivalent is given. For example: a dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy - Dr. philos. sci. diss., abstract of the dissertation for the degree of candidate of philosophical sciences – Cand. philos. sci. diss. Abstr.
- Positions in the transliterated list are not numbered.
- Transliterated publications are arranged in the order of the English alphabet.
Typical design cases
Article in a periodical:
Demchenkov S. A., Fedyaeva N. D. (2020) Verbal'nyi kheppening: o nekotorykh modelyakh komp'yuternoi generatsii tekstov v aspekte avangardnoi poehtiki [Verbal Happening: About Some Models of Computer Text Creation in the Aspect of Avant-Garde Poetics], Gumanitarnyi vektor [Humanitarian Vector], no.1, pp. 27–37,doi: 10.21209/1996-7853-2020-15-1-27-37 (in Russian)
Fedyaeva N. D. (2009) Normy v prostranstveyazyka [Norms in the language space]*. Omsk, OmGPU Publ., 172 p. (in Russian)
Fedyaeva N. D. (2003) Yazykovoi obraz srednego cheloveka v aspekte kognitivnykh kategorii gradual'nosti, dual'nosti, otsenki, normy [The linguistic image of the average person in the aspect of the cognitive categories of gradality, duality, evaluation, and norm]*,Cand. philol. sci. diss. Barnaul, 171 p. (in Russian)
Fedyaeva N. D. (2003) Yazykovoi obraz srednego cheloveka v aspekte kognitivnykh kategorii gradual'nosti, dual'nosti, otsenki [The linguistic image of the average person in the aspect of the cognitive categories of gradality, duality, evaluation, and norm]*, Cand. philol. sci. diss. Abstr. Barnaul, 24 p. (in Russian)
Galina M. S. (2006) Staraya, novaya, sverkhnovaya… Zhurnaly fantastiki na postsovetskom prostranstve [*Old, new, supernova... Science fiction magazines in the post-Soviet space]. Novyimir [*New World], no. 8. Available at: http://magazines.russ.ru/novyi_mi/2006/8/ga13.html (accessed: 14.12.2016) (in Russian)
*The translation of the names of the sources is made by the author of the article / Translated by author of the article.
Requirements for information about the author(s)
Articles written individually or by a team of 3–5 authors are accepted for publication (more than 5 authors are not allowed).
About each of the authors in Russian and English, the following information should be indicated:
- Full Name
- City, country
- Place of work, including the name of the organization (for example, university) and department (for example, department) - all names must be full
- Academic degree
- Academic title
- Job title
- E-mail address
4. Publication of scientific articles
4.1. Articles grouped by sections of the journal are sent to the Publishing House of the Omsk State Pedagogical University.
4.2. In each section of the journal, articles are placed in alphabetical order according to the names of the authors.
4.3. The final revision of the texts of articles and other materials is carried out by the editors of the publishing house with the participation of the editor-in-chief of the journal and members of the editorial board.
4.4. The issue of the journal in PDF format is sent to the authors by e-mail, the printed version is sent to the addresses indicated by the authors.
Sample article design
Sample of forming information about the author
Placed after the text of the article
|Surname, name, patronymic (in full)||Russian/English|
|Name of the organization - places of work, study (for graduate students)||Russian/English|
|Structural unit, position||Russian/English|
|Academic degree, academic title||Russian/English|
|Information about the supervisor (for undergraduates): full name, academic degree, academic title, place of work, position|
|Contact phone, E-mail|
|Consent to publish the electronic version of the article on the journal website
(https://vestnik-omgpu.ru), in the scientific electronic library eLIBRARY.RU and other electronic resources (the presence of an “agree / agree” answer is a prerequisite for publication)