Terms of Publication
1. The article should fit within the scope of the journal. The articles are accepted if they have not been published elsewhere, have been checked for plagiarism with Advego Plagiatus software, and no less than 80% of material is original.
2. The author is responsible for the uniqueness of the manuscript submitted for publication. The content must be credited appropriately according to the current copyright law. The author should obtain permission to reproduce any published material (research findings, facts, extracts from anyone’s’ works) for which he/she does not hold the copyright. If the article under expert review is not within the scope of the journal, is of low scientific quality and relevance that is confirmed by two or more internal peer reviewers, or in case of plagiarism detection by Advego Plagiatus software, the refund is not given. The author has the right to revise the article and has one opportunity to replace it by another one up to the amount of publication charges.
3. The article is published according to the Publication Schedule, which determines submission deadline and publication date. The Publication Schedule is available on www.teoria-practica.ru and www.dom-hors.ru.
4. Articles shall be accepted in accordance with the Terms of Publication through the online application on http://www.teoria-practica.ru/online-zayavka/ or http://dom-hors.ru/onlayn-zayavka/.
5. The article includes information about the author, summary, and keywords (in Russian and English), notes and references. If there is one author, the article should be at least 8 pages. If the article consists of at least 12 pages, two authors are allowed. There can be three authors if the article consists of at least 16 pages.
6. Publication charges will be 800 RUB per page (designed in accordance with the Terms of Publication), including incomplete one, in January, July, and August; 1.000 RUB in February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November, and December. The authors living abroad will pay 1.100 RUB per page. The charges include examination by anti-plagiarism software, review by at least two experts in the relevant branches of science according to double-blind peer review, editing, layout and replication of the printed version, open access publishing on websites http://dom-hors.ru / http://www.teoria-practica.ru, indexing the current issue of journal in elibrary.ru (Russian Science Citation Index), Crossref (DOI assignment), inclusion (metadata transmission) in databases and library resources, one print or electronic version, a three-months subscription to the journal in PDF format.
7. The Editorial Board gives the author an invoice contract and a receipt (for payment via Sberbank or other convenient Bank). It is possible to pay for the services provided as a legal entity as well.
8. The publication is to be paid when the Editorial Board notifies the author that the article is accepted, and invoice contract and receipt are sent to the author.
9. Mail delivery should be paid additionally (500 RUB) and is carried out only for authors living in Russia. Abroad mail delivery fails.
10. All articles published in journals are open access, freely available online, and can be used for citing, copying, printing, and other non-commercial purposes in compliance with copyright.
Writing your paper
1. Text should be typed in Microsoft Word with an interval of one and a half line spacing; indent, 1.25 cm; top, bottom, left, right margins, 2 cm; font Times New Roman, 14 pt; consecutive page numbers starting with the first page.
2. The tables are presented in Microsoft Word format. Tables should be numbered. Table titles should be included above the table without a point. You must have a table after the text in which it is mentioned for the first time or on the next page. Table reference in the text is required; it should be given before the table presented. The reference should not be a separate phrase that repeats the table title. Table title should be on the left without indent. Titles and subtitles of columns should be presented.
3. The article should include the following information:
1 – the UDC code;
2 – full name of the author;
3 – academic degree, academic status;
4 – current professional status (if available). It is important to indicate the place of work and position clearly without any interpretations or abbreviations;
5 – contact details (postal address to receive a copy of the journal, e-mail, phone number);
6 – the title of the article;
7 – summary (100–250 words). It should briefly summarize the aim, findings or purpose of the article.
8 – keywords (8–10 words or phrases). Each keyword or phrase is separated by a comma;
9 – references. Articles without references are not accepted.
The information referred to 2–4, 6–8 subparagraphs should be presented in both Russian and English.
4. All sources of information, such as quotes or borrowed ideas, must be acknowledged in your manuscript. A number [X] is inserted at the point in your article where you cite another author's work. At the end of your work, the full reference [X] of the work is provided. Citations and their corresponding references are provided in the order they appear throughout your article. A numbered list of references must be provided at the end of the paper preceded by the word “References”. Reference list entries should appear in the order the sources are cited in the text of the paper, beginning with , and continuing in consecutive numerical order, from the lowest number to the highest. Reference list entries do not follow an alphabetical order by author or title of sources. It is necessary to present a website, and the date retrieved for web documents.
5. For citation in Russian, you should use GOST 7.0.5–2008.
6. Self-citation and multiple citations of works written by the same author are strictly prohibited and to be deleted as unjustified ones (reference to the previous studies of the author or a similar reference (no more than 2) are an exception).
7. Be sure to cite (1 or more references) foreign authors focused on your scope of study (in the original language, preferably journal articles).
8. You should cite literature published within 5 years.
9. We do not recommend citing non-scientific literature and science fiction (encyclopedias, dictionaries, manuals) as well as news and blogs if this is not defended by research logic. You can keep the relevant information in the text, if necessary.
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The title of the article
Summary: The text of 100–250 words on the relevance and novelty of the topic, the main substantive aspects.
Keywords: 8–10 words or phrases on a selected topic.
The text of the article