Article formatting requirements 

1. The volume of articles should not exceed 20 pages of typewritten text (a standard page is 1,800 characters with spaces, including tables, figures and a list of references).

2. When typing the article, a Word text editor and Times New Roman font are used (point size – 14, line spacing – 1.5 mm, paragraph indentation – 1.25 cm, margins on the left, right, top and bottom – 20 mm).

3. The text is printed to the full width of the page (it is not divided into columns) and aligned to the width.

4. Pages are numbered at the top of the page, centered, the first page is not numbered.

5. Manual hyphens and extra spaces are not used.

6. In the Russian-language text, quotation marks “chevrons” are used, when highlighting the quotes in the in foreign language texts “inverted commas” are used.

7. The punctuation and graphical difference between “–” (dash: “Ctrl” + “Alt” + “minus” on the right numeric keypad) and “-” (hyphen) must be used.

8. Different measures and abbreviations like “g.” (year) must be given after a non-breaking space sign (“Shift” + “Ctrl” + “Space”), which marks the prohibition of separating them when typesetting from the number or word they define. The same rule is applied to initials and surnames.

9. For linguistic reasons, a non-breaking space is mandatory between initials.

10. Illustrations (black-and-white figures, tables, graphs, diagrams, etc.) are given separately (in separate files and on separate printed pages). The recommended file format is *jpg. Scanned materials must have a resolution of at least 300 dpi.

11. Requirements for article parts formatting.

12. Example of article parts formatting.

13. An example of the design of out-of-text links (list of references).