Examining The Publication Requirements

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Examining The Publication Requirements

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Examining The Publication Requirements

 

What are the requirements for publication put forward by the editorial office of the publication? It is no secret that each editorial office puts forward its own requirements for publications, if any of them are not met, the article may not be published. Therefore, the first step in working on an article is to carefully study the requirements.

 

The first logical question that arises from the authors: "Where can we find these very requirements?" The answer is simple:
  • in periodicals they are published in the magazine or newspaper itself;
  • Requirements for articles that will be published in conference proceedings are usually sent in a letter dedicated to the conditions of this very conference.
 

One of the first steps to writing an article for a conference is to register for the event. So, the requirements have been found, it remains only to read them carefully, focusing on the following points:
  • volume of publication;
  • structure requirements;
  • design features;
  • deadlines for submitting the finished text of the article;
  • documents to be submitted along with the article or at registration.
 

Choosing a theme

 

How to choose a topic for a scientific article? After solving all organizational issues, it's time to start choosing a topic for your future work. When choosing a topic, one should be guided by the principles of novelty, relevance and uniqueness. Even if you're not able to execute the topic well, with us.paperhelpwriting.com you can surely write a high-quality article.

 

The rules for choosing a topic are as follows:
  • The topic should be interesting for the author, because if he worked on it with inspiration, the reader feels it too.
  • The topic should be narrow, since the average volume of scientific articles does not allow, since problems of a wide scale should be analyzed.
  • In order not to miss the topic, work through several of the most recent articles or monographs on it (this will allow you to assess the degree of study of the problem and "draw out" what will be fresh and relevant for the reader).
  • The topic should be decorated with an interesting title so that it grabs the reader's attention.
 

Collecting materials for the article

 

Search for sources for writing a scientific article before attempting to do it. After you decide on the topic, you need to start collecting materials. You will already have some sources (you used them to choose the topic of the article), this list should be replenished.

 

Sources for writing an article can be found in the library or on the Internet. You need to be careful with the Internet, as many sites offer information of poor quality in terms of reliability. Still, possibilities to find sources and even companies are too great to pass on. Use only trusted Internet resources (catalogs of well-known libraries, university sites, author sites).

 

Remember that the article is a small scientific study, therefore the bibliography should also include few items, traditionally - from 5 to 7. Sometimes the requirements for articles indicate a limitation of the bibliography. After making a primary list, if it turns out to be too long, select the most authoritative works. Do not list sources that you do not intend to use.
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