All articles submitted to the editorial board are subject to mandatory review in the following order:

  • The sent text is checked by the secretary of the editorial board for compliance with the subject matter of the collection and the general requirements for registration. In case of inconsistency of the topic and / or article presented with the issue of the collection, the article is returned to the author with relevant comments. If the author decides to fix the disadvantages, he may submit the article a second time. </ Li>

  • The text of the article is checked for plagiarism (using the Advego Plagiatus software). The uniqueness of the content of the article text (without titles, annotations and list of used literature) should be not less than 90%. In case of exceeding this limit, the article is returned to the author without the possibility of re-submitting it for review by the editorial board. </ Li>

  • If the text of the article has successfully passed the test for plagiarism, the editor-in-chief will pass the article to the reviewer to prepare an expert opinion on the expediency of publishing the submitted material in the collection. In this case, the reviewer does not have information about the author of the article, and the author does not receive information about the reviewer (the editorial board adheres to the principle of double blind review). You can review the review form here . </ Li>

  • The reviewer evaluates (on a 10-point scale): relevance, scientific and practical significance, originality of the ideas outlined, adequacy of the methodical research tools and general presentation of the material. If, according to a certain criterion, the reviewer gives an assessment less than 5 points, he should comment on such a decision. If the overall score of the reviewer is less than 30 points, the editorial disclaims the material provided, as reported by the author. If the reviewer’s rating varies within 30-60 points, the editorial board informs the author of the comments and comments made by the reviewer, as well as the final decision on publication of the article. The author may be asked to refine the text and re-submit the article to the editor. It should be borne in mind that in the event of a substantial improvement of the material, the article may be re-reviewed. If the reviewer gives a positive assessment of the submitted material, the article is accepted for publication, which the editor informs the author. </ Li>
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