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Instructions for Authors

INFORMATION FOR THE AUTHORS OF “THE RULE-OF-LAW STATE: THEORY AND PRACTICE” JOURNAL
The editorial board of “The Rule-of-Law State: Theory and Practice” journal considers the previously unpublished copyrighted material as the original, problematic and controversial articles, literature, lecture, report reviews on research activities, research programs and researches, as well as scientific results of dissertations for scientific degrees of candidate and doctor of sciences in the field of state and law and legal sciences.
The materials should be sent by e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or via an online form of the journal website http://www.pravgos.ru/. A downloadable file with an article should be submitted in Microsoft Word format (with the following extensions: *.doc, *.docx, *.rtf).
Or it should be presented on a reliable optical media (only CD-R) sent by mail (by regular mail or by parcel post) to the following address: 450005, Russia, the city of Ufa, Dostoevsky Street, 131, r. 319. Editorial of “The Rule-of-Law State: Theory and Practice” journal.
 The materials should be drawn up strictly in accordance with the requirements set out below and should be carefully proofread.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS TO ARTICLES
The authors, who study at the graduate schools of public universities and eligible to a free publication of their research materials in priority order, have to provide a certificate from the graduate school of the approved form. A graduate student article may be published free of charge provided that he is the sole author of the work. The articles which a graduate student creates as a co-author shall not be accepted for a free publication.
The authors who do not have a scientific degree, have to submit a supervisor's review and the extract from the Department meeting minutes on the recommendations for publication. Reviews, as well as the statements and information about the study at graduate school, certified according to the approved forms with a university seal, are sent by regular mail to the editorial office. The scanned copies of all documents are attached to an email as separate files with .jpg or .pdf extensions.
The authors, who have a degree, must attach 2 reviews to their work from the experts in the area under study (usually with a PhD degree), signed and stamped at the main work place of the reviewers.
The availability of article reviews increases the author’s chances for a positive solution of the editorial board and the early publication of the article. A review is made in any form. The following conclusion is obligatory: "This article may be recommended for a publication in a scientific journal from the SAC list". The presence of a signature and a seal is also obligatory.
In some cases, if there are some desired experts among the editorial board members, the author may notify the editorial board on the need of an article review in a written form. This service is optional and shall be paid.
An article written as a review has an obligatory attachment of a reviewed publication.
The responsibility for the accuracy of the facts, digital, graphic, or any other data, as well as for the accuracy of the quoted text and the absence of legal obstacles for the information layout is entirely borne by the author. The provision of an application to the editorial confirms the full consent of the authors on the processing and publication of provided personal information.
The provision of an application to the editorial confirms the full consent of the authors with the public offer for the distribution of submitted materials in full by electronic and printed versions of the journal without paying copyright royalties. In case of any copyright restrictions on the submitted materials, the author is obliged to notify the publisher about it.
The members of the editorial board get acquainted with an article [an article passes an obligatory double-blind peer review, besides external reviews (the reviewer does not know the manuscript authors, the authors of the manuscript do not know the reviewers)] and they decide on the possibility of its publication within a month. An editor informs an author on the decision of the editorial board. The editorial board member comments are not reported to the author. The editorial board does not discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the article with an author. The opinions and conclusions of the author are not necessarily shared by the editorial board and the editorial board members.
The receipt of the article to the editorial confirms the full consent of the authors with these requirements.
The materials furnished with violation of these requirements will be rejected, and the authors are offered to complete the text.
The reprinting of the materials published in the journal is allowed only with the written consent of a publisher.
The editors may make changes to the texts which do not distort the meaning of copyright materials.
REQUIREMENTS FOR COPYRIGHT MATERIALS REGISTRATION
- The volume of the full text of a manuscript
- An average volume of a text makes 20000 signs, including information about the author, title, abstract, key words, tables, figures and references.
 - In special cases a larger volume publication is allowed according to the editorial board decision.
- The number of authors for a single article shall make no more than 3 people.
Format of the text of a manuscript
- The text of a manuscript shall be typed in Microsoft Word or in a functionally identical alternative software, in A4 format with the margins of 25 mm. A file shall have the following extensions: .doc., .rtf or .docx (Microsoft Word). 
- The alignment according to the left, the first line indent makes 1 cm, the line spacing is one and a half (1,5), Times New Roman font, the font size is 14.
- An automatic hyphenation is not allowed.
The sequence of material presentation (each item starts with a new line):
It is necessary to provide photos of the author in the ipeg format (for posting on the site).
1. UDC index - in bold type;
2. The work title (in bold capital letters), which accurately reflects the work content
3. The authors of the article: surname, name, patronymic of the author should be indicated in full, (IVANOV Ivan Ivanovich). If there are several authors (no more than three), the name of each next author begins with a new line. 
4. Information about the author (without abbreviations and in this sequence) - academic degree, academic status, position, place of work, department, full official name of the institution, organization, city, country, e-mail.
For authors it is important to stick to the indication of one place of work, since the data on the membership of the organization are one of the main defining features for the identification of the author. The author's profile is created automatically when all the data for the 2 publications coincide.
5. Abstract
The amount of text for an abstract should be at least 100 and no more than 250 words.
BRIEF RECOMMENDATIONS TO WRITE AUTHOR’S ABSTRACTS TO ARTICLES
The abstract performs the following functions:
- gives the opportunity to determine the main content of the document, define its relevance and  decide whether to refer to the full text of the document;
- provides information about the document and eliminates the need to read the full text of the document if the document is of secondary interest to the reader;
- used in information, including automated, systems for searching documents and information.
The author's abstract is closer in its content, structure, goals and tasks to the essay. This is a concise, precise presentation of the contents of the document, including the main facts and conclusions of the work. The text of the author's abstract should be concise and clear, free from background information, and be distinguished by the convincing language.
The abstract includes the following aspects of the content of the article:
- subject, theme, aim of the work;
- method or methodology of the work;
- results of work;
- area of application of the results;
- conclusions.
The sequence of the presentation of the content of the article can be changed by starting with a presentation of the results of the work and conclusions.
The subject, theme, and aim of the work are indicated if they are not clear from the title of the article.
The method or methodology of the work should be described if they are new or interesting from the point of view of this paper. The sources of data and the nature of their processing are shown in the abstracts of documents describing some experimental work.
The results of the work are described extremely accurately and informatively. The main theoretical and experimental results, actual data, discovered relationships and regularities are presented.
At the same time, preference is given to new results and long-term value data, important discoveries, conclusions that disprove existing theories, as well as data that, in the author's opinion, are of practical importance.
Conclusions can be accompanied by recommendations, estimates, suggestions, and hypotheses, described in the article.
The information contained in the title of the article should not be repeated in the text of the abstract. You should avoid unnecessary introductory phrases (for example, "the author of the article considers ...").
Historical references, if they do not constitute the main content of the document, descriptions of previously published works and well-known provisions are not given in the abstract.
In the text of the abstract one should use the syntactic constructions inherent in the language of scientific and technical documents, avoid complex grammatical constructions (not applicable in scientific English).
In the text of the abstract, one should use significant words from the text of the article.
Abbreviations and symbols, in addition to those commonly used (including in English special texts), are used in exceptional cases or their definitions are given at the first use.
Units of physical quantities should be given in the international SI system.
The value in the system of units used in the source document can be displayed in parentheses next to the value in the SI system.
The abstract does not refer to the publication number in the list of references to the article.
The volume of the text of the abstract within the general position is determined by the contents of the document (the amount of information, its scientific value and / or practical meaning).
The author's resume performs the function of an independent source of information.
 6. Key words (no less than 10 words) contribute to articles indexing in search systems. Phrases can consist of no more than 2 words. They must match in pairs in Russian and English.
7. Article title - in capital bold. The name in English should be in full accordance with the Russian-language name and competently compiled from the point of view of the English language.
8. Author’s name (surname, name, patronymic of the author) should be written in transliteration in accordance with the foreign passport (IVANOV Ivan Ivanovich). The arbitrary choice of transliteration by each editor (publisher or the author himself) makes it difficult to identify and combine data on his publications and citations under one profile (the identifier is author's ID).
9. Information about the author (About the author). It is necessary to indicate the OFFICIAL ENGLISH-NAME OF THE INSTITUTION. The most complete list of institutions names and their official English version can be found at RUNEB website http://elibrary.ru
10. Abstract. The English-language version of the abstract of the article (summary) should, according to the meaning and structure, fully correspond to the Russian-language and be literate in terms of English. When translating annotations, English-language special terminology should be used.
11.Key words MUST fully comply with the Russian-language ones.
12. The text of the article. The text provided by the article should contain an introductory part, which describes the purpose, the materials, the sources and the methods of research. Then the results of the study, their discussion, summary, or conclusions are followed.
• Double or more spaces are not allowed when typing an article.
• Paragraphs "red line" should be set automatically (1 cm.), Using the "Tab" key.
• Abbreviations and abbreviations in the text except for common ones should be disclosed at the first mention (excluding the annotation). Abbreviations from several words are separated by spaces (760 mm Hg), except for the most common ones (etc., ie.).
• At the first mention of a person the initials are specified which are separated by a space from the surname, for example, Petrov I.I. Between the initials and the surname there is always a space: А.А. Ivanov. In order to avoid breaking initials and surnames when automatically wrapping words on a new line, it is recommended to use a non-breaking space (Ctrl-Alt-space).
• When mentioning foreign names in parentheses, their original spelling is given (with the exception of the well-known names found in the encyclopedia and the names referenced in the references list). When mentioning foreign educational institutions, establishments, firms, as well as foreign geographical names (except generally known) in Russian transcription, it is necessary to indicate in their brackets their original writing or writing in English. All newly introduced or rarely used translation terms should be accompanied by the corresponding terms in the original language, indicated in parentheses.
• The years are indicated only in digital form: 1920-th; The XXth century; XVIII-XIX centuries. The years and centuries are given only in an abbreviated form: c; cc; y.; y-s. All dates in the format "date.month.year" are typed as follows: 02.05.1991, 26.12.1874, etc.
• Dimensions are separated from the number by a space (100 m, 77 kg, 50 m / s), except degrees, percentage: 90 °, 20 ° C, 50%. The main condition is the consistency of writing. When enumerating, as well as specifying the numerical intervals, the dimension is given only for the last number (15-20 m / s, 100-120 km / h), except for angular degrees. Angular degrees never fall: 5 ° - 10 °, and not 5-10 °. Degrees of Celsius: 5 ° C, not 5 °.
• References to figures and tables are typed with spaces (Figure 1, Table 2).
• Quotes and parentheses are not separated by spaces from the words enclosed in them: (for example, ...), (a); But not (for example, ...), (a).
• There is a space between the number, paragraph and number sign: No. 1; § 5.65.
• Numbers with letters in the notations are typed without spaces: IVd; 1.з.14а; Fig. 1e.
• In geographical names, a space is inserted after the point: p. Yenisei, Novosibirsk.
• When specifying page numbers (numeric intervals), spaces between numbers and dashes are not set: C. 28-33, not C. 28-33.
• The letter “ё” is typed only if its replacement by “e”, distorts the meaning of the word; in all other cases only “e” is typed.
• Abbreviations: “et al., etc.” are given only at the end of a sentence. The words “as, inter alia, because” are not contracted.
• The percent or ppm sign is used with figures: 30%; 15 ‰.
 • Millions are separated from thousands and thousands are separated from hundreds by a single space (700 000, 1 560 000) or may be replaced by the corresponding contractions: bln; mln; thsnd. After the words billion and million a point is not assigned.
 • The names of currency notes are given in an abbreviated form accepted by the scientific literature: doll., r., fr., the remaining currency notes are written in full.
• Decimal numbers are typed only through a point, rather than a comma (0.25, not 0.25).
• In the text you should use double quotes. If there are quoted words in a quote, then the French quotation marks are used as external quotes («-»), and double quotes as internal ones ("-").
• The point is not put after the article’s title, authors’ names, addresses, headings and sub-headings, table names, dimensions (s - second, g - gram, min - minute, d - day, deg - degree) and in subscripts.
• The point is placed after footnotes (including in tables), notes to tables and figures, signatures to figures (but not tables), brief annotations, abbreviations (mon.-month, y. - year, mill. - million).
The text of the article provides the source links after a quote in the bracketed with Arabic numerals indicating the serial number and the page of a citation source, for example: [8, p. 290-316, 344] [1, s. 290-316. L s. 2-22, 23-30, 208-212] [12, s. 29-31, 31 backs]. Quotations must be reconciled according to the original source.
• Tables and illustrations: 
•The number of tables and illustrations in the text should make no more than 8. The tables shall be numbered and have subject names.
• The headings of columns must match exactly their content and have the units of measurement.
• The figures in the tables are arranged along the center. The units are placed under units, the tens are placed under tens etc. The abbreviations in the tables are not allowed, except for the generally accepted abbreviations.
• Illustrations must be clear, contrasting, designed for black and white printing without semitones. The illustrations are presented as embedded objects in an electronic form (in this case, the illustrations may be created by the means of Microsoft Office, and represented as graphical objects), or as separate files with .JPG .TIFF extension and with the resolution of 300 dpi. In the latter case, the file name must contain the figure number and its name.
• At the first mention of a person the initials are specified which are separated by a space from the surname.
• The years are indicated only in digital form: 1920-th; The XXth century; XVIII-XIX centuries. The years and centuries are given only in an abbreviated form: c; cc; y.; y-s. 
• The letter “ё” is typed only if its replacement by “e”, distorts the meaning of the word; in all other cases only “e” is typed.
•Abbreviations: “et al., etc.” are given only at the end of a sentence. The words “as, inter alia, because” are not contracted.
•The percent or ppm sign is used with figures: 30%; 15 ‰.
•Millions are separated from thousands and thousands are separated from hundreds by a single space (700 000, 1 560 000) or may be replaced by the corresponding contractions: bln; mln; thsnd. After the words billion and million a point is not assigned.
•The names of currency notes are given in an abbreviated form accepted by the scientific literature: doll., r., fr., the remaining currency notes are written in full.
•The French quotation marks are used in quotes («  »). If there are quoted words in a quote, they should be quoted differently "- ‖."
BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES
 The information on the cited sources is presented in accordance with the GOST 7.0.5-2008 "The system of standards on information, librarianship and publishing. Bibliography reference. General requirements".
 The mandatory elements of the description are presented in their strict sequence within the bibliographic references:
1) an author's name, his initials (typed in italics);
2) a source name;
3) a publication type according to GOST, if it is specified (monograph, textbook; collection of scientific papers; Intern. conf. materials; report abstracts, etc.);
4) a publication place; if there is more than one a semicolon is put in between them (;);
5) a publishing house or a publisher (for example: Science, Thought; Education; Kuban State University);
6) a year of publication;
7) when you make a reference to the data obtained from Internet, the following info is specified: URL: address of the primary information source and the accessed date.
 When referring to historical data the full name of an archive is put down only at the first mention, then an abbreviation is used. After the archive name the number of Fund archive, the inventory number, the case number, the sheet number (all this according to such an order) is specified. When there is a repeated reference to the same book one shall put in the following instead of its full name: Op. cit.
The information on the cited sources is presented in accordance with the GOST 7.0.5-2008 "The system of standards on information, librarianship and publishing. Bibliography reference. General requirements".
 References (the article reference lists in English)
References repeat a list of references to the Russian part, regardless of foreign source availability in it. If the list includes the references to foreign publications, they are fully repeated in the list, in the upcoming Roman alphabet. The Russian GOST 5.0.7 is not used in References. Bibliographical reference. The separating characters of the Russian GOST is not clear for the creators of international databases. The words "electronic resource" are unnecessary, especially if these words are given in transliteration.
When compiling lists of literature for foreign databases it is important to understand that the more links to Russian sources meet the requirements for foreign sources, the easier they will be perceived by the system. The better the authors and the names of the journals (and other sources) are presented in the links, the more accurate are the statistical and analytical data about them in the SCOPUS system.
The reference to the publication in the peer-reviewed scientific article is one of the main indicators of quality, or at least the readability of this publication. The paper with a respectable list of references demonstrates professional outlook and the quality of the research. The correct description of the sources used in reference lists is the guarantee that the cited publications will be taken into account when assessing the scientific activity of its authors.
The separating characters of the Russian GOST ("//" and "-") are not used in any foreign references standard, 
One may use the link http://ru.translit.net free transliteration.
In the drop-down list of "options" one should choose the option of the US Department of State (BSI) system.
 A bibliographic reference structure for Russian articles from journals should look like this:
• authors (transliteration)
• article title translation into English,
• article title in a transliterated version and in brackets,
• source name (transliteration and italics),
• output data with the description in English, or only digital data, the indication of the article language is presented in parentheses.
Example of a reference to the Russian journal article:
Step 1. Transliterate the description of the article:
Байтин М.И., Петров Д.Е. Отрасль права и отрасль зако¬нодательства // Право и политика. - 2004. - № 1. - С. 19-30.
We get: Baitin M.I., Petrov D.E. Otrasl'prava i otrasl'zakonodatel'stva // Pravo i politika. - 2004. - № 1. - S. 19-30.
Step 2. Remove the special separators between the fields ("//", "-", "."). Replace them with commas:
Baitin M.I., Petrov D.E. Otrasl’ prava i otrasl' zakonodatel'stva, Pravo i politika, 2004, № 1, S. 19-30.
Step 3. After transliteration of the article title, insert the translation of the title into English into parentheses and select the title of the journal in italics:
Baitin M.I., Petrov D.E. Otrasl’ prava i otrasl' zakonodatel'stva (Sector of law and sector of legislation), Pravo i politika, 2004, № 1, S. 19-30.
Step 4. Change "No." to "No." and the page - "S." to "pp.". It is necessary to pay attention to the fact that the first and last issues of the article must be indicated.
The source name and output data are separated from the authors and title of the article by the font type, often in italics, a point or a comma.
Names of national journals can not be reduced (transliteration and italics).
M is Moskva, SPb is Sankt-Peterburg, L is Leningrad, etc.
Variants of transliteration of bibliographic references
One to three authors
Худяков А.И. Дискуссионные вопросы предмета финансового права .Финансовое право, 2009. №3.-С.2-8.
Хопан П.М., Филипс Н„ Лоуренс Т. Искусство корпоративной забывчивости. Секрет фирмы. - 2004. - № 7. -С. 18-23.
References
Khudyakov A.I. Diskussionnye voprosy predmeta finansovogoprava (Disputable Issues of the object of financial law), finansovoe pravo, 2009, No. 3, pp. 2-8.
Kholan P.M, Filips N, lourens T, Iskusstvo korporativnoi zabyvchivosti(Art of corporate forgetfulness), Sekret ftrmy, 2004, No. 7, pp. 18-23.
Four or more authors
If the number of authors is more than four, and in the Russian version of the description, they are not listed all (it is written “and others”1, then in the transliterated version it is necessary to specify all authors.
Разработка модели инновационного управления образовательным процессом / Т.В. Крамин, M. B. Крамин, Е. А. Петрова и др. IIАктуальные проблемы экономики и права. - 2011.-№3.-С. 43-52.
References
Kramin T.V, Kramin M.V„ Petrova E.A, Vorontsova L.V. Razrabotka modeli innovatslonnogo upravlenrya obrazovatel'nym protsessom (Elaboration 
of the model of innovative management of educational process), Aktual nye Problemy Ekonomiki I Prava, 2011, No. 3, pp 43-52.
Foreign sources (unchanged)
Rennings К, Rammer Ch„ Obemdorfer U. Instrumentezur Ffoderung von Umweltinnovatlonen:
Bestandsaufnahme, Bewertung und Defizitanalyse. Umweltlxmdesamt, 2008, pp, 4-7.
Utterback J, Abernathy W A Dynamic Model of Product and rocess Innovation, Omega, 1975, vol. 3. No. 6, pp. 639-656.
Example of a reference to the Russian journal article:
Zagurenko AG, Korotovskikh VA, Kolesnikov AA, Timonov AV, Kardymon DV
Techno-economic optimization of the design of hydraulic fracturing [Tekhniko-
ekonomicheskaya optimizatsiya dizaina gidrorazryva plasta]. Neftyanoe khozyaistvo - Oil
Industry, 2008, no.11, pp. 54-57. (In Russ.).
The most accurate identification of papers from electronic journals may be obtained, if you specify a unique identifier that is used by virtually all leading international journals to identify your articles (DigitalObjectIdentifier - DOI), including Russian translated journals. DOI system is an international ISO standard (http://www.doi.org/). Therefore, if there is DOI in the article, it is desirable to specify its identifier in the list of references.
Examples of article descriptions from SCOPUS with DOI:
Yang, S.Y., Ryu, I., Kim, H.Y., Kim, J.K., Jang, S.K., Russell, T.P. Nanoporous membranes with ultrahigh selectivity and flux for the filtration of viruses (2006) Advanced Materials, 18 (6), pp. 709-712. Cited 89 times.doi: 10.1002/adma.200501500
Zhang, Z., Zhu, D. Experimental research on the localized electrochemical micromachining (2008) Russian Journal of Electrochemistry, 44 (8), pp. 926-930. Cited 2 times. doi: 10.1134/S1023193508080077. Of course, if there is DOI, whatever bibliographic description was inaccurate the reference to the article is definitely specified correctly. This topic deserves a separate discussion.
Conference proceedings:
 The main thing in a conference description is a conference title in the original language (in transliteration, if there is no its English name) typed in italics. The translation of the title into English is presented in parentheses. The imprint (conference venue, place of publication, pages) shall be submitted in English.
Examples of publication references in conference proceedings:
UsmanovT.S., GusmanovA.A., MullagalinI.Z., MuhametshinaR.Ju., ChervyakovaA.N., SveshnikovA.V. Featuresofthedesignoffielddevelopmentwiththeuseofhydraulicfracturing [Osobennostiproektirovaniyarazrabotkimestorozhdeniysprimeneniemgidrorazryvaplasta].Trudy 6 MezhdunarodnogoSimpoziuma “Novyeresursosberegayushchietekhnologiinedropol'zovaniya i povysheniyaneftegazootdachi” (Proc. 6th Int. Technol. Symp.“New energy saving subsoil technologies and the increasing of the oil and gas impact”). Moscow, 2007, pp. 267-272.
Antina, E.V., Berezin, M.B., Semeikin, A.S., Dudina, N.A., Yutanova, S.L., and Guseva, G.B., Abstracts of Papers, XII Molodezhnayakonferentsiyapoorganicheskoikhimii (XII Youth Conference on Organic Chemistry), Suzdal, 2009, p. 248. 
Iznairov, B.M., Obespechenieratsional’nykhgeometricheskikhparametrovmnogozvennykhsoedinenii i rezervirovanieikhelementov (Rational Geometric Parameters of Multicomponent Joints and Backup of Their Components), Saratov: SGTU, 2008.
Books (monographs, collections, conference proceedings as a whole):
Belaya knigaponanotekhnologiyam: issledovaniya v oblastinanochastits, nanostruktur i nanokompozitov v RossiiskoiFederatsii (pomaterialamPervogoVserossiiskogosoveshchaniyauchenykh, inzhenerov i proizvoditelei v oblastinanotekhnologii [White Book in Nanotechnologies: Studies in the Field of Nanoparticles, Nanostructures and Nanocomposites in the Russian Federation: Proceedings of the First All-Russian Conference of Scientists, Engineers and Manufacturers in the Field of Nanotechnology]. Moscow, LKI, 2007.
Nenashev M.F. Posledneepravitel’stvo SSSR [Last government of the USSR]. Moscow, Krom Publ., 1993. 221 p.
From disaster to rebirth: the causes and consequences of the destruction of the Soviet Union [Otkatastrofy k vozrozhdeniju: prichiny i posledstvijarazrushenija SSSR]. Moscow,HSE Publ.,1999.381 p.
Kanevskaya R.D. Matematicheskoemodelirovaniegidrodinamicheskikhprotsessovrazrabotkimestorozhdeniiuglevodorodov (Mathematical modeling of hydrodynamic processes of hydrocarbon deposit development).Izhevsk, 2002.140 p.
Latyshev, V.N., Tribologiyarezaniya. Kn. 1: Friktsionnyeprotsessyprirezaniemetallov (Tribology of Cutting, Vol. 1: Frictional Processes in Metal Cutting), Ivanovo: IvanovskiiGos. Univ., 2009.
Unpublished document:
Latypov A.R., Khasanov M.M., Baikov V.A. and etc. Geologiya i dobycha (NGT GiD).Svidetel'stvoobofitsial'noiregistratsiiprogrammdlya EVM [Geology and Production (NGT GiD).The Certificate on official registration of the computer program].No. 2004611198, 2004.
A bad version of the standard is used in this specification. Not all the authors are specified ("andetc."). The authors who were not mentioned in the link and in the citation will not be taken into account.
Link to website:
APA Style (2011), Available at: http://www.apastyle.org/apa-style-help.aspx (accessed 5 February 2011). PravilaTsitirovaniyaIstochnikov (Rules for the Citing of Sources) Available at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/1034528/ (accessed 7 February 2011)
As you can see from the examples above, most often, the name of the source, regardless of whether it is a journal, a monograph, a collection of articles or the name of a conference, is italicized. Additional information - the English translation of the source name is given in square brackets or in parentheses in the font used for all other parts of the description. A small amount of article bibliography in the journal makes a negative impact on the article assessment.


 

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