Thursday, July 15, 2021

Paper publishing in Scopus-indexed journals MANUSCRIPT GUIDELINES

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Paper publishing in Scopus-indexed journals MANUSCRIPT GUIDELINES
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MANUSCRIPT GUIDELINES

  • Manuscript has an abstract and keywords
  • Text is structured
  • Objective/research question is clearly stated in Introduction
  • Introduction answers the question “why is the research under consideration required and important for the international community?”
  • Methods (and/or theoretical framework) is described in detail and in full
  • Citations are formatted correctly and properly and appear on the list of references
  • Manuscript is prepared according to English for Academic Purposes
  • Arguments and conclusions are substantial and justified
  • Manuscript is original, it has not been published neither in part, nor as a complete work. It is not under current consideration in another publisher
  • References are mainly foreign scientific articles published in recent 5 years
  • Manuscript contain the results of the research conducted by the author(s) and their discussion
  • Research contributes to the international knowledge

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