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Author Guidelines

EUREKA: Social and Humanities publishes 4 types of materials:
- review article,
- progress reports,
- full paper,
- research news: at the forefront of life science

Review article
The aim of this article - to give a general overview of a particular area of research, while making obligatory emphasis on how the given results can contribute to the development of society.
Manuscripts submitted to this section should contain not more than 20 000 words. The material should be divided into appropriate sections. References should include at least 100 titles. In addition, the material should be accompanied by a brief summary and 4-7 keywords.

Full paper
The aim of these articles - the generation of new ideas, even too ambitious! This means that such articles should not be exhaustive, but must contain the new idea of the author.
Manuscripts submitted to this section should contain not more than 10 000 words, divided into appropriate sections. References should include 50-100 titles. In addition, the material should be accompanied by a brief summary and 4-7 keywords.

Full papers
The aim of these articles - describe the results of research conducted by the author (group of authors) in the selected area. The main in articles of this type is the use of evidence based on modern concepts of methodology to assess the validity of the author’s conclusions.
Manuscripts submitted to this section should contain no more than 4,500 words and may contain images that illustrate the key moments of the study.
In addition, the material should be accompanied by a brief summary and a maximum of 5 keywords.
References should include 20-50 titles

Research news: at the forefront of Social and Humanities sciences
The aim of these articles - bring research results that are at the forefront of the social sciences, and in such manner, to the nonspecialist reader in a narrow domain was able to understand and appreciate the essence of this research and the importance of its results for the development of society as a whole.
Manuscripts should not contain more than 4,500 words and may contain up to four fugures. There should be also included a short summary and a maximum of five keywords.


1. Before submitting an article to the journal «EUREKA: Social and Humanities», we recommend to do the following to speed up the editorial and publication of the article:
- Read the publication policy (publications ethics, conflicts of interest, cost of publication (link))
- Read the subjects and content of the journal «EUREKA: Social and Humanities» and select the section according to the research area (link)
- Make analysis of publications on the your research area and make sure that your research is unique
- Learn the requirements of the journal to articles, execute your manuscript according to the requirements and verify its correctness with a checklist (link)
- Make sure in the quality of English in your manuscript. If you are not sure of the quality of the English, you can use the services of translator, editor, proofreader of our editorial staff (can request by e-mail

2. Identify the type of article:
- review article,
- progress reports,
- full paper,
- research news: at the forefront of Social and Humanities sciences

3. Send an article for consideration to the editorial
- By e-mail (
All stages of article publication (peer review, editing, layout editing, proofreading) will be followed by e-mails.
Using the on-line form for submission of articles on the website (link)

4. Reviewers
Please attach a full name to his manuscript and workers (institutional) e-mail of potential reviewers for your work. Note that the editor reserves the exclusive right to decide whether or not to use services offered by the reviewers. In any case, the editorial is practicing the policy of blind review (link)

5. Requirements for article

5.1. Requirements for the text
Font - Times New Roman
Font size -14
Margins - 20 mm
Interval - 1

5.2. Structure of the article
Please note that the article supplied to the editor should be strictly structured. Divide your article into clearly defined and numbered sections. Subsections should be numbered 1.1 (Section 1.1.1, 1.1.2, ...), 1.2 and so on. (Abstract and acknowledgements are not numbered). Use this numbering also for internal cross-references. Each subsection must be given a short title. Each title should begin with a new line.

Title of the article should be short and informative, and fully reflects the essence of the research presented in the article, i.e. the names are often used in information retrieval systems. Avoid the use of acronyms, abbreviations and formulas in the title.

The abstract should summarize the aim of the study, the main results and key findings. Abstracts are often presented separately from the article, so it should give a complete picture of the research presented in the article. Therefore, avoid using in abstracts:
- References,
- Specific abbreviations and acronyms; if, however, it is necessary, they should be accompanied by an explanation at the first mention in the abstract

Keywords must be unique for this article. Use combinations for a more complete description of the study.

Authors info
Specify the full name of all authors, affiliation, address, place of work, contact information for each of the co-authors.

Contact person
Full name and contact information of the author, who will be correspond with the editorial.

The section should include aim of the work and give «background» of research, avoiding detailed descriptions of the literature review and summary of the results.

Materials and Methods
Materials and methods should be presented in such detail that they can be reproduced. Methods that have been published should be given by reference. Only changes should be described

Experimental procedures
The experimental procedures should be presented in such detail that they can be reproduced

Results should be clear and concise

In this section, you must explore the significance of Results, not repeat them. You should combine the sections "Results" and "Discussion” in the same section. Avoid comprehensive citations and discussion of the references in this section.

This section should briefly give the main conclusions of the study. These sections can be divided into subsections.

List here the people / organizations that have assisted during the study (for example, provide language assistance, help with the experiments, financial assistance, etc.).

All references must be made in accordance with APA
Examples (link)

It is strongly recommended to specify the DOI (link) for all work (if any).

Links to programs that will help make references
Reference Manager

5.3. Citations in the text
Please make sure that all the links in the text present in the list of references (and vice versa).
Unpublished results and personal contacts are not recommended to indicate in the list of references, but they can be mentioned in the text.
Citation of references «inpress» imply that these articles have been accepted for publication.

5.4. Figures
All the figures, which are given in the article, should have captions that are brief and informative describing the essence of the figure. Captions should explain all symbols and abbreviations given in the figure.
Please note that the figures can be provided separately from the article on site of the journal.
All lettering on the figures should be easy to read and comply with the font size 14.
All figures must be accompanied by a reference in the text (for example, Fig. 1, etc.)

Format of figures:
- EPS (or PDF): vector graphics.
- TIFF (or JPEG): full-color or grayscale: always use a minimum of 300 dpi
- TIFF (or JPG): bitmaps: always use a minimum of 1000 dpi
- TIFF (or JPG): combined bitmap / halftone (color or grayscale): use at least 500 dpi.

- Do not use files with GIF, BMP, PICT, WPG; Resolution is low.
- Do not use figures that are disproportionately large for the article.
- Do not use images, which it is impossible to read the lettering.

5.5. Tables
Please give the table as the editable text, not as an image.
Ensure that the data presented in the tables don’t duplicate results described in the article. Please do not use vertical text.
All tables must be accompanied by a reference in the text (e.g. Table 1 and so on)

5.6. Mathematical formulas
Please give mathematical equations as editable text, not in the form of images.
Simple formulas are typed by the normal text, where possible, also use "/" instead of the horizontal line for small fractional expressions, for example, X / Y. Other formulas must be represented in the equation editor MathType (link).
All formulas given in the text must be numbered, for example

x=1+5                                                                           (1)

5.7. Abbreviations
Define all abbreviations and acronyms that are not standard in this subject area, at the first mention in the text. Ensure consistency of abbreviations throughout the article.

6. Supporting information
All supporting information (audio, video, statistics, and so on) should be sent in a separate file from the manuscript.
These materials will be located in the archive on the website of the journal on the article page.

7. Changes in the authorship of articles
After the manuscript is accepted, any change in authorship, including adding, deleting or changing the order of the authors is not allowed.


Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The article is not plagiarism
  2. All the authors are included in the list of coauthors of the manuscript
  3. Took into account all the requirements of section "AUTHOR GUIDELINES"

Privacy Statement

The editorial board of pay special attention to hold all information in confidence that comes to the editorial board and has not been published yet. The basic principles the editors follow:

  • All reviewers confirm the confidentiality of information with which they work up to the time of the paper publication.
  • If a reviewer needs help or advice of experts about a particular subject matter, the reviewers report to the editorial staff and get permission for such consultation.
  • The information, proposed by the authors to the editors, is not transferred to third parties.
  • All contact information (phone numbers and addresses), which the authors give to the editorial board, is used only by the editors and is not transferred to third parties.