Properly prepared text increases the chances of publication in the journal
Requirements for the structure and content of the article
Structure of a scientific article
1. UDC (determined by the author himself. A possible resource for determining the UDC of the article: http://teacode.com/online/udc) 2. Title of the article in Russian. Information about the author in Russian: surname, first name, patronymic (in full), place of work (in imp.), position (in imp.), academic degrees and titles, location of work (city, country), e-mail address of the author. An abstract (in Russian). 5. Key words (in Russian). 6. Title of article in English. 7. Information about the author in English: surname, first name, patronymic (in full), place of work, position, academic degrees and titles (in full), location of work. 8. Abstract (abstract in English). 9. Keywords (keywords in English). 10. Main part of the article. 11. Bibliography in Russian. 12. bibliography in English (transliteration).
Requirements for materials sent for publication and structural elements of scientific articles
Articles submitted to the publisher must correspond to the profile of the scientific periodical and the subject of the journal, as well as the requirements for scientific publications. They must be relevant, new, have scientific and practical significance, as well as theoretical and practical value.
The editorial board does not accept materials prepared in the format of an abstract. The author should not only demonstrate a good knowledge of the issue under discussion and the works of scientists who studied it before, but also bring a certain scientific novelty to his publication. Selected excerpts from theses, books, and monographs are not accepted for publication, since the style of such materials does not correspond to the journal genre, and materials previously published in other journals are also not accepted.
Requirements for abstracts
The abstract is a concise summary of the essence of the material, makes it possible to identify the main content of the document, determine its relevance, and allows you to decide whether to refer to the full document. An abstract is used in information systems, including automated systems, to search for documents and information.
The abstract reflects:
- the subject, purpose of the paper; - the method or methodology of the research; - research results; - field of application of the results; - novelty; - conclusions.
The allowable length of the abstract is from 150 to 200 words.
It is recommended to use the following phrases in the abstract: "The subject of research is...", "The object of research is...", "The methods/methodology of...", "The following aspects are considered...", "The main conclusions are", "The author's contribution to research is...", "It is determined/identified/established...", "This article deals with the problem. ...", "The idea that ...", "The comparison of ...", "The problems of ...", "The author concludes ...", "The features of ...", "The concepts of ...", "The experience of ...", "The position that ..." etc.
Keywords express the main semantic content of the article, serve as a guide for the reader and are used to find articles in electronic databases, so they should reflect the discipline (field of science in which the article is written), topic, purpose and object of research. The main requirement imposed on the keywords is a strict definition of their meaning.
As keywords can be used as single words, as well as word combinations in singular and nominative case.
The number of keywords - at least 10 in Russian and English, the number of words within a phrase - no more than three.
The keywords can be words, terminological phrases, phrases (in exceptional cases), abbreviations, numerical characteristics, proper names, symbolic designations. Common terms (method, methods, principle, properties, problems, application, etc.) are given in keywords only in combination with other words that narrow their meaning. For example: risk assessment, coordinate method, tactical and technical characteristics (not: risk, method, characteristics). Adjectives are used in combination with nouns to achieve strict definiteness of meaning.
Requirements for the main body of the article
The text of the article must be carefully proofread and checked. Authors are responsible for the content of the article, for the accuracy of the facts, quotations, statistics and other data, names and other information given in the article.
The article should clearly indicate the relevance, scientific significance, methodology, purpose of research, results, and conclusions, as well as provide an exhaustive analysis of relevant sources.
Content-wise, the text should be divided into sections. The sections "Introduction" and "Conclusion" are obligatory. In addition, the presence of headings, reflecting the semantic blocks of the work, such as review of research literature, research methodology, the results of research, discussion of the results of research, is welcome.
Borrowings and citations
When submitting an article to the editors, it should be provided with a screenshot of the check for borrowings, carried out through the service antiplagiat.ru
The editors reserve the right to refuse to publish the article or to send it for substantial revision in case of detection of borrowings, as well as excessive quoting of sources without any apparent reason. The percentage of originality recommended by the publisher is 75-80%.
The recommended volume of the article is up to 28,000 characters with spaces (increasing the volume is possible by agreement with the editorial board).
Requirements for references, footnotes and bibliography
The presence of references to sources in the material sent for publication is mandatory.
Footnotes are made page by page with a continuous numbering.
The bibliography is a list of works cited by the author in the material submitted for publication. The list does not include Internet sources, normative acts, materials of judicial and investigative practice.
These elements of the article are executed according to the requirements of the publishing house, based on GOST 7.0.5-2008. Bibliographic References, and GOST 7.1-2003. Bibliographic Record. Bibliographic description. In case of gross violations of the standards specified in these GOSTs, the editorial board may return the article for revision.
Examples of design:
Ivanov I.I. Criminal Code of the Russian Federation: comments of law enforcers. // Criminal Law. - 2012. - №3. - С. 81-97.
Weber J. Logistikmanagement. Stuttgart: Schaffer-Poeschel, 1998. XV, 392 s.
Technical requirements for the design of articles
- A4 format with portrait orientation; - the text is typed in the editor Microsoft Word, saved with the extension *.doc or *.rtf; - the font of the main text - Times New Roman, size (pins) - 14; - the font of footnotes and references - Times New Roman, size (pins) - 10; - margins: top - 2,5 cm, bottom - 2,0 cm, left - 2,75 cm, right - 2,25 cm; - the style is "Normal" or "Without interval"; - the text is aligned to the page width; - line spacing (line spacing) - 1.5 cm; - Paragraph indent - 1,23 cm - page numbering is continuous, in Arabic numerals, in the top center of the page, the number on the first page is not inserted; - the title of the article should be typed in lower-case letters; - the titles are in bold type and center aligned; - a comma is used to separate decimal points; - units are given in SI system; - quotation marks are herringbones (" "), quotation marks inside the quoted text are "paws" (" "); - where appropriate, a short dash is used; - dates in the text: 1920s, 1920s, 1540s-1550s, January 1, 2010, April 2020; - dates in parentheses are given without the year: (1932-1933); - abbreviations and initials are given with a forced space, e.g., i.e., e.d., M.N. Ivanov; - abbreviations are deciphered when they are first mentioned (e.g., Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, hereinafter referred to as the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation); - it is allowed to use Roman numerals in the following cases: nineteenth century, Henry IV, etc. Figures, graphic images, diagrams, charts are placed after the text they illustrate. The captions are placed below the elements and are designated accordingly: Table 1, Figure 1, Scheme 1. If the element is the only one, a serial number is not necessary. Figures, diagrams, schemes are executed in black and white, using, if necessary, shades of gray to fill in the fragments. The editorial board may request the source materials of the indicated elements to reproduce them in the printed version.
Russian Justice" magazine welcomes openness, honesty, goodwill, communication skills, striving for research and knowledge in its relations with authors and readers.
In accordance with the ethical rules and standards adopted by leading international scientific publishing houses, the editorial board has adopted ethical principles, compliance with which is mandatory for all participants in the process of publishing scientific materials - for authors, reviewers, members of the editorial board and editorial board, leading editors and the publisher.
The publication of the submitted material is carried out in accordance with the work plan of the editorial board, taking into account the need to form various headings in each issue of the journal and the provision of funding for the journal issue.
1. responsibility of the authors 1.1 By sending the article to the editorial board, the authors thereby confirm that this article is not under consideration in the editorial board of another journal, and that it has not been published earlier. 1.2 Authors are responsible for the content of the article. Only original scientific data should be used in the articles. In the case of borrowing materials from other researchers, an appropriate and correct reference must be made. The results discussed in the article must meet the criterion of reproducibility by other researchers. All methods of data processing, as well as the logic of their interpretation should be absolutely transparent. 1.3 Submitting the text of the work for publication, the author guarantees the correctness of all information about himself, the absence of plagiarism and other forms of illegal borrowing in the manuscript of the work, the proper design of all borrowed text, tables, diagrams, illustrations. The authors are responsible for voluntary or involuntary plagiarism. Unauthorized borrowing and reproduction of any elements of the article (text, graphics, primary data, etc.) is absolutely unacceptable. Borrowed elements reproduced with the consent of the copyright holders must be presented in the correct form and be accompanied by an appropriate reference. 1.4 Authors are responsible for indicating the sources of financial support of the project, the results of which are described in the article submitted for consideration, as well as for indicating the persons who contributed to the research. 1.5 Information obtained privately, i.e. in correspondence, conversation or discussion with third parties, or obtained in the course of providing confidential services, may be used or communicated only with permission in writing from the source of such information. 1.6 If the author discovers a material error or inaccuracy in his own already published article, he must immediately notify the journal editor or publisher and cooperate with the editor in withdrawing or correcting the publication. If the editor or publisher learns from a third party that a published work contains a material error and informs the author of such a defect, it is the author's duty to promptly send corrections or provide evidence to the editorial board of the correctness of the data in his/her article. 1.7 The author can initiate the publication of the article, which has already been published in his/her native language, in translation. Such cases are subject to special consideration at the meeting of the editorial board, subject to mandatory compliance with ethical principles by all parties involved. 2 Responsibilities of the journal editors 2.1 Editorial Board accepts for consideration previously unpublished articles, which represent an original scientific research or a detailed review of any topic, corresponding to the general direction of the Journal. In the case of detection of previously published work, which repeats the results of the article under consideration by more than 30% according to the results of checking by "Anti-plagiarism" program, the editorial board reserves the right to refuse the authors to publish the article. 2.2 Journal editors are responsible for making decisions about the articles offered for consideration. The basis for the decision of the editorial board to accept an article for publication or refuse to publish it is solely the scientific value of the article, its importance for scientific progress and quality of preparation. 2.3 Editors and members of the editorial board do not have the right to disclose information about articles received to the editorial board to anyone, except for a narrow circle of people who are directly related to the article and the process of its preparation for publication. 2.4 The editors of the journal should become acquainted in detail with the original information contained in the articles during the review process, but under no circumstances may they use it for their own research or other personal purposes. The use of such information is allowed only after the official publication of the article with correct citation in accordance with generally accepted requirements. 2.5 The editors of the journal should under no circumstances impose on the authors the citation of articles published in the journal "Russian Justice" in order to artificially improve the scientometric indicators of the journal. 2.6 Editors must ensure control over the accuracy and correctness of citations in the article approved for publication. 2.7 Editors must evaluate scientific articles by their intellectual content, regardless of the race, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnic origin, citizenship and political views of the authors. 3 Responsibilities of reviewers 3.1 Reviewing articles in the journal is anonymous. Authors are not told who exactly reviewed their article. However, at the request of the reviewer and with his written consent, the name of the reviewer may be disclosed to the author of the article. 3.2 Reviewers must not disclose information about articles received for review to unauthorized persons. 3.3 Reviewers may under no circumstances use in their own research or for other personal purposes the information to which they obtained access in the process of reviewing until the article is published. 3.4 In cases when a reviewer has significant comments to the reviewed article in the general positive opinion, they can be published as comments in agreement with the editorial board, and the author is given an opportunity to give a public response to the reviewer on the pages of the journal. 3.5 The reviewers should conduct a scientific review of the articles within the deadlines established by the journal editors. If it is not possible to perform reviewing within the specified period, the reviewer must immediately inform the editorial board about it. 3.6 When reviewing articles reviewers should strive for maximum objectivity. The only criterion for evaluating an article is its scientific significance. Any decisions based on any personal preferences of the reviewer are not allowed. If a conflict of interest in any form exists or arises between the reviewer and the author, the reviewer must immediately notify the journal editorial board of this and refuse to review. 4. Conflict of Interest All the persons concerned should avoid any form of conflict of interest at all stages of the process of submitting the article for publication. In the event of any form of conflict of interest, the person who first discovers such a conflict should immediately report it to the editorial board. The same applies to any violation of generally accepted ethical norms and rules.
Identification of articles
Each article is assigned an eLIBRARY Document Number (EDN) and a DOI (Digital Object Identifier).
eLIBRARY Document Number (EDN) is a unique code assigned to all documents on the eLIBRARY.RU
platform. Its use and dissemination will help to more effectively solve a number of problems that arise
when working with scientific information.
DOI (Digital Object Identifier) – is an international standard for naming information presented on the
Internet about various digital objects, including your publication.
DOI is a unique string of letters and numbers, which is a kind of "digital passport" of an article or book
with an exact indication of the path (link) to its permanent location on the Internet.
The standards for using DOI are developed by the International DOI Foundation (IDF). There are 10 DOI
registration agencies in the world. Identifiers for scientific publications are registered by the Scientific
Electronic Library eLIBRARY.ru, with which the Editorial Board of the journal "Russian Justice" cooperates.
Digital Storage Publication Policy
The journal uses the institutional repository of the Russian Scientific Electronic Library eLIBRARY.ru as a digital archive: information about the journal. In addition, the full texts of the journal's articles are stored on the publisher's server and can be found via the journal's home page.