I. YAKOVLEV CHUVASH STATE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY BULLETIN

Phone: (8352) 62-08-71

redak_vestnik@chgpu.edu.ru

ISSN: 1680-1709
Index catalog Press of Russia: 39898


Questions and Answers

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Question: What is the thematic scope of “I. Yakovlev Chuvash State Pedagogical University Bulletin”?

Answer: The thematic scope of the Bulletin corresponds to the nomenclature of scientific specialties: 03.00.00 Biological Sciences (03.01.00 Physical and Chemical Biology; 03.02.00 General Biology; 03.03.00 Phisiology); 10.00.00 Philological Sciences (10.01.00 Literary Studies; 10.02.00 Linguistics); 13.00.00 Pedagogical Sciences.

Question: What is the publication frequency of the Bulletin?

Answer: The publication frequency is once in three months (in March, in June, in September, in December).

Question: What is the procedure of publication of articles?

Answer: The publication of articles implies peer review. All manuscripts written in accordance with Article Requirements are registered and given to make an expert evidence. Peer review is confidential (an author does not know a reviewer and a reviewer does not know an author). All manuscripts submitted are subject to testing on the “Antiplagiat” system.

The decision whether to publish or not a manuscript submitted is based on the results of an expert evidence and testing on the “Antiplagiat” system.

Question: How long is a manuscript usually reviewed?

Answer: A manuscript is usually reviewed from 2 weeks to 1 month.

Question: How long does it usually take to publish a manuscript?

Answer: It usually takes from 3 to 6 months to publish a manuscript (including the procedure of peer review).

Question: Where can one find the manuscripts published in the Bulletin?

Answer: One can get a subscription to the Bulletin in post offices of the “Russian Post” in the union catalogue “Press of Russia” (39898). The issues of the Bulletin can also be found at the website of the journal (http://vestnik.chgpu.edu.ru), in the Online Scientific Library (eLibrary.ru), in RUKONT (www.rucont.ru).

Question: Which documents should be submitted to the editorial office?

Answer: One should submit the following documents:

a) covering letter that writes that the publication of the article in the Bulletin does not infringe copyright; that the article has never been published before, has not been and will not be submitted to any other editions; that the article meets the requirements of Publication Ethics; that the author consents to processing personal data;

b) expert evidence that permits to publish the results of the research publicly and confirms that the article does not contain any classified information;

c) referee report of an expert on the subject of the research – Doctor of Science, Professor;

d) post-graduate students are to submit a report from a research advisor and a Proof of Post-graduate Student Status that confirms pursuing state-subsidized post-graduate studies, states the apprenticeship and which is signed by the Head of the establishment.

Question: What are footnotes and reference list requirements?

Answer: Footnotes and reference list are made according to the GOST R 7.0.5-2008 requirements. There must be at least 10 references given in an alphabetical list at the end of an article. All references to sources are given in square brackets with indication of the source number given in the reference list and the page of the citation.

Question: Is it necessary to section an article?

Answer: An article should contain the following sections:

1) an abstract in Russian and in English in paragraphs (is not to exceed 500 typographical units);

2) keywords in Russian and in English (are not to exceed 7);

3) a text part containing the following:
topicality of the problem being investigated;
research data and methods;
results and discussion;
resume;

4) a reference list.

Question: Where is the journal indexed and what is the impact factor?

Answer: The journal is indexed in Russian Science Citation Index. The impact factor of the journal in RSCI in 2014 is 0,111.

Archive

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Under Construction

The scientific edition has launched a new website

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The scientific edition “I. Yakovlev Chuvash State Pedagogical University Bulletin” has launched a new website.

On the website there is information on the journal, policy of the journal, publication ethics, editorial board and editorial staff, article review guideline.

To help authors on the website there are article requirements, abstract and keyword requirements, footnotes and reference list requirements, a sample article. One can also find sample documents and the answers to the questions in the section “Questions and Answers”.

The guide for reviewers is provided on the site, too.

The issues of the journal since 2010 are available on the site.

May 20, 2015

Editor Responsibilities

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- selection and publication. The editorial board should follow an independent policy on selection and publication of manuscripts, should not favour authors according to their gender identity, race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, political position and others that have no relevance to scientific value of a manuscript;

- decision making. When making a decision on publication of a manuscript or rejection of there must be no conflict of interest. A manuscript may be rejected only if there is a solid reason for it (the thematic scope of a manuscript is not relevant to the thematic scope of the journal; a manuscript is of evidently poor quality; a manuscript has already been published; a manuscript discord with the ethical principles of the journal, etc.);

- quality assurance. Editors should make every effort to provide excellent quality and integrity of manuscripts. Editors must not admit manuscripts which are of no scientific value, which do not correlate with the thematic scope of the journal or its policy and ethics; editors should provide qualified reviewers for peer reviewing; if required editors must be ready to publish corrections, explanations, apologies;

- confidentiality. Editors must not disclose information submitted to the third parties except to those who are engaged in publication process (author(s), reviewers, members of the editorial staff), must provide the effectiveness of blind review which implies that an author does not know a review and a review does not know an author;

- ethic and respect. Editors must observe copyright, demonstrate regardful and respectful attitude to authors and their research works, not impose their own scientific ideas, do their work carefully and coordinate editorial correction with authors.

Reviewer Responsibilities

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- confidentiality. Any manuscripts received for review must be treated as confidential documents, and must be neither shown to others nor used for personal advantage;

- objectivity. Reviewers are to conduct their reviews as objectively as possible, refraining from engaging in personal criticism of the author(s); to express their views clearly, explaining and justifying all recommendations made; to provide detailed and constructive feedback to assist the author(s) in improving their work;

- promptness. Reviewers who have accepted manuscript assignments are normally expected to submit their reviews within the terms determined be the editorial board. They should remove themselves from the assignment if it becomes apparent to them at any stage that they do not possess the required expertise to perform the review, or that they may have a potential conflict of interest in performing the review;

- manuscript assessment. Reviewers should call to the responsible editor’s attention any major resemblances between a manuscript under consideration and other published articles or papers of which they are aware, as well as any concerns they might have in relation to the ethical acceptability of the research reported in the manuscript. Reviewers should also identify in their reviews relevant published work that has not been cited by the author(s), together with any instances in which proper attribution of sources has not been provided.

Author Responsibilities

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-​ originality of work and no plagiarism. By submitting a manuscript to, the author(s) warrant that the manuscript is their own original work and that it has neither been published previously nor is currently being considered for publication elsewhere. They also warrant that the sources of any ideas and/or words in the manuscript that are not their own have been properly attributed through appropriate citations and/or quotes;

-​ information veracity and accuracy. The research results in a manuscript must veracious and accurate, there must be no false statements or erroneous data;

-​ authorship. Only those individuals who have made a substantive contribution should be listed as authors (to those whose contributions are indirect or marginal acknowledgments should be expressed). Authors’ names should be listed in the article in order of their contribution to the article, and all authors take responsibility for their own contributions. The corresponding author must ensure that all appropriate co-authors and no inappropriate co-authors are included on the article, and that all listed co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the article and agreed to its publication. The corresponding author must ensure that all listed co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the article and agreed to its publication;

-​ consideration of conflict of interest. Authors should reveal any financial or any other significant conflict of interest that could be interpreted as a contributing factor of the research results. All sources of financial support for the research should be disclosed in the manuscript (data on grants, other sources of financial support and other forms of support);

-​ correction of errors. Where an author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in an article of his/hers that has been published in the journal, he/she has an obligation to promptly notify the editors and cooperate with them to correct the article or retract it as appropriate.

Publication Ethics

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The editorial board and editorial staff follow the ethical principles based on guidelines and standards developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)), and suggest that authors, reviewers, editors, representatives of the edition should follow these principles.

For Authors

For Reviewers

For Editors

Footnotes and Reference List Requirements

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1.​ The post-article reference list (References) is made according to the GOST R 7.0.5-2008 requirements.

2.​ All references to sources are given in square brackets with indication of the source number given in the reference list and the page of the citation, e.g. [2, p. 14].

3.​ There must be at least 10 references.

4.​ The author assumes full responsibility for accuracy of citations, names, proper names, digital data as well as for certainty of facts and events described in the manuscript.

EXAMPLES

BOOKS

Author A. A. Title of Book : type of publication (a text-book, study guide, etc.). – City : Publishing house, year. – Number of pages.

Example:

Andreeva E. A. Development of pedagogical orientation of a person at educational and vocational training. – Cheboksary : Chuvash State Pedagogical University, 2013. – 161 p.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Author A. A. Title of Article // Title of Journal. – Year. – Number. – Relevant pages.

Example:

Belyaeva A. V. Information cooperation as a factor of personal development // Higher education in Russia. – 2005. – № 7. – P. 7076.

ARTICLES IN COLLECTONS OF SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

Author A. A. Title of Article // Title of Collection of scientific articles : type of publication (collection of scientific articles, conference proceedings). – City, year. – Relevant pages.

Example:

1. Afanasyeva E. S. Patriotic education of schoolchildren within the programme «Be a citizen» // Patriotic education of a citizen in modern Russia : All-Russian research and practice conference proceedings. – Cheboksary, 2013. – P. 12–16.

2. Pavlov I. V., Pavlov V. I. Patriotic education of students as a social and pedagogical issue // Patriotic education of: experiment, issues, prospects : collection of scientific articles. – Cheboksary, 2009. – P. 5–18.

THESIS, SYNOPSIS OF THESIS

Author A. A. Title of Work : type of publication (thesis, synopsis of thesis) : course code – City, year. – Number of pages.

Example:

1. Baburova I. V. Formation of value attitude at schoolchildren in learning process: synopsis of thesis … of Doctor of Pedagogics : 13.00.01. – Smolensk, 2009. – 44 p.

2. Butylov N. V. Foreign lexis in Mordovian languages : thesis … of Doctor of Philology : 10.02.22. – Yoshkar-Ola, 2006. – 382 p.

ELECTRONIC SOURCES

1. Laricheva E. A. Formation and development of innovative culture at businesses [Electronic source]. – URL : http://science-bsea.bgita.ru/2013/ekonom_2013_19/laricheva_form.htm.

2. Loktionova N. M., Zhivotikova I. A. On functional lexis [Electronic source] // Modern problems of science and education. – 2013. – № 6. – URL : www.science-education.ru/113-11729.

Abstract and Keyword Requirements

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Abstract Requirements

An abstract is a brief summary of a research article. It presents the main conclusions of the reported research.

The abstract should be structured according to the IMRAD (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion) principle as follows: a) introduction – relevance, goals and objectives of the research; b) methods – description of when, where and how the research was carried out; what information, methods were used; who was included into the test group; c) results – main conclusions (particulars), research findings; d) discussion – discussing the extent to which the result obtained is consistent with findings of other scientists; research prospects, research potential leading to new insight, challenges.

The abstract must be written in a simple and clear way without any extra details or figures.

The abstract is provided in the Russian and English languages.

The abstract should be at least 500 printed characters in size.

Keywords Requirements

Keywords should be concise and reflect the content and specifics of a manuscript.

Keywords are provided in the Russian and English languages.

The number of keywords should be not more than 7.

Requirements for articles to be published

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The Bulletin publishes articles on topical problems in Biological, Philological and Pedagogical Sciences. These articles are not to be published before and not to be submitted for publishing in other editions. Thematic focus of the Bulletin corresponds to the nomenclature of scientific specialties: 03.00.00 Biological Sciences; 10.00.00 Philological Sciences; 13.00.00 Pedagogical Sciences.

The Bulletin does not publish large articles divided into pieces; articles containing the results of not finished research and containing no particular conclusions.

The article is to contain:

a) Universal Decimal Classification identifier;

b) a title in Russian and in English (in bold lowercase letters);

c) authors’ initials in Russian and in English (in bold lowercase letters) – the amount of co-authors is not to exceed 4 people;

d) a full title of the organization and city where the research was held (in italics);

e) a distinct abstract in Russian and in English in paragraphs (is not to exceed 500 typographical units);

f) keywords in Russian and in English (is not to exceed 7);

g) a text part containing the following:

topicality of the problem being investigated;

research data and methods;

​results and discussion;

resume;

h)​ bibliography.

At the end of an article there is to be the information on authors in Russian and English: family name, first name, patronymic name, academic degree, academic title, position, place of employment; personal address with a postcode (to send the copy of an issue), contact telephone number, e-mail; scientific specialty according to which an investigation is held. Authors are to sign the document which confirms the consent to transfer the authority for publishing and distribution to the editorial board of the Bulletin.

The following is to be enclosed to the article:

a) a letter headed covering letter that writes publication of the article in the Bulletin does not infringe copyright; that the article never been published before, has not been and will not be submitted to any other editions; that the article meets the requirements of Publication Ethics; that the author consents to processing personal data;

b) an expert evidence that permits to publish the results of the research publicly and confirms that the article does not contain any classified information;

c) a referee report of an expert on the subject of the research – Doctor of Science, Professor;

d) Post-graduate Students are to submit a report from a research advisor and a Proof of Post-graduate Student Status that confirms pursuing state-subsidized post-graduate studies, states the apprenticeship and which is signed by the Head of the establishment.

Articles are to be submitted in two formats: in printed version and in electronic version (on a CD). The electronic version is to coincide with the printed one.

Article submission guidelines:

1.​ Article is to be printed on one page of a sheet of A4 with the margins: left = 3 cm, right, top, bottom = 2 cm.

2.​ Times New Roman font, font size is14 points. Paragraph indent is 1 cm. Line spacing is 1.5. The typesetting is carried out in Microsoft Word in *.doc or *.rtf with full justification and wordwrap. When using other fonts, they are to be submitted to the editorial office in an electronic folder.

3.​ The size of an article is be minimum 10 pages and to exceed 16 pages in electronic version.

4.​ Tables are to contain experimental data and to be generalised and statistically processed results of the research. Every table is to be titled and numbered and to be referred to in the text.

5.​ The number of illustrations is not to exceed 4. The data mentioned in illustrations should not coincide with the data in tables. Illustrations are to be distinct, easily-reproducible, numbered, to be referred to in the text, to have captions and definitions of all the icons. full-colour illustrations are not permitted. The font size in diagrams is 9.

6.​ Formulae and alphabetical symbols in text are to be carried out in Microsoft Equation 3.0. The fond for Greek letters – Symbol, for the rest – Times New Roman, font size is10 points, big classification mark – 7, small classification mark – 5. Bulky designations in formulae are not welcome. Formulae are centered on page and numbered if necessary.

7.​ The contraction of words, names, titles, except for generally accepted contractions of measures, physical quantities, mathematical variables and terms, is possible only in case the full variant is provided.

Bibliography is to contain at least 10 sources. It is an alphabetical listing in compliance with the effective National State Standard (NSS 7.0.5-2008).

References are to be provided in square brackets where the number from bibliography and the page (if necessary) of a quotation are given.

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