Naučnyj dialog = Nauchnyy Dialog

 

Journals Impact Factor 2013 - 0,159

Journals Impact Factor 2014 - 0,261

Journals Impact Factor 2015 - 0,288

Naučnyj dialog (= Nauchnyy Dialog)

peer-reviewed academic journal

Mass Media Registration Certificate (by Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecom, Information Technologies and Mass Communications)

PI № FS 77-47018 of 18.10.2011

ISSN

ISSN 2225-756X (Print), ISSN 2227-1295 (Online)

Key title: Naučnyj dialog,

Abbreviated key title: Naučn. dialog

Subscription Code

29255, Union Catalog “Pressa Rossii” (Russian Press)

Coverage

Russian Federation, foreign countries

Editorial Office Address

620050, Sverdlovsk Region, Yekaterinburg, Montazhnikov street, building 11, office 17

Languages

Russian

Publication Frequency

On a monthly basis

Presence in Citation Bases

The journal is added to the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI),

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The journal "Nauchnyi Dialog" is added to the ERIH PLUS (on 11.06.2015). ERIH - European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Scienses. ID number of Nauchnyj Dialog in ERIH PLUS is 485900

Nauchnyy dialog has entered into an electronic licensing relationship with EBSCO Publishing, the world's leading aggregator of full text journals, magazines and eBooks. The full text of JOURNAL can be found in the EBSCOhost™ databases.

Presence in Libraries

 

Deposit copies of the journal are sent to the Russian Book Chamber and further to the centers of obligatory distribution of academic periodicals (libraries)

Text Presentation Form

All published articles are publicly available for reading and citing on the journal’s website and in the National E-Library (RSCI)

Edited since 2012, it attracts an international authorship.

Materials are collected on a regular basis. The journal accepts manuscripts which have not been previously published and are not under consideration by another journal while it is considered here.
The editorial board admits articles covering scientific conceptions, significant results of fundamental, theoretical and applied research in the sphere of humanities sciences (up to 25,000 characters: 8–14 pages):
History.
Philology.
Pedagogics.
The journal also publishes brief reports, reviews and information materials (descriptions and announcements of congresses, conferences, meetings, symposiums, workshops) (3-5 pages).
 
Criteria for Publication
The journal asks the reviewers to check, while evaluating a manuscript, the correspondance of the article to the following criteria:
• complience with the journal's scope
• theoretical and methodological consistency
• data sufficiency and sources reliability
• analytical accuracy
Publisher
Centr naucnyh i obrazovatelnyh proektov
43-57 Kosmonavtov prospect, Yekaterinburg, 620098, Russian Federation
Indexing /Abstracting 
European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS)
EBSCO
Ulrich's Periodicals Directory
Index Copernicus
Google Scholar
WorldCat (OCLC)
Russian Science Citation Index (eLibrary)
The editorial board has the exclusive right for distribution of the published materials. Usage of the website materials and links to them is allowed only on condition that the corresponding agreement is signed with the journal editorial board.
The article author who signed the agreement is allowed to publish the article on any Internet resources on condition of providing the reader with the unabridged imprint and the obligatory link to the publisher’s website.
Copyright and License Statement
The journal Nauchnyy Dialog is published on an open access basis under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution license 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format. Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.
By submitting the article, the authors warrant that the article is original, written by stated authors, has not been published before, contains no unlawful statements, does not infringe the rights of others, is subject to copyright that is vested exclusively in the authors and free of any third party rights, and that any necessary written permissions to quote from other sources have been obtained by the authors.
If the article was prepared jointly with other authors, the corresponding author, by submitting the article, garantees that he/she has been authorized by all co-authors to submit the article on their behalf, and agrees to inform his/her co-authors of the terms of this copyright statement.
After the publication of the article, the authors retain the following rights:
• copyright, and other proprietary rights relating to the article, such as patent rights,
• the right to use the substance of the article in future own works, including lectures and books,
• the right to reproduce the article for own purposes,
• the right to self-archive the article.
The authors retain copyright. However, by submitting the article, the authors grant the Journal Owner the exclusive license for commercial use of the article throughout the world, in any form, in any language, for the full term of copyright, effective upon acceptance for publication. This means that the authors grant the Journal Owner the exclusive right:
• to prepare, reproduce, manufacture, publish, distribute, exhibit, advertise, promote, license and sub-license printed and electronic copies of the article, through the Internet and other means of data transmission now known or later to be developed; the foregoing will include abstracts, bibliographic information, illustrations, pictures, indexes and subject headings and other proprietary materials contained in the article,
• to exercise, license, and sub-license others to exercise subsidiary and other rights in the article, including the right to photocopy, scan or reproduce copies thereof, to reproduce excerpts from the article in other works, and to reproduce copies of the article as part of compilations with other works, and publish, distribute, exhibit and license the same.

 CONDITIONS OF PUBLICATION

The author is to send to the journal editorial board via email (nauka-dialog@mail.ru) the article (in a Word file format, download the sample).

The article is to be executed in accordance with the requirements.

REQUIREMENTS TO ARTICLE EXECUTION

Article length: 9–14 pages

Font: Times New Roman (if any additional fonts are used, they are to be sent to the editorial board in electronic format)

Font size – 14 pt

Line spacing – 1.5

Margins: left – 3 cm, the others – 2 cm

The file must also include the article summary and key words.

In-text references are to be given in square brackets specifying the author’s last name (or the first word of the collection’s title), the year of the article’s or book’s publication and – if it is a citation – the page number, for example, [Wilson, 1990, p. 137], [Killingback et al., 2002, p. 425–426], [Altruism…, 2002, p. 34].

The author’s credits are to be given at the end of the article as follows:

           Zelentsov, S., Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, Head of Soybean Genetics and Immunity Laboratory, State Scientific Institution All-Russia Research Institute of Oil Crops by V.S. Pustovoit of Russian Agricultural Academy (Krasnodar), vniimk-soy@yandex.ru.

EXAMPLES OF BIBLIOGRAPHY FORMAT

Sources

 1. BNC – BritishNational Corpus [Electronic resource]. – Access mode : http://www.natcorp.ox.ac.uk/.

References

1.Altruism, cheating and anticheater adaptations in cellular slime molds / R. E. Hudson [et al.] // The American naturalist. – 2002. – Volume 160. – Issue 1. – P. 31–43.

2. Grand T. C. Foraging-predation risk trade-off, habitat selection, and the coexistance of competitors / T. C. Grand // The American naturalist. – 2002. – Volume 159. – Issue 1. – P. 106–112.

3. Gray R. D. Metaphors and methods: behavioral ecology, panbiography and the evolving synthesis / R. D. Gray // Evolutionary processes and metaphors. – Chichester : John Wiley & sons Ltd., 1988. – P. 209–242.

4. Hagemeister M. Russian cosmism in the 1920s and today / M. Hagemeister // The Occult in Russian and Soviet Culture / Ed. by B. G. Rosenthal. – Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1997. – P. 185–202.

5.Henle K. Some reflections on evolutionary theories, with a classification of fitness / K. Henle // Acta Biotheoretica. – 1991. – Volume 39. – Issue 2. – P. 91–106.

6.Killingback T. The continuous prisoner’s dilemma and the evolution of cooperation through reciprocal altruism with variable investment / T. Killingback, M. Doebeli // The American naturalist. – 2002. – Volume 160. – Issue 4. – P. 421–438.

7.Mayr E. Toward a new philosophy of biology. Observation of an evolutionist / E. Mayr. – Cambridge, Massachusetts; London: Harvard Univ. Press, 1988. – 564 p.

7.Mayr E. One long argument: Charles Darwin and the genesis of modern evolutionary thought / E. Mayr. – Cambridge Massachusetts: Harvard Univ. Press, 1991. – 195 p.

8.Paton R. C. Towards a metaphorical biology / R. C. Paton // Biology and Philosophy. – 1992. – Volume 7. – Issue 3. – P. 279–294.

9.Wilson D. S. Weak altruism, strong group selection / D. S. Wilson // Oikos. – 1990. – Volume 59. – Issue 1. – P. 135–140.

 Archives of Summaries of Nauchnyj Dialog Articles

(published in 2012–2016)

2012. Issue 1: Pedagogics. Psychology

2012. Issue 2: Biology. Ecology. Natural science. Earth science

2012. Issue 3: Philology

2012. Issue 4: History. Sociology. Culturology. Ethnography

2012. Issue 5: Pedagogics

2012. Issue 6: Psychology

2012. Issue 7: Natural science and Ecology

2012. Issue 8: Philology

2012. Issue 9: History. Sociology

2012. Issue 10: Pedagogics

2012. Issue 11: Psychology

2012. Issue 12: Philology

2013. Issue 1(13): History. Sociology. Economics

2013. Issue 2(14): Pedagogics

2013. Issue 3(15): Natural science. Ecology. Earth science

2013. Issue 4(16): Psychology. Pedagogics

2013. Issue 5(17): Philology

2013. Issue 6(18): History. Sociology. Ethnography

2013. Issue 7(19): Economics. Law. Political science

2013. Issue 8(20) : Pedagogics

2013. Issue 9(21) : Psychology. Pedagogics

 2013. Issue 10(22): Philology

2013. Issue 11(23): History. Sociology. Philosophy

 2013. Issue 12 (24): Social & Political Sciences

  January 2014

Issue 1 (25). Natural science

February 2014

 Issue 2 (26). Pedagogics

March 2014

 Issue 3 (27). Psychology. Pedagogics

April 2014

 Issue 4 (28). Philology

May 2014

 Issue 5 (29). History. Sociology. Ethnography

June 2014

 Issue 6 (30). Pedagogics

July 2014

№ 7 (31). Economics. Law

August 2014

  8 (32). History. Economics. Law

September 2014

№ 9 (33). Philology. Pedagogics

October 2014

№ 10 (34). Philology

November 2014

№ 11 (35). Psychology. Pedagogics

December 2014

№ 12 (36). Philology

January 2015. Issue 1(37)

February 2015. Issue 2(38)

March 2015. Issue 3(39)

April 2015. Issue 4(40)

May 2015. Issue 5(41)

June 2015. Issue 6(42)

July 2015. Issue 7(43)

August 2015. Issue 8(44)

September 2015. Issue 9(45)

October 2015. Issue 10(46)

November 2015. Issue 11(47)

December 2015. Issue 12(48)

НД 2016 № 1 (49)

НД 2016 № 2 (50)

НД 2016 № 3 (51)

НД 2016 № 4 (52)

НД 2016 № 5 (53)

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НД 2016 № 8 (56)

НД 2016 № 9 (57)

НД 2016 № 10 (58)

НД 2016 № 11 (59)

НД 2016 № 12 (60)

Nauchnyy Dialog. 2017. No 1.

Nauchnyy Dialog. 2017. No 2.

Е-mail: nauka-dialog@mail.ru, ndialg@mail.ru

You can use this contact information to get in touch with the journal editor-in-chief and to submit your materials for publication.

Tel. (343)3458984, +79120458984 (Tatiana Leontyeva, Editor-in-Chief)

Fax: (343)3233141

Publishing Ethics


Ethical standards for publication exist to ensure high-quality scientific publications, public trust in scientific findings, and that people receive credit for their ideas. It is important to avoid:

  • Data fabrication and falsification:

Data fabrication means that the researcher did not actually perform the study but instead made up data. Data falsification means that the researcher did the experiment, but then changed some of the data. Both of these practices make people distrust scientists. If the public is mistrustful of science, then it will be less willing to provide funding support.

  • Plagiarism:

Taking the ideas and work of others without giving them credit is unfair and dishonest. Copying even from one sentence from someone else’s manuscript, or even one of your own that has previously been published, without proper citation is considered plagiarism—use your own words instead.

  • Multiple submissions:

It is unethical to submit the same manuscript to more than one journal at the same time. Doing this wastes the time of editors and peer reviewers, and can damage the reputation of journals if published in more than one.

  • Redundant publications (or ‘salami’ publications):

This means publishing many very similar manuscripts based on the same experiment. It can make readers less likely to pay attention to your manuscripts.

  • Improper author contribution or attribution:

All of the listed authors must have made a significant scientific contribution to the research in the manuscript and have approved all its claims. Do not forget to list everyone who made a significant scientific contribution, including students and laboratory technicians.

Writing the review

The primary purpose for the review is to provide the editors with the information needed to reach a decision. The review should also instruct the authors as to how they can strengthen their paper to the point where it may be acceptable. As far as possible, a negative review should explain to the authors the weaknesses of their manuscript, so that rejected authors can understand the basis for the decision and see in broad terms what needs to be done to improve the manuscript. This is secondary to the other functions, however, and referees should not feel obliged to provide detailed, constructive advice to the authors of papers that do not meet the criteria for the journal (as outlined in the letter from the editor when asking for the review). If the reviewer believes that a manuscript would not be suitable for publication, his/her report to the author should be as brief as is consistent with enabling the author to understand the reason for the decision.

 Anonymity

We do not release reviewers' identities to authors or to other reviewers, except when reviewers specifically ask to be identified. Unless they feel so strongly, however, we prefer that reviewers should remain anonymous throughout the review process and beyond.