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Dear Fellow Scientists!
We invite you to publish your materials in a scientific journal
«Bulletin of Zaporizhzhia National University. Philological Sciences» Issue 1 (2020).

The collection is intended for a wide range of philologists: scientists, lecturers, postgraduate students, masters and senior students.

Based on the Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine № 886 dated 02.07.2020 (Annex 4), the collection is included in the List of scientific professional publications of Ukraine category "B" in the field of philological sciences (035 - Philology).

Articles to Issue 1 / 2020 of the collection are accepted to August 28, 2020.

TOPICAL SECTIONS OF THE JOURNAL:

  1. Linguistics
  2. Literary studies
  3. Folkloristics

Articles of scientific and practical value are accepted for publication. The author has the right to submit only one previously unpublished scientific article in one issue. The author is responsible for the originality of the text of the article, the accuracy of the facts, citations, statistics, proper names, geographical names and other information, as well as for the fact that materials do not contain data that are not subject to open publishing. The final decision on the publication of the article, based on a preliminary anonymous review, is made by the editorial board.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ARTICLES:

- articles in English, Ukrainian and other Slavic languages are accepted for publication;

- electronic version of the article is accepted in *.doc*.docx or *.rtf formats, prepared in the text editor Microsoft Word;

page size А4, line spacing – 1.5;

font type Times New Roman, font size 14 pt; in case of other fonts, the author sends them together with the article.

margins: left — 3 cm, right — 1.5 cm, top, bottom — 2 cm.

The following options are used for stylistic selection of text fragments: italics, bold, bold italics font, font size and paragraph spacing. 

It is necessary to distinguish a hyphen (-) as a graphic sign to join words and a dash (–) as a punctuation mark.

The use of non-breaking space is mandatory when styling:

а) initials of the name and surname in the text of article or name, patronymic and surname in references: а) initial of the name-non-breaking space-surname (І. Petrenko); b) initial of the name-non-breaking space-initial of patronymic-non-breaking space-surname (І. P. Petrenko);

b) numbered or bulleted lists (non-breaking space is placed after the number/bullet);

c) graphic abbreviations (15 p., P. 122, 20th c., 19th cent. ).

The most common abbreviations used in the article (art., e.g., etc.) should be unified throughout the text.

ARTICLE STRUCTURE:

line 1 – UDC (left alignment);

line 2 – title of the topical section (left alignment);

line 3 – title of the article (center alignment, bold, capital letters);

line 4 – surname and initials of the author of the article; scientific degree, academic rank, position indicating the department (center alignment);

line 5 – place of work (study), address of work (study), ORCID-code, e-mail of the author (center alignment).

If the author does not have an ORCID-code, it is possible to get it by following the link https://orcid.org/

paragraph– extended abstract (1800 characters excluding spaces) and key words (minimum 5 written in the language of the article;

paragraph 2 – the title of the article (bold, capital letters), surname, initials of the author, scientific degree, academic rank, position indicating the department, place of work (study), address of work (study), ORCID-code, e-mail of the author, extended abstract (1800 characters excluding spaces) and key words (minimum 5 words) written in English. The translation into English should be authentic (not machine). 

If the article is submitted not in Ukrainian, then the following data should be placed after the abstract in the language of the article: title of the article (bold, capital letters), surname, initials of the author, scientific degree, academic rank, position indicating the department, place of work (study), address of work (study), ORCID-code, e-mail of the author, extended abstract (1800 characters excluding spaces) and key words (minimum 5 words) written in Ukrainian.

Structural elements of the body of the article:

Problem statement (problem statement in general and its connection with important scientific or practical tasks; analysis  of recent research and publications with the indication of the beginning of the solution of this problem on which the author relies, as well as the selection of previously unsolved parts of the general problem to which the article is devoted).

Purpose of the article (the main idea of the publication is expressed, which differs from modern ideas about the problem significantly, complements or deepens already  known approaches; attention is paid to the introduction of new facts, conclusions, recommendations, patterns or clarifications of previously known but insufficiently studied ones).

Presentation of the main material with the justification of the scientific results obtained.

Conclusions and prospects for further development in this direction.

References are placed after the article in the order of mention; printed at 1.5 spacing, font size 14, font style Times New Roman and styled in accordance with the requirements of the interstate standard DSTU 8305:2015.

References to the literature in text should be given in square brackets, for example, [2, p. 25; 5, p. 33], where the first digit indicates the ordinal number of the source in the references, and the second digit defines the corresponding page in this source; one source (without pages) is separated from another by a semicolon [3; 4; 6; 8; 12; 15].

At the end of the article, there is a version of References transliterated and translated into English, styled in accordance with the requirements of the APA (American Psychological Association).

If there are used abbreviations of illustrative material in the article, a list of such abbreviations entitled List of symbols and abbreviations used in referencing is given after References.

EXAMPLE OF THE ARTICLE EXECUTION:

UDC 81’ 373. 21 : 930 : 159. 953. 2
Linguistics

УРБАНОНІМИ ЯК ЗАСІБ ФОРМУВАННЯ ІСТОРИЧНОЇ ПАМ’ЯТІ

Павленко І. Я.
доктор філологічних наук, професор,
завідувач кафедри слов’янської філології
Запорізький національний університет
вул. Жуковського, 66, Запоріжжя, Україна
orcid.org/0000-1175-5821-9485
pavlenko@gmail.com

Abstract in the language of the article

Volume1800 characters excluding spaces (250-300 words).

Ключові слова: 5–10 key words or phrases, none of which duplicate the title of the article.

URBANONYMS AS A MEANS OF FORMING HISTORICAL MEMORY

Pavlenko I. Yа.
Doctor of Philological Sciences, Professor,
Head of the Department of Slavic Philology
Zaporizhzhia National University
Zhukovskoho str., 66, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine
orcid.org/0000-1175-5821-9485
pavlenko@gmail.com

Abstract in English

Volume1800 characters excluding spaces (250-300 words).

Key words: 5–10 key words or phrases, none of which duplicate the title of the article.

In the post-Soviet humanitarian discourse, much attention is paid to the content, types, functioning, decoding and formation (paradoxically) of knowledge about the past. To a large extent, the interest in issues of historical memory is due to the thesis of the relationship of the past with the future, the impact of interpretation of the past on the processes of state formation of the present and future of our country …

ЛІТЕРАТУРА

1. Гирич І. Б. Сучасна київська топоніміка як вияв історичної свідомості. Національна та історична пам’ять. 2013. Вип. 8. С. 133–141.

REFERENCES

2. Hyrych I. B. (2013) Suchasna kyivska toponimika yak vyiav istorychnoi svidomosti [Modern Kyiv toponymy as a manifestation of historical consciousness]. National and historical memory. Vol. 8. P. 133–141.

 LIST OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED IN REFERENCING

 

PROCEDURE FOR SUBMISSION OF MATERIALS:

To publish an article in a professional scientific publication, it is necessary to send the following materials to the e-mail address of the editorial office editor@philology.journalsofznu.zp.ua by August 28, 2020:

  • a carefully proofread scientific article, necessarily styled in accordance with the specified requirements;
  • information about the author;
  • scanned confirmation of payment (details for payment are provided to the author after a positive conclusion of the reviewer).

 Sample of the name of files: Ivanov_І.І._article, Ivanov_І.І._payment.

The editorial office exercises the anonymous review of the articles for three weeks.

 The editorial office accepts the students’ articles in co-authorship with the supervisor only.

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The printed copies of the collection of scientific works Bulletin of Zaporizhzhia National University. Philological Sciences Issue 1 for 2020 will be sent after November 20, 2020.

 PUBLICATION FEE:

If the author wishes to receive a printed copy of the collection, the publication fee is 800 UAH. If the volume of the article exceeds 12 pages, the author should pay 50 UAH for each subsequent page after the 12th.

One author’s copy of the journal is sent to the author (authors) of the article to the postal address. The cost of an additional copy for co-authors is 400 UAH. The author should notify the editorial office of the additional copies needed in advance

If the author wishes to receive an electronic copy only, the publication fee is 600 UAH. If the volume of the article exceeds 12 pages, the author should pay 50 UAH for each subsequent page after the 12th.

Address and contact details:
The editorial office of the journal “Bulletin of Zaporizhzhia National University. Philological Sciences”
66a, Zhukovskoho str., bld. 2, aud. 237, 424, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine, 69096
Tel.: +38 066 53 57 687
E-mail: editor@philology.journalsofznu.zp.ua
Official website: www.journalsofznu.zp.ua/index.php/philology