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Before submitting your article, please read Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice StatementPlease read the terms and conditions of publishing the article.


1. An article must be currently relevant and original.   

2. The submission, reviewing, editing and publication of articles in Artium Magister are free of charge. No author fees are involved.   

3. Authorship should be limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the conception, design, execution, or interpretation of the reported study. All those who have made significant contributions should be listed as co-authors.  

In the case of collective authorship all authors must approve the final manuscript before submission and indicate the specific contribution of each author to the submitted research. The Editorial Staff will contact all authors by email at submission to ensure that they are aware of the submission of the manuscript.  If there are some other persons who provided a useful guide to preparing the article, they should be mentioned in notes or in the section Acknowledgments.

4. An article should be relevant, have novelty, include tasks (issues) statement, the description of main research results and conclusions.  

5. Submitted article must not be previously published in other journals.  

6. The author bears full responsibility for the accuracy of bibliographic information contained in the article. All the cited sources must be listed at the end of the article in alphabetical order by author's family/surname. Authors are responsible for using in their articles only reliable information (facts, extracts, statistical and sociological data, proper names, geographical names and other information).

7. When an author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in his/her own published work, it is the author’s obligation to promptly notify the journal editor or publisher and cooperate with the editor to retract or correct the paper. 

8. In article all sources of financial support for the project should be disclosed.  

9. Submitted article must comply with the journal’s format requirements.  

Full-text versions of published articles and their metadata (abstracts, keywords, information about author(s) in Russian and English are available in open access on journal’s official website, in Scientific Electronic Library eLIBRARY.RU (Russia), Cyberleninka (Russia) and in other archives. 

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Manuscript Submission Rules

1. The text of the article is submitted by e-mail to the Editorial Board (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). The paper version is not required.

2. It is advised to have accompanying documents:
2.1. An obligation for authors containing the author's handwritten signature, in which the corresponding author:
a) gives an obligation not to submit this article to another journal until it is published in the journal "Artium Magister";
b) guarantees the originality of the article, the absence of false information and plagiarism in the article - at least 70% originality according to the "Anti-Plagiarism" system, taking into account borrowings from their own works posted on the Internet. (The editorial Board reserves the right not to publish articles with unique text under 70 % originality, the rest 30% may include various borrowing: links to scientific sources, legal acts, coincidence of terms and expressions that are accepted in this field of science, as well as the name of sources, publications, normative-legal acts, etc., individual statements with appropriate footnotes to them);
c) agrees with "Publishing ethics" of "Magister Artium" at;
d) agrees with the copyright policy, distribution of published materials under the CC-BY license and other policies published in the sections "Publishing Ethics" and "Journal Policy" at and Scanned in color "Obligation for authors" is sent by e-mail, the original is sent by regular mail to the Editorial Board (the form "Obligation ..." is attached at the end of the page).

 2.2. For post-graduate and other students, it is mandatory to have a signed and certified recommendation of the scientific supervisor to publish the article in the journal. Scanned in color Recommendation is sent by e-mail, the original is sent by regular mail to the Editorial Board (the form "Recommendation ..." is attached at the end of the page).

 2.3. Information about the author is also provided in a separate file or on a separate page, including the full name, incl. patronymic, academic degree and academic title, ORCID (, contact information (place of work and position, postal address of the organization, contact phone number, e-mail). Information is provided both in Russian and English;

2.4. The editorial board starts reviewing the article after submitting all the documents by e-mail.


1.      Starting from 2018, the journal switches to the IMRAD standard (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion). The text of the article, as well as the abstract in English (Abstract) should include the following sections:

  • Introduction: the introductory part, the relevance, novelty, goals and objectives of the study are mentioned;
  • Methods: here author presents his methodology, arguments the choice, characterizes the sources and historiography of the study;
  • Analysis: the study of the problem;
  •  Results: the answers and conclusions obtained during the study are presented.

2. The article should not exceed 40,000 characters with spaces: for students 15 000 - 40 000 characters, for candidates and doctors of sciences - 30 000 - 40 000 characters. The article should be more than 5 pages A4.

3. Each article should include the following:

in English:

§     UDC, LBC indices;

§     article title;

§     full name of the author;

§     ORCID id (you can get it at;

§     academic title, academic degree, position and place of work;

§     email;

§     organisation address (location);

§     abstract (at least 200-250 words);

§     5-8 keywords or phrases (each keyword or phrase is separated from the other by a comma);

in Russian:

§     UDC, LBC indices;

§     article title;

§     full name of the author;

§     ORCID id (you can get it at;

§     academic title, academic degree, position and place of work;

§     email;

§     organisation address (location);

§     abstract;

§     5-8 keywords or phrases (each keyword or phrase is separated from the other by a comma);

in Russian or English

§     the text of the article;

§     notes (if necessary);

§     references (according to GOST);

§     references (according to international requirements);

§     appendices, illustrations (if necessary) (see Supplement)


The titles of scientific articles should be informative. Only common abbreviations can be used there.

Titles in English should have no transliteration from the Russian language, except for untranslatable proper names, etc. Untranslatable slang and object names, known only to Russian-speaking specialists, are not used. This also applies to the author's data and keywords.


 Full name of the author(s) should be written in Cyrillic and Latin. The author's full name is given into Latin using a transliteration system. We recommend you to use the system

Academic title and academic degrees are provided both in Russian and English;

Author should provide position and place of work, including the address and email. Address except for the street name must be provided in English, including: the city and the country. The street name is given by transliteration.


 The abstract should not contain general, meaningless words that increase the volume, but do not contribute to the content and essence of the article. It should be concise and clear, free from secondary information, and have convincing wording. The abstract should state the essential facts, and should not exaggerate or contain material that is not present in the main part of the work.

 The Abstract in English must necessarily be:

 - informative (do not contain general words, but meaningful content);

 - content-related (reflect the main content of the article and the results of research);

 - structured (follow the logic of the results described in the article);

 - for an English-language abstract - high-quality English;

 - compact (200 - 250 words).

 Abstract in English is prevailing for scientists out of Russia and becomes the only source of information about the content of the article, the results of research presented. The author's abstract serves as a reference tool, allowing the reader to understand whether he should read or not read the full text. Therefore, the English abstract for a Russian-language article may be larger than the abstract in Russian, since the Russian-language abstract is followed by the full text in the same language.

Since a high-quality abstract in English is the main criterion for including publications in international databases, the following is recommended.

 1. One of the options for the structure of the abstract is a brief repetition of the article structure:

 - introduction (subject, topic, objective),

 - the method or methodology of the work,

 - results,

 - scope of the results

 - conclusions.

 2. The sequence of presenting content can be changed by starting with the results and conclusions.

 3. The subject, topic, and objective are indicated if they are not clear from the title of the article. It is advisable to describe the method or methodology of the work if they are new or interesting. The abstracts of documents describing experimental work should indicate the sources of data and the nature of their processing.

 4. The results are described very accurately and informatively. The main theoretical and experimental results, actual data, discovered relationships and patterns are presented. At the same time, it is better to show new results and data of long-term significance, important discoveries, conclusions that refute existing theories, as well as data that, in the author's opinion, have practical significance.

 5.  Conclusions can be accompanied by recommendations, assessments, suggestions, hypotheses described in the article.

 6.  The information contained in the title should not be repeated in the abstract.

 7. Avoid unnecessary introductory phrases (for example, "the author of the article considers..."). Historical references, if they do not constitute the main content, and a description of previously published works and well-known provisions are not given in the abstract.

 8.  In the abstract, you should use syntactic constructions peculiar to the language of scientific and technical documents, avoid complex grammatical constructions (not applicable in scientific English).

 9. The English abstract should use the terminology characteristic of foreign special texts. You should avoid using terms that are a direct tracing of Russian-language terms.

 10. It is necessary to observe the unity of terminology within the abstract.

 11.  In the abstract, you should apply significant words from the text of the article.

 12.  Abbreviations and symbols, except for common ones (including ones from English special texts), are used in exceptional cases or given already with their definitions at the first use.

 13.  Units of physical quantities should be given in the international SI system. It is allowed to give in parentheses next to the value in the SI system the value in the system of units used in the source document.

 14.  Tables, formulas, drawings, diagrams are included only if necessary, if they reveal the main content of the document and allow you to reduce the volume of the abstract.

 15. Formulas given repeatedly may have ordinal numbering, and the numbering of formulas in the abstract may not coincide with the numbering of formulas in the original.

 16.  The abstract does not include references.

 It should be concise and clear, free from secondary information, and have convincing wording.

 18.  The text should be coherent, the statements should follow logically each other.

 19.  The size of the author's abstract is determined by the content of the publication (the scope of information, its scientific value and/or practical significance), but should not be less than 200-250 words.

 20.  The text should be coherent with the use of the words "consequently", "moreover", "for example", "as a result", "the benefits of this study", etc.

 21.  It is necessary to use the active, not the passive voice, i.e. "The study tested", but not "It was tested in this study" (a common mistake of Russian abstracts).


 The article must contain a list of keywords in Russian and English. 5-8 keywords or phrases (each keyword or phrase is separated from the other by a comma);


 - the material must be submitted in Microsoft Word format (2000-2007) with the *.rtf extension; if you need to use a special font (when typing Greek, Arabic, etc. words, special characters), you need to use the fonts installed by Windows by default); if there are rarely used fonts in the work, they must be provided together with the file;

 - the file name must be typed in Latin and reflect the author's last name (for example: Ivanova. rtf). If there are several co-authors, then the first of them should be mentioned;

- Times New Roman font, size 14, line spacing 1.5;

 - page margins of 2 cm on each side;

- page numbering - centered at the bottom;

 - lines within a single paragraph should not be made manually ("soft" input, spaces, tabs, etc.); the end of the paragraph character (¶- "Enter") is placed only at the end of the paragraph;

 - do not type more than one space between words, do not make a discharge with spaces inside the word, do not offset paragraphs with paragraph indents, do not separate punctuation marks with spaces from the previous word;

 - do not hyphenate words;

 - it is necessary to distinguish between the use of dashes and hyphens in the text.


 -   Drawings and illustrations should be submitted as separate files in the format *.jpeg or *.tif and size of at least 300 dpi. The text should contain an indication in the form of a link to a table or chart.

         Formulas, tables, and diagrams should be designed using the standard toolbar.

 - Formulas containing special characters must be typed as a Microsoft equation object ("Insert" – "Object"); each formula must be inserted as a separate object. For example:

 - Single-line formulas that have only numbers, letters, single-line indexes, parentheses, and action signs must be typed as text. For example:y2= 3325 + 0,1937x1+ 0,0425x3...

 -    Tables must be inserted, not drawn in separate lines; you cannot use spaces or tabs to align columns and cells.

 -    Diagrams and drawings should be made in patterned ways of filling and not have colouring (for black-and-white printing).

 For example:

 -        Text enclosed in frames and other shapes should be designed as an inscription ("Insert" – "Inscription").


 Bibliographic references should be mentioned in the text in square brackets in the form of a serial number from the list of references and the numbers of the corresponding pages separated by commas. For example: [10, p. 5].

 References is compiled in alphabetical numbered order. When making reference list please follow GOST R 7.0.5-2008.

 For example: Lotman, Y. M. Universe Of The Mind / Y. M. Lotman. - St. Petersburg: Iskusstvo, 2000. - 704 p. (Лотман, Ю.М. Семиосфера / Ю.М. Лотман. – СПб. : Искусство, 2000. – 704 с.)

 Historical sources (published and unpublished) are not singled out separately, but are listed in the main list in alphabetical order. Archival documents must indicate the name of document, name of archive, number of fund, the number of inventory, case number, total number of sheets in the document.

 For example: Paintings in royal armory treasury // Russian State Archive of Ancient Acts (RGADA). – F. 396. – inventory 1. – case 3593. – 25 pages. (Роспись государевой оружейной казны // Российский государственный архив древних актов (РГАДА). – Ф. 396. – Оп. 1. – Д. 3593. – 25 л.)

 Notes and comments are placed before the list of references.

 DOI. If the article has a digital object identifier (DOI), it must be specified at the end of the document description.

 For example: Gorbov V. N., Kolesnik A.V. New Neolithic settlement in Mariupol and its place in the system of synchronous monuments // Science Journal of Volgograd State University. Serie 4. History : Area Studies. International relations. - 2016. - Vol. 21. - No. 4. - p. 16-31. DOI:


 References in English follow the same order as in Russian with the same numbering.

 References must be made according to the following rules:

 1.   Authors' names in transliteration, transliterated article title [translated title in English in square brackets], the Russian-language source in transliteration [English translation of the source name], corresponding data in English. For transliteration from Cyrillic to Latin, we recommend using the automatic transliteration system on The names of journals in a foreign language are checked on their websites.

 2. It is forbidden to use the signs "//" and " - " to separate the structural elements of the bibliographic description.


 Author A.A., Author B.B., Author C.C. Title of article. Title of Journal, 2005, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 49-53.

 AuthorA.A., AuthorB.B., AuthorC.C. Transliterated title [Translated title in English]. Transliterated journal name [Translated journal title in English], 2005, vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 49-53.

§     To submit the journal description in References only in the transliteration (without translation) is unacceptable;

§     when describing publications without authors (collections, collective monographs), it is allowed to write one, maximum two editors of the publication instead of the authors;

§     for unpublished documents, you can use the shortest name with an indication in parentheses (unpublished) if it has authorship, or simply “unpublished source” or " unpublished report” , etc. if there is no authorship in the document;

§     since Russian-language sources are difficult to identify by world experts, it is necessary to italicize the original name of the source in the descriptions, as in most world standards;

§      if the described publication has DOI, it must be specified in References;

§      it is undesirable to make arbitrary abbreviations of source names in links. This often leads to the loss of the sense, as the name may not be identified;

§     all the main publishing information (journal: volume, number, pages; books: the place of publication, city, publisher (except for the publisher's own untranslated name, it is transliterated)) must be submitted in English;

§     in case of Russian-language textbooks, it is not necessary to specify the type of publications;

§     in the publishing data (articles, books) you must specify the number of pages or the range of pages by specifying "pp.” Before that, a number of pages of the complete edition (book) – indicated as "p.” after specifying the number of pages;

§     translation of the title of the article or source is taken in square brackets;

§      one publication is mentioned in the list of references once, regardless of how many times the source was used in the text of the article;

§     if the book in references (in any language) is described in full, then the description should indicate the full number of page; the exception is when individual chapters from the book are used; in this case, references mentions the chapter, indicating the pages from-to;

§     to transliterate, it is necessary to use systems for automatic translation of the Cyrillic alphabet into the Roman alphabet; do not do transliteration manually;

§      For journals published both in Russian and English, the link is given to the English version of the journal.

Examples of links to various types of publications

 Description of a journal article:

 Zagurenko A.G., Korotovskikh V.A., Kolesnikov A.A., Timonov A.V., Kardymon D.V. Tekhniko-ekonomicheskaya optimizatsiya dizaina gidrorazryva plasta [Techno-economic optimization of the design of hydraulic fracturing]. Neftyanoekhozyaistvo[OilIndustry], 2008, no.11, pp. 54-57.

 Description of an article from an electronic journal:

 Swaminathan V., Lepkoswka-White E., Rao B.P. Browsers or buyers in cyberspace? An investigation of electronic factors influencing electronic exchange.  Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 1999, vol. 5, no. 2. Available at: (Accessed 28 April 2011).

 Description of the article with DOI:

 Zhang Z., Zhu D. Experimental research on the localized electrochemical micro-machining. Russian Journal of Electrochemistry, 2008, vol. 44, no. 8, pp. 926-930. doi: 10.1134/S1023193508080077.

 Description of an article from a periodic edition (collection of papers):

 Astakhov M.V., Tagantsev T.V. Eksperimental'noe issledovanie prochnosti soedinenii «stal'-kompozit» [Experimental study of the strength of joints "steel-composite"]. Trudy MGTU «Matematicheskoe modelirovanie slozhnykh tekhnicheskikh sistem» [Proc. of the Bauman MSTU “Mathematical Modeling of Complex Technical Systems”], 2006, no. 593, pp. 125-130.

 Description of conference materials:

 Usmanov T.S., Gusmanov A.A., Mullagalin I.Z., Muhametshina R.Ju., Chervyakova A.N., Sveshnikov A.V. Osobennosti proektirovaniya razrabotki mestorozhdeniy s primeneniem gidrorazryva plasta [Features of the design of field development with the use of hydraulic fracturing]. Trudy 6 Mezhdunarodnogo Simpoziuma “Novye resursosberegayushchie tekhnologii nedropol'zovaniya i povysheniya neftegazootdachi” [Proc. 6th Int. Symp. “New energy saving subsoil technologies and the increasing of the oil and gas impact”], Moscow, 2007, pp. 267-272.

 Here is a full description of the conference along with the transliterated and translated title of the article. The English translation of the conference title is given in square brackets. Corresponding data (conference venue, place of publication, pages) must be provided in English (without transliteration).  

 Description of a book (monograph, paper collection):

 Nenashev M.F. Poslednee pravitel’stvo SSSR [Last government of the USSR], Moscow, Krom Publ., 1993. 221 p.

 Ot katastrofy k vozrozhdeniju: prichiny i posledstvija razrushenija SSSR [From disaster to rebirth: the causes and consequences of the destruction of the Soviet Union], Moscow, HSE Publ., 1999. 381 p.

 Lindorf L.S., Mamikoniants L.G., eds. Ekspluatatsiia turbogeneratorov s neposredstvennym okhlazhdeniem [Operation of turbine generators with direct cooling], Moscow, Energiia Publ., 1972. 352 p.

 Kanevskaya R.D. Matematicheskoe modelirovanie gidrodinamicheskikh protsessov razrabotki mestorozhdenii uglevodorodov [Mathematical modeling of hydrodynamic processes of hydrocarbon deposit development], Izhevsk, 2002. 140 p.

 Izvekov V.I., Serikhin N.A., Abramov A.I. Proektirovanie turbogeneratorov [Design of turbo-generators], Moscow, MEI Publ., 2005, 440 p.

 Description of an Internet source:

  APA Style (2011). Available at: (accessed 5 February 2011).

 Pravila Tsitirovaniya Istochnikov [Rules for the Citing of Sources] (2011). Available at: (accessed 7 February 2011)

 Description of the dissertation thesis or its abstract:

 Semenov V.I. Matematicheskoe modelirovanie plazmy v sisteme kompaktnyi tor. Diss. dokt. fiz.-mat. nauk [Mathematical modeling of the plasma in the compact torus. Dr. phys. andmath. sci. diss.],Moscow, 2003, 272 p.


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