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GUIDELINE FOR THE AUTHOR
The original scientific articles (i.e. the articles covered research results and conclusions and have not been published previously) are accepted for the publication in journals. The articles should comply with the following subjects of the journal: international relations, world political processes and international law, formatted in accordance with the following requirements. The research should be of interest to the international scientific community. Articles not to meet the requirements will be rejected.
The articles are accepted in electronic format Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx formats), the file with the article should be named according to author’s surname. If there are several authors, the article file should be named according to the surname of the first author. All illustrations and tables are arranged in the text after the references to them, each illustration and graph is also arranged in separate files (.jpg, .cdr, .tiff, .eps, .xls and .xlsx formats).
The text is typed according to the next parameters: Times New Roman, 12 pt size, line spacing 1.5, indention 10 mm, without word wrap. Size of margins is to be: top and bottom – 20 mm, left – 30 mm, right – 20 mm. The recommended length of the manuscript, including tables, figures and references – 12–20 typewritten pages of A4 size; brief communication – 5–10 typewritten pages, review – 6 typewritten pages. All pages should be numbered (page numbering should be from the title page).
Structure of the article
The title page should include the following structural elements:
Maximum title length is 10–12 words. Long title names as well as short title names are difficult to perceive.
The title name should be informative and concise, it should correspond to the scientific style of the text, contain keywords, that reflect the research topic (scope), content of the work. The title name should be clear for the reader and easy to search by search systems. Abbreviations and formulas should not been used.
The name of organization where the author works (if the author worked and conducted research in several organizations, it is preferable to specify these organizations), address, city and country. Each organization name should be specified in a new line. The counting number in superscript should be written before the organization name and after the author’s surname, that helps to relate the author with the organization.
Foreign partners and international databases make strict demands to annotations. The annotation should include description of the main subject, problem, object, goal of research, value of research results, and practical relevance of these results. The annotation should reflect new aspects of the scientific article in comparison with other correspondent articles (i.e. articles of the same topic and purpose). It is possible to use unstructured annotations in «Journal of the Belarusian State University. International Relations». The abbreviations should be transcribed.
Key words are a semantic kernel of the article, they are main concepts and categories that describe the research issues. Key words help the readers to search the articles in electronic databases, so the key words should reflect the discipline (i. e. the field of scientific research), subject, goal and object of research.
Key words may be either separate words or phrases (singular number, Nominative case). It is suggested 5–7 key words in Russian and English languages, at most 3 key words in the key phrase.
In this section the author acknowledges colleagues who contribute to the research or express criticism to the article. Before acknowledge someone, the author should obtain the consent from the person whom the author wants to show appreciation.
Organizations and funds should be acknowledged for sponsorship, i.e. specify grants, contracts, etc., that helped in conducting research.
ОПРЕДЕЛЕНИЕ РИМАНТАДИНА В ЛЕКАРСТВЕННОМ ПРЕПАРАТЕ
«ГРИППОМИКС» С ПОМОЩЬЮ ИОНОСЕЛЕКТИВНОГО ЭЛЕКТРОДА
И. С. Иванов1), П. В. Петров1), 2)
1) Научно-инженерное предприятие «Геоинформационные системы»,
ул. Сурганова, 6, 220012, г. Минск, Беларусь
2)Белорусский государственный университет, пр. Независимости, 4, 220030, г. Минск, Беларусь
Иван Сергеевич Иванов – младший научный сотрудник НИП «Геоинформационные системы».
Петр Владимирович Петров – доктор географических наук, профессор; заведующий лабораторией НИП «Геоинформационные системы», профессор кафедры инженерной геологии и геофизики географического факультета БГУ.
Контактный автор И. С. Иванов
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«GRIPPOMIX» USING THE ION-SELECTIVE ELECTRODE
aThe Scientific-Engineering Enterprise “Geoinformation Systems”,
6 Surganov Street, Minsk 220012, Belarus
bBelarusian State University, 4 Niezaliežnasci Avenue, Minsk 220030, Belarus
Corresponding author: I. S. Ivanov (email@example.com)
Ivan S. Ivanov, junior researcher, "Geoinformation Systems".
Petr V. Petrov, doctor of science (geography), full professor; head of the laboratory, "Geoinformation Systems"; professor at the department of engineering geology and geophysics, faculty of geography, Belarusian State University.
The article should consist of the following structural parts that are written boldface type.
Includes: urgency of research, correspondent literature review, stated problem, research aims and objectives.
The part describes methods and framework of research/experiment as to allow other scientists to re-conduct the results relying on the article as well as use materials, devices, equipment, study samples and research/experimental conditions.
The part covers actual results of the research (texts, tables, graphs, diagrams, formulas, pictures, images), interpretation of the results, including their relevance to research hypothesis, as well as limitations of the research and generalization of the results, suggestion on practical application and further research directions.
The part covers section summary. Duplication of wording from the sections should be avoided in the summary. The part can be included into the previous one.
Each source should have its counting number in the list.
– a book: name and initials of the author (if there are more than three authors, first three authors should be specified), book full title, place of publication, publisher, year of publication.
Example: 1. Euwals R, Dagevos J, Gijsberts M, et al. Immigration, integration and the labour market: Turkish immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands. Bonn: IZA; 2007.
– articles from the journals, collections, materials and conferences, etc.:
Example: 1. 4. Dedov II, Shestakova MV, Vikulova OK. National register of diabetes mellitus in Russian Federation. Diabetes mellitus. 2015;18(3):5–22. Russian. DOI: 10.14341/DM201535-22.
Example: 1. Dedov II, Shestakova MV, Vikulova OK. National register of diabetes mellitus in Russian Federation. Diabetes mellitus. 2015;18(3):5–22. Russian. DOI: 10.14341/DM201535-22;
Scopus and other international scientometrical database do not recommend to use the following documents, specified in References:
– anonymous sources and regulatory documents (regulations, laws, instructions, etc.) that will not be indexed in citation databases;
– inaccessible, unpublished, small editions, local, popular and educational sources: author’s abstracts and dissertations, newspapers, unpublished reports, study guides and course books, encyclopedias, readers, vocabularies;
– electronic materials and Internet resources.
For recommendation: it is preferred to cite above mentioned documents in the text or in-cut references. The references should be arranged page-by-page, at the bottom of the page, numbered – from № 1 on each page.
Requirements to illustrations
Illustrations should complement the text and correspondent tables in the text rather than duplicate.
All illustrations should be arranged in the separate files (.jpg/.cdr/.tiff/.eps./.xls/.xlsx formats or .psd (Adobe Photoshop) without merge layers).
The illustrations and graphs should be clear. The illustrations should be of the same scale, maximum illustration size should be at most 170×220 mm (including image-related text).
Minimum permissible resolution is 300 dpi. All symbols on the illustrations should be written Times New Roman. Image elements and graphs are numbers by italic Arabic numerals that are transcribed in image-related texts.
The illustrations are numbered in accordance with the order of their citation in the text.
Each illustration should have a short name and references to the text (e. g. fig. 1). The only illustration is not numbered.
There should not be shorthand notations in the illustration and the graph, even if they are transcribed in the text (t, S, etc.)
All image-related texts should be duplicated in English language.
Requirements to tables
The tables should complement each other rather than duplicate.
The tables are numbered according to their order of citation in the text.
Each table should have a short name and references to the text (e. g. table 1). The only table in the text is not numbered. Column headings should be in accordance with their content. Abbreviations, used in the table, should be transcribed after the table.
There should not be empty columns in the table.
Table name is duplicated in English language.
Requirements to units
Measurement units for physical quantities are given in units of international metric system (System International – SI). For different compounds the terms of IUPAC should be used.
Requirements to formulas
Simple formulas and letter formulas (e. g. Σ, А1, βк, °С, etc.) should be pasted by means of menu tools “Insert. Symbol”. Complicated formulas should be written by means of formula editor MathType. Use exponentiation for complicated formulas. Brackets are written by means of marks “()” (the program aligns content height). Russian and Greek symbols are written Roman type, Latin symbols – Italic type.
Only formulas, that have references to the text, should be numbered.
The fractional part of a number written in decimal form is separated by the decimal mark (comma (e. g. 4,27) for Russian language, small dot (e. g. 4.27) for English language).
Requirements to abbreviations
Common abbreviations should be used in the text. Abbreviations should be avoided in the title of the manuscript. The entire term for which the abbreviation is used should be transcribed in the text for its first mention (the transcription is not necessary for measurement units and symbols).
The authors who are published in this journal agree to the following:
The names and addresses, specified on the journal website, will be used solely for technical purposes of a contact with the author(s) or reviewers (editors) when preparing the article for publication. Private data will not be shared with other persons and organizations.