Submission Preparation Checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- This submission has not previously been published or forwarded to other editions (or comments are provided below).
- The submission file is a document in Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, RTF or WordPerfect format.
- Full-text URLs are included in the text links in the text.
- The text is typed in the 12th size of the bowling alley with a single line spacing; the author's accents are in italics, and underlines (everywhere except URLs); all illustrations, graphs, and tables are placed directly in the text, where they should be in content (and not at the end of the document).
- The text complies with the stylistics and bibliography requirements set out in the About the Journal Authors Guide.
- If the material is submitted to a peer-reviewed journal section, the instructions for the Blind Review Guarantee were followed when designing the submission file.
Authors are published in this journal, agree to the following conditions:
Authors reserve the right to authorship of their work and transfer the journal the right of the first publication of this work under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which allows other persons to freely distribute published work with mandatory reference to authors original work and the first publication of work in this journal.
The authors have the right to enter into independent additional agreements on the non-exclusive dissemination of the work in the form in which it was published by this journal (for example, to post work in the electronic repository of the institution or to publish as part of a monograph), provided that the reference to the first publication of the work in this journal is maintained.
The journal's policy allows and encourages the authors to place the manuscript of the work on the Internet (for example, in the institutions' storehouses or on personal websites), both for presenting this manuscript to the editorial office and during its editorial processing, as this contributes to the creation of productive scientific discussion and positively affects the efficiency and dynamics of citing the published work (see The Effect of Open Access).