REQUIREMENTS FOR PAPERS
“STUDIA LINGUISTICA” (2021)
Institute of Philology,
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine
The Journal invites papers (including articles, reviews, opinions, etc.) from
scholars in the field of linguistics. Papers are acceptable for publication on condition
they have never been published before; their topics are relevant to the “Studia
Linguistica” research focus and the text is presented in a predetermined format.
Papers must describe the current state of the investigated problem and comprise the
new findings revealed in the course of research.
Theoretical approaches must be supported by the appropriate illustrations.
1. Languages – Ukrainian, Russian, English, French, German, Romanian, Polish.
2. Paper must consist of: 0,5 p. p. for an analytical article; 0,3 p. p. for an
article; 0,25 p. p. for a review.
3. Title of the article is printed in the center in 1 space (font – Times New Roman
14, bold CAPITALS). The title should contain no more than 12 words.
4. Below (after 2 intervals) centered in bold italics Last Name, First Name of the
author. Below 1 interval ordinary italics centered academic degree and academic title
(PhD, assistant (associate) professor, postgraduate student, etc.). 1 interval below on
the center place of work or study (institution name is written in full, without
abbreviations; font – Times New Roman 14, ordinary italics). Below is the author’s
5. Instructions for preparation abstracts or summary: Three abstracts before
the text of article sized from 200 to 250 words, which should be informative in terms of the main methods, results, conclusions and work prospectives. The key words (5 or
6) are submitted in the language of the article. It is printed in 13 Times New Roman,
1-spaced in italics (do not write the word Annotation, write the word Keywords after
the annotation from a new line).
6. Below comes the title of the article, the name (names)of the author(s) and an
abstract containing from 200 to 250 words and keywords in Russian and English. If
the article is written in Russian or English, then the author’s name, title of publication,
abstract and keywords should be submitted in Ukrainian and in one of the foreign
languages approved by the Editorial Board (printed in Times New Roman 13,
1 spaced). Do not write the words Abstract or Summary, write the word Keywords
after the annotation from a new line in italics.
7. Paper format: the text must be typed in Times New Roman 14 pt. in 1.5 space
in regular font with no hyphens at the end of line. Margins – at the top and bottom –
2 cm; left – 2,5 cm; right – 1,5 cm. Paragraph indention – 1,25 cm. (set automatically).
8. Fragments of the paper containing illustrations must be typed in italics.
9. Quotes and definitions are enclosed in quotation marks (“word”). A hyphen
(-) must be clearly distinguished from a dash (–), e.g.: “Language – is …”, but “lexico-
10. The text of the article should contain: 1) introduction; 2) the main part;
3) conclusions and prospectives of the further research; 4) literature; 5) a list of
sources of illustrative material (if any); 6) References.
11. The introduction should contain an overview of studies in the field of the
problem raised in the article within foreign and domestic linguistics (history of the
issue), the purpose and objectives of the work. The main part contains a description
of the materials and research methods, a presentation of the main research materials
with justification of the obtained scientific results. The conclusions and prospectives
of the further research contain the generalization of the results of problems’ solving
represented in the introduction and set the vector of the scientific reasearch within the
framework of the indicated problem. Literature is formatted according to Chicago Style: Notes and Bibliography. All sources from the list of references should be
cited in the text of the article. The list of sources of illustrative material (if any) is
made according to the requirements of the list of references. References (compiled
according to the requirements of foreign standards).
12. All citations in the text are made in such a way: in the square brackets the
surname of the author, the year of publication and after comma – the page’s number is
given. For example [Golubovska 2004, p. 94], [Batsevich 2003, p. 37-56; Freeman
2000, p. 254].
13. Before periods, commas, colons, semicolons, question marks and exclamation
marks, as well as after brackets and quotation marks, – no spaces are left.
14. Literature (centered, in bold, Times New Roman 14), in alphabetical order.
Bibliographic description should be done according to Chicago Style: Notes and
Bibliography. The first source begins with step back in 1.25 cm. Font Times New
Roman 12, one interval. Each position of the list of references is submitted beginning
from a new line. First come editions in Russian and Ukrainian languages in
alphabetical order, after – in foreign languages (also in alphabetical order). Works of
one and the same author should be given in order of ascending years.
15. The bibliography follows the text, including the list of reference sources.
The word. “Literature” is typed after the text and centered. If necessary, List of
Illustrative Material is included continuing the numbering from the previous list.
16. In References (title centered, bold, Times New Roman 14), links are formed
in accordance with the requirements of foreign standards and are submitted for Cyrillic
in the form of transliteration using the BGN (Board of Geographic Names) program,
which is presented on the website: http: //www.translit.ru, followed by a translation
into English in square brackets. The list should repeat in its sequence the List of
References and the List of Illustrative Material. If the list contains links to foreign
publications, they are completely repeated.
Bibliographic reference schema:
– author (s) (transliteration);
– title of the article (transliteration); – [translation of the title of the article into English in square brackets];
– the name of the Ukrainian or Russian source (transliteration);
– [translation of the source title into English in square brackets (optional for
– initial data with designations in English, or only digital;
– designation of the article language (In Ukr. / In Russ.).
Example of article description:
Cherniukh, B. V. “Markery prjamoi ‘movy u ryms’kij poezii’ epohy Avgusta (na
materiali” Metamorfoz “Ovidija) [Markers of the Direct Speech in Roman Poetry of
the Augustan Period (on“ Metamorphoses ”by Ovid)].” Studia Linguistica 15 (2019):
277-290 (In Ukr.).
17. After References the date of receipt of the author’s original by the Editorial
Board is indicated. FontTimes New Roman 10.
18. The cost of 12 page of publication – 27 euro, more than 2 pages – 2 euro per
page. Payment is made after double reviewing the article and checking it out for
21. Instructions for paper submission.
The editorial board accepts:
− information about the author on a separate sheet and in a separate file including:
full first and second names, patronymic name, degree, rank, place of employment or
training (postgraduates should indicate the year of training), position, phone numbers,
home and e-mail addresses;
− review of the submitted paper by the scientific supervisor for a postgraduate.
All materials are submitted in a folder, indicating the date of their reception by the
editorial board. The electronic copy of the article and information about the author are
sent to: email@example.com
Papers submitted to the editorial board, including those not accepted for
publication, will not be returned to the author.
Date of the acception by the Editorial Board 13.03.2021.