Submitting the manuscript for publication in the online edition of the “Tula Scientific Bulletin. History. Linguistics", you confirm that:
Rules for submitting, reviewing and publishing scientific articles in the journal “Tula Scientific Bulletin. History. Linguistics” (download)
The manuscript should be submitted to the Editorial Board by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Submission of a paper version of the article or an electronic version on any material medium (optical disk, flash-card, etc.) is not required. Together with the manuscript the author should send a scanned application for publication of the article by email@example.com.
The name of the file with the manuscript of the article should contain the author's surname and the word "Article" (e.g.: Surname_Article.rtf). The name of the file with the application for publication of the article should contain the author's surname and the word "Application" (e.g.: Surname_Application.rtf)
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All manuscripts submitted to the online publication are subject to mandatory plagiarism check. The author guarantees that the article is original and free from inaccurate information and plagiarism (the article must have a 70% level of text uniqueness. The editorial board reserves the right not to publish articles with a text uniqueness of less than 70%.
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- Authors have the right to post their work online (e.g. on an institutional repository or personal website) before and during the review process of this journal, as this can lead to productive discussion and more references to the work (См.: The Effect of Open Access).