Information for Authors
The articles submitted for publication should reflect the results of yet unpublished by the author (-s) corresponding to the research areas of the journal. The articles accepted in Kazakh, Russian and English.
Guide for authors:
The editorial board accepts previously unpublished articles on the scientific fields of the journal. The article is submitted in electronic format (*.doc, *.docx, *.rtf) ONLY by submitting it through the functionality submitting your manuscript (Open Journal System or Editorial Manager).
Font – 12, Times New Roman (abstract, keywords, reference - 10, text of tables - 9-11), alignment - the width of the text, spacing - single, paragraph indent - 0.8 cm, margins: upper and lower - 2 cm, left and right - 2 cm.
Figures, tables, graphs, diagrams, etc. are presented directly in the text with the indication of numbering and title (for example, Fig. 1 - Name of the figure). The number of figures, tables, graphs and diagrams should not exceed 20% of the entire article (in some cases up to 30%).
The volume of the article (excluding the title, information about the authors, abstracts, keywords, bibliography) must be at least 1 500 -7 000 words.
Authors should indicate in a cover letter in the Open system Journal or Editorial Manager System that the article/manuscript has not been published anywhere before and that the article does not contain borrowed text fragments from other works without reference to them.
The payment procedure and the cost for publication of the article are established by the publishing house «Qazaq Universiteti» and is produced by the author after approval by an Editor and peer review ofthe Editorial board.
The text of the article should include the following mandatory elements:
- IRSTI. The public domain online http://grnti.ru/ or the authors can also get the Interstate rubricator of scientific and technical information (IRSTI) code in the library), alignment - on the left, font - bold.
- Should reflect the essence and content of the article and should be brief, informative and not contain jargon or abbreviations. The optimal length of the title is 5-7 words (in some cases 10-12 words). The title of the article should be presented in Russian, Kazakh and English. The title of the article appears in bold in lowercase letters, alignment in the center.
- Author names and affiliations (in Russian, Kazakh and English) – complete author(s) name(s), academic title, academic degree, job affiliation, city, country, e-mail, ORCID or Research. Information about the authors is presented in normal font in lower case letters, alignment - in the center.
- Corresponding author. Clearly indicate who will handle correspondence at all stages of refereeing and publication, also post-publication. This responsibility includes answering any future queries about Methodology and Materials. Ensure that the e-mail address is given and that contact details are kept up to date by the corresponding author.
- Abstract. 150-500 words in Russian, Kazakh and English.
Has to be explained:
- Introduction to the topic of research.
- Purpose, main directions and ideas of scientific research.
- A brief description of the scientific and practical significance of the work.
- A brief description of the research methodology.
- Main results and analysis, conclusions of the research work.
- The value of the study (the contribution of this work to the relevant area of knowledge).
- The practical significance of the work.
- Kewords. 150-500 words (in Russian, Kazakhand English).
The next following information has to be started from a new page:
- Introduction consists of the following basic elements:
- Justification of the choice of topic; the actuality of the topic or problem. In substantiating the choice of the topic based on the description of the experience of predecessors, a problem is reported (absence of any studies, appearance of a new object, etc.). The relevance of the topic is determined by the general interest in the study of this object, lack of precise answers to existing questions; it is proved by theoretical or practical significance of the topic.
- Definition of an object, subject, goals, tasks, methods, approaches, hypotheses and significance of your work. The purpose of the study is related to the proof of the thesis, that is, the presentation of the subject of research in the author's chosen aspect.
- Material and methods – should consist of description of materials and work progress, as well as a complete description of the methods used (with references on classical works). This section describes how the problem was studied: detailed information without repeating previously published established procedures; identification of equipment (software) and the description of materials are used, with the obligatory introduction of novelty when using materials and methods.
- Material and methods should consist of description of materials and work progress, as well as a complete description of the methods used (with references on classical works).
The characteristic or description of the research material includes it’s qualitatively and quantitatively presentation. Description of provided data is one of the tools that determine the reliability of the findings and research methods.
This section describes how the problem was studied: detailed information without repeating previously published established procedures; identification of equipment (software) and the description of materials are used, with the obligatory introduction of novelty when using materials and methods.
The scientific methodology should include:
– research question(s);
– put forward hypothesis (thesis);
– stages of research;
– methods of research;
– statistical processing of the results.
- Results and discussion. In the Results and their discussion section, you analyze and discuss the results of your research.
Conclusions are given on the results obtained during the research, the main essence is revealed. In this section, it is necessary to analyze the results of the work and discuss relevant results in comparison with previous works, analyzes and conclusions. Including the previous results of your own works (with citations).
It is summarizing the work at this stage: confirming the truth of the assertion made by the author, and the author's conclusion about the change in scientific knowledge, taking into account the results obtained. The conclusions should not be abstract; they should be used to generalize the results of research in a particular scientific field, with possibilities for further work being described.
The structure of conclusion should contain the following questions:
- What are the aims and methods of the study?
- What are the results?
- What are the conclusions?
- What are the prospects and opportunities for implementing, applying the development?
- Acknowledgment, where applicable, including sources of research funding.
- References should include at least 30 titles, not less than 50% of which in English. In the case of the presence of works listed in Cyrillic