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Reviewing and adhering to editorial ethics

  1. In order to comply with the ethical standards adopted by the international scientific community and to prevent any violations of these norms, both in their own work and in relations with all participants in the scientific process

the article is subject to a mandatory review procedure

  1. Scientific articles submitted to the editorial board and meeting the formal criteria are considered on the subject

compliance with the subject matter of the publication and the definition of the range of reviewers. Reviewing materials that are relevant to the subject matter of the publication is completely anonymous for the author and reviewer, the procedure is carried out by two independent

reviewers (the process of double "blind" review -

Double-blind peer review policy).

  1. The review team may include members of the editorial board and external experts who determine the vector of development of scientific thought and have publications in the relevant subject areas.
  2. The reviewer evaluates:
  1. The review should contain specific conclusions about the expediency of the publication, indicating the main shortcomings of the article (if any), as well as the conclusion about the possibility of publication: «recommended», «recommended in the light of the correction of these shortcomings»or «not recommended».
  2. The review is made in print, must be signed by the reviewer and certified by the seal of the institution at the place of work of the reviewer.
  3. In case of rejection of the article, the editorial board sends the author a motivated refusal.
  4. The presence of a positive review is not sufficient reason for the publication of the article. The final decision on the expediency of publication is taken by the editorial board of the publication.

Adherence to academic integrity

The edition of the publication contributes to the observance of academic integrity and requires the following requirements in the preparation of a scientific article:

providing reliable information about the methodology and results of research, the source of the information used and its own pedagogical (scientific and pedagogical, creative) activity.