The New Historical Perspectives: from Baltica to Pacific Ocean
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Procedures

I. Editorial policy

1. The author's material should not exceed 1 author's sheet (40 thousand characters with spaces, including figures, tables, bibliography and other components of the article), messages - 0.5 author's sheets, reviews - 0.2 author's sheets. The manuscript submitted to the editorial office should correspond to the thematic profile of the journal, meet the international standards of scientific publications and be formalized in accordance with established rules. They should also be a statement of the results of the original author's scientific research, be inscribed in the context of domestic and foreign research on this topic, reflect the author's ability to freely navigate in the existing bibliographic context on the issues involved and adequately apply the generally accepted methodology of setting and solving scientific problems. All texts should be written in literary language, edited and conform to the scientific style of speech. Incorrect selection and unreliability of the facts, citations, statistical and sociological data, names of own, geographical names and other information cited by the authors can lead to rejection of the submitted material (including at the registration stage).

2. Articles containing signs of falsification of the results of scientific research, basic data and information, and plagiarism are not accepted for publication-representations as own ideas and achievements of others, use of other people's texts without reference to the source. Also not accepted for publication, containing elements of autoplagate (the so-called "reprints" of articles already published by the same author).

3. All tables and figures in the article should be numbered, have headings and links in the text. If the data is borrowed from another source, a bibliographic reference should be given to it in the form of a note. All graphic material is accepted only in the form edited by Word tools.

4. References to the article should contain only those works that are mentioned in the article. Artificial expansion of the list of literature due to not mentioned in the main text of the work is prohibited.

5. The list of literature should contain not less than 1/4 of the works published on the problem of the article for the last 10 years.

6. In the list of literature, references to scientific publications in the Internet are possible. The number of such sources should not exceed 1/4 of the total number of works in the list of literature. Links to Internet portals that lack scientific editing of materials (for example, Wikipedia) are prohibited.

7. The editors reserve the right to edit and reduce the materials. The author's rejection of editorial changes may lead to the rejection of the article.

8. Acceptance of the material for consideration is not a guarantee of its publication. Registered articles are reviewed by the editorial staff and, if they are formally and in substance, the journal's requirements are sent to anonymous peer review.

  


 

II. RULES FOR THE REVIEW OF ARTICLES

 

The author sends an article to the editorial board in accordance with the requirements for scientific articles submitted for publication in the journal.

All manuscripts arriving in the journal are sent along the profile of scientific research for review to one of the members of the editorial board or to the referee.

When evaluating an article, the reviewer takes into account: relevance to the journal subject, scientific novelty and significance of the presented results, compliance with the rules for the preparation of articles, the validity of the results; correct use of the results of other authors; correctness of references; quality of presentation and design.

In conclusion of the review, one of the following recommendations must necessarily be indicated: the possibility of publication in the journal (in the form submitted or after the appropriate revision according to the comments of the reviewer) or inappropriate publication.

The review terms of the manuscript should not exceed 7 days from the date of receipt by the reviewer.

The final decision to publish or reject the article, as well as the order of placement in the journal, is taken by the editorial board.

In the event that the views of the editorial board and the reviewer do not coincide, the article is sent for additional review.

The Editorial Board submits to the authors of the article a copy of the review (without reference to the reviewer).

An article sent to the authors for revision should be returned in corrected form (in 2 copies) together with its original version as soon as possible with a corresponding letter containing responses to all comments and explaining all the changes made in the article.

Article delayed for more than 3 months. or requiring recycling, is treated as newly received.

The author bears full responsibility for the scientific content of the article and the accuracy of the data given in the literature list.

The editorial team by email informs the author of the results of the review.

After accepting the editorial board's decision to admit the article to the publication, the editor informs the author about it.

The editorial board does not assume obligations on the terms of publication.

Original reviews are stored in the editorial office for five years.

The editors do not enter into discussions with the authors about the rejected works.

III. Ethics of scientific publications

   The editorial board of the scientific journal "New historical perspectives: from  Baltics to the Pacific ocean" is guided in its work by the international ethical rules of scientific publications, including the rules of decency, confidentiality, supervision of publications, consideration of possible conflicts of interest, etc. The editorial board follows the recommendations of the Committee on Ethics of Scientific Publications (Committee on Publication Ethics), and also relies on the valuable experience of authoritative international journals and publishing houses.


Duties of Authors

Reporting standards

We expect the authors to provide reliable results of the work done, as well as an objective discussion of the significance of the study. The research data should be clearly stated in writing. The article should contain enough information to check and repeat the experiments by other researchers. Fraudulent or knowingly untruthful statements are equated with unethical behavior and are unacceptable.

Access to and storage of data

Authors may be asked to provide input for the editorial review. They should be prepared to provide open access to such data, if possible, and in any case should be prepared to maintain the source materials within a reasonable period of time after their publication.

Originality and Plagiarism

Authors should provide only original works. When using text or graphic information obtained from the work of others, references to the relevant publications or the author's written permission are necessary. Any kind of plagiarism is regarded as unethical behavior and is unacceptable.

Multiple, repeated and competing publications

Authors should indicate that their work is published for the first time. If the elements of the manuscript were previously published in another article, the authors are obliged to refer to earlier work and indicate what a significant difference the new work from the previous one. Verbatim copying of own works and their paraphrasing are unacceptable, they can be used only as a basis for new conclusions. Submitting an article to more than one journal is simultaneously regarded as unethical behavior and is unacceptable.

Confirmation of sources

The authors are obliged to recognize the contributions of others who have influenced the nature of the study. It is necessary to have bibliographic references to used works. Information obtained privately through conversation, correspondence or discussion with third parties should not be used without obtaining open written permission from their source.

The authorship of the work

Authorship should be limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the concept, design, implementation or interpretation of the claimed study. All those who have made a significant contribution, should be listed as co-authors. Those who participated in some significant aspects of the research project should be listed in the list of project participants. The author must ensure that the names of all co-authors and participants of the project are placed on the lists of co-authors and participants, and that all co-authors got acquainted with the final version of the scientific work and approved it, and also consented to its publication.

Disclosure and Conflict of Interest

All authors should disclose in their work information about any financial and other significant conflicts of interest that may affect the results of the study or their interpretation. All sources of financial support for the project should be disclosed.

Significant errors in published works

If the author finds a significant error or inaccuracy in his published work, he is obliged to immediately notify the editor or publisher of the journal about this and help them in removing or correcting the error. If the editor or publisher finds out from a third party that the published work contains significant errors, the author is obliged to immediately remove or correct them, or to provide the editors with proof of the correctness of the original article.


Duties of the Editorial Board

Decision to publish an article

Submission of the article for consideration implies that it contains new non-trivial scientific results obtained by the authors, which have not been published before. Each article is reviewed. Reviewing takes place according to the "blind" scheme, when reviewers know the author, but the author does not know the reviewer. Experts have every opportunity to freely express their reasoned criticisms regarding the level and clarity of the presentation of the presented material, its relevance to the journal's profile, novelty and reliability of the results. Recommendations of reviewers are the basis for making a final decision on the publication of the article. The responsibility for the decision to publish is entirely on the editorial board of the journal. The editorial board decides to publish, guided by the policy of the magazine, taking into account the current legislation in the field of copyright. The editors evaluate the manuscripts solely on their scientific content, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnicity, citizenship and political views of the authors. The article, if accepted for publication, is placed in the public domain; copyrights are reserved for authors.

Confidentiality

The editor and all members of the editorial staff are not allowed to disclose information about the works submitted to anyone other than the relevant authors, reviewers, other editorial consultants and, if necessary, the publisher. The editor and editorial staff do not have the right to use unpublished materials used in the submitted manuscript in their own research without the written consent of the author.

Conflict of interest and resolution of ethical conflicts

In the event of a conflict of interest as a result of a competitive relationship, cooperation or other relationship and relationship with one of the authors, companies, or institutions associated with submitted manuscripts, the editor submits the manuscript for consideration to another member of the editorial board. Editors should ask all participants in the process to disclose existing competing interests. If the competition of interests was revealed after the publication of the article, the editorial staff is obliged to ensure the publication of the amendments. When submitting an ethical complaint regarding a given manuscript or a published article, the editor must take reasonable responses in cooperation with the publisher (or society). Every report of a fact of unethical behavior will be considered, even if it was received years after the publication of the article. If the complaint is supported, publish appropriate corrections, refutations, or apologies.


Responsibilities of reviewers

Contribution to editorial decisions

Expert evaluation helps the editor in making editorial decisions and through the cooperation of the editor and the author can help the author in improving his work.

Efficiency

Any reviewer who is selected to evaluate the work, who believes that his qualification is not enough to consider the research presented in the scientific work, or knows that the speed of its consideration will be too low, should notify the editor about it and refuse the review process.

Confidentiality

Any manuscript submitted for examination must be considered a confidential document. It is inadmissible to show it to other reviewers or to discuss with other experts without the prior permission of the editor-in-chief.

Standards of objectivity

Reviews about scientific papers should be objective. Personal criticism of the author is inappropriate. Reviewers are required to express their views clearly and reasonably.

Confirmation of sources

Reviewers should identify relevant published works in the peer-reviewed material that were not quoted by the authors. Any statements, conclusions or arguments that have already been used in any publications before, should be properly formatted as quotations. The reviewer is also obliged to draw the editor's attention to a substantial or partial similarity with any other work with which the reviewer is directly familiar.

Disclosure and Conflict of Interest

Unpublished materials used in the submitted manuscript should not be used in the reviewer's own research without the written consent of the author. Closed information or ideas obtained during the review should remain confidential and not be used for personal gain. Reviewers should not participate in the examination and evaluation of manuscripts in which they are personally interested. 

IV. Order of delivery

The article is made in accordance with the requirements for the design of materials (see below) and is sent along with a scan copy of the certified consent form to the e-mail address of the editorial office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. The file sent to the editor must be saved in Word 97 - 2003 format (extension. doc) and should be named by the author's name in the Latin script (for example, IvanovStatya, IvanovBlank).

Manuscripts are accepted continuously for a year. In one issue of the magazine, the author can not publish more than one article.

Articles submitted to the editorial board are subject to internal and external review (except for articles of members of the editorial board of the journal).

The authors of the articles accepted for publication send a scanned copy of the completed, signed and certified consent form to the editorial office, authorizing the editing of the article, its inclusion in electronic databases, as well as the free transfer of these rights to third parties, provided that they are complied with non-property copyrights, extracting from the article and using free of charge metadata (name, name of the author (copyright holder), annotations, bibliographic materials, etc.) for inclusion in the Scopus and ISC and the confirmation that the material has not been previously published and is not under consideration and / or accepted for publication in any other publication. The Scan-copy of the consent form is sent to the editor in PDF format.

Internal review is carried out by the editorial board. External review of scientific materials is provided by the author of the material provided and is carried out by a specialist of the appropriate profile who holds a doctorate or candidate of science degree in the relevant field. Scan-copy of the external reviewer's response to the article is sent to the editor in PDF format.

The manuscript of the article (for example, IvanovStatya.doc), a scan copy of the consent form for the publication (for example, IvanovBlank.pdf) and the external reviewer's review (for example, IvanovRecenziya.pdf) are sent to the editor (loaded) on the corresponding page.

The content (some numbers - full, some short) is available on the magazine's website. In order to obtain full access to all issues of the scientific journal, it is necessary to subscribe to the branches of FSUE Russian Post

ATTENTION! Since the number 3 (12), 2018 scientific publications are placed in our journal on a fee basis. The cost of placement is 500 rubles for the publication of the article up to 40 thousand characters with spaces

In case of non-compliance with any of the requirements presented here, the editors reserve the right not to consider such articles. 

1. Requirements for the design of materials

Editorial board of the journal "New Historical Perspectives" accepts only materials sent by a file attached to an e-mail. The article should be formalized strictly in accordance with the requirements set forth below and carefully subtracted.

MANUSCRIPTED DIRECTLY TO THE MAGAZINE SHOULD CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS:

1. The index on the Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) - in the upper left corner of the manuscript of the article (in Russian and English).

2. Title of the article (in capital letters); author's abstract (abstract) and keywords in Russian. The volume of the author's resume is from 100 to 250 words. Key words and word combinations should be no more than 10.

3. Transliteration and translation into English of the corresponding data of block 1 in the same sequence: the title of the article is in English. The abstract in English may differ from the Russian analogue, but should be as detailed as possible: the author's abstract (Abstract) is designed to perform the function of an independent source of information. The CV in English should be understandable and interesting to the English-speaking reader who could get the most complete idea of ​​the subject and level of the study without referring to the text of the article.

4. The full text of the article in the original language, designed in accordance with the current requirements of the journal.

5. Notes.

6. References (the title is "Literature") in Russian. The list of literature is listed in alphabetical order. It should contain only the works cited in the article. References to the literature should be given with the help of non-numeric, but bracketed footnotes - by specifying the author's surname and year of work in parentheses, separating the page number with a colon. If a reference is made to a collection of articles, instead of the author's surname, you can indicate either the name of the responsible editor (or compiler) of the collection, or one or two words from the collection title. If a reference is made to a material whose author or originator is not known (a newspaper note, etc.), one or two words from the beginning of the title of the material are also indicated. Names that are convenient for reduction can be reduced, for example, "Acts of the Archaeographic Commission." When referring to articles or books written jointly by two authors, both authors are indicated. When referring to articles or books written jointly by three or more authors, it is necessary to indicate the surname of the first author and write "et al."; to foreign publications - "et al.". When referring to the work of the same author, published in the same year, it is necessary to distinguish between works, adding the Latin letters a, b, c to the year of publication. In the output data of books it is recommended to specify not only the city and the year, but also the publishing house.

7. References in English (the title is "References"). When preparing a list of literature, follow the example below. To create transliterated text, please use the service http://en.translit.net/?account=bgn

8. Brief information about the author (s) in Russian and English (full name, place of work, position, postal address) with an e-mail address at the end of the article. Brief information about the author (s) is separated from the list of literature by a horizontal line (an extended dash).

Page settings:

the fields are ordinary: the upper - 2 cm; the bottom - 2 cm; left - 3 cm; right - 1.5 cm; binding - 0 cm.

Text format:

alignment - in width; the first line is an indent of 1.25 cm; line spacing - single; font - Times New Roman; size (size) - 14; without automatic hyphenation.

Abbreviations:

At the first mention of a person, IO shall be indicated. AND ABOUT. are separated by a space from the last name. It is not allowed to mention the names of any persons only by name and patronymic. It is necessary to write a full name (including a patronymic and a surname), or abbreviated (a name and a surname).

Years when specifying a certain period are indicated only in numbers, not in numerals: the 1920s, not the twenties.

A specific date is given with a reduction in g. Or gg: 1920, 1920-1922.

Not century or century, but in. or cc. (Roman numerals): IX century.

Write only in full: since, so-called.

From the abbreviations are allowed: etc., etc., etc., etc., ie, see

% is indicated by an icon, not by a word, if it is associated with a digit and is separated from the digit by a space: 3%.

Figures: millions of thousands and thousands of hundreds are separated by a space:

 4 700 000, 1 560.

000 can be replaced by the corresponding abbreviated words: thousand, million, billion For example: 4.7 million.

The names of banknotes are given according to the accepted abbreviations: dollars, fr., Rub., F. art., stamp.

Quotes - only "", if the quoted word begins a quote or is adjacent to the end of the quote, direct double quotes are used: "one, two, three, four".

Initials: separated from the last name by an indissoluble blank (Ctrl, Shift, "space"). For example: I.I. Ivanov, W. Churchill.

The letter "yo"

is put only in cases when the substitution for e distorts the meaning of the word, in all other cases only e.

Illustrations

Illustrations (photographs, drawings, tables, graphs, diagrams, etc.) are executed in black and white, should be end-to-end numbered according to their position in the text and additionally attached as separate files. Each illustration is separate, in tif or jpg format with a resolution of at least 300 dpi (dots per inch). For example, "Figure 1.jpg".

For captions, you need to create a separate Word 97 - 2003 file (.doc extension), which lists the file names and illustrations, and the signatures that correspond to each one. For example: "Figure 1 - captain 1st rank Ivanov II (photo, 1916)".

We draw the authors' attention to the inadmissibility of inserting illustrations in documents of Word 97 - 2003 format files (.doc extension) sent to the editorial office. To determine the position of an illustration in the text, enter "Figure 1" (etc.) in bold type into the text of the article.

Notes

Notes are placed after the main text of the article, before the list of used literature. They must have end-to-end numbering (1, 2, 3, etc.). If there are references in the notes to the literature used, the number of these sources in the list of literature should be correlated with the numbering of sources in the main text of the article.

Sample of registration:

 

УДК 94(436):94(47).083.327.82

UDC 94(436):94(47).083.327.82

 

ВЛИЯНИЕ РОССИЙСКОЙ ИМПЕРИИ НА РУСОФИЛЬСКОЕ ДВИЖЕНИЕ В ГАЛИЦИИ И ЗАКАРПАТЬЕ В XIX– НАЧАЛЕ XXВВ.

Аннотация:

В настоящей статье автор, используя архивные материалы и труды историков-русинистов, рассматривает формы, методы и степень влияния общественной организации «Галицко-русское благотворительное общество» на формирование, эволюцию и развитие галицко-русского движения в Австро-Венгрии конца XIX — начала XX вв.

Ключевые слова: Российская империя, Галиция, Закарпатье, Галицко-русское благотворительное общество, русины, Австро-Венгрия, Первая мировая война, В.А. Бобринский.

 

THE INFLUENCE OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE OF THE RUSSOPHILE MOVEMENT IN GALICIA AND TRANSCARPATHIA IN XIX – EARLY XX CENTURIES  

Abstract:

In this article the author, using archival materials and works of historians-rusynists, examines the forms, methods and the degree of influence of “the Galician-Russian benevolent society” on the formation, evolution and development of the Galician-Russian movement in the Austro-Hungarian Empire of the late XIX – early XX centuries.

Keywords: The Russian Empire, Galicia, Transcarpathia, “the Galician-Russian benevolent society”, the rusyns of Austria-Hungary, WWI, Vladimir Bobrinsky.

 

Несмотря на то, что со стороны властей Российской империи русинское движение не имело официальной поддержки, многие общественные деятели и организации осуществляли материальную  и иную поддержку движению. Самым крупным общественным объединением, оказывавшим поддержку русинам было Галицко-русское благотворительное общество, председателем которого был граф В.А. Бобринский…

Литература:

АВПРИ 1 — Архив внешней политики Российской империи (далее — АВПРИ). Ф. Особый политический отдел. Оп. 474. Д. 155. Л. 63—63 об.

АВПРИ 2 — АВПРИ. Ф. Особый политический отдел. Оп. 474. Д. 155. Л. 65—65 об.

РГИА — Российский государственный исторический архив. Ф. 465. Оп. 1. Д. 3. Л. 1—13.

Аксенов-Меерсон 2014 — Аксенов-Меерсон М. Империй призрачных орлы. Повесть о том, как русская епархия в Америке оказалась решающим фактором в развязывании Первой мировой войны. France-Tireur, 2014. 279 с.

Иванов 2008 — Иванов Б.Ю., Комзолова А.А., Ряховская И.С. Государственная дума Российской империи: 1906—1917. М., 2008. 735 с.

Пашаева 2001 — Пашаева Н.М. Очерки истории русского движения в Галичине XIX—XX вв. М., 2001. 201 с.

References:

AVPRI 1 — Arkhiv vneshney politiki Rossiyskoy imperii (AVPRI). F. Osobyy politicheskiy otdel. Op. 474. D. 155. L. 63–63 ob. [Archive of Foreign Policy of the Russian Empire. Fund “Special political division”, inv. 474, file 155,  pp. 63–63 b., in Russian].

AVPRI 2 — AVPRI. Fund Osobyy politicheskiy otdel. Op. 474. D. 155. L. 65–65 ob. [Archive of Foreign Policy of the Russian Empire. Fund “Special political division”, inv. 474, file 155, pp. 65–65 b., in Russian].

RGIA — Rossiyskiy gosudarstvennyy istoricheskiy arkhiv. F. 465. Op. 1. D. 3. L. 1–13 [The Russian State Historical Archive. Fund 465, inv. 1, file. 3, pp. 1–13, in Russian].

Aksenov-Meerson 2014 — Aksenov-Meerson M. Imperiy prizrachnykh orly. Povest’ o tom, kak russkaya eparkhiya v Amerike okazalas’ reshayushchim faktorom v razvyazyvanii Pervoy mirovoy voyny [Eagles of Ghostly Empires. Tale about Russian Diocese in America becoming a Decisive Factor in the Outbreak of World War I]. France-Tireur, 2014. 279 p. [in Russian].

Ivanov 2008 — Ivanov B.Yu., Komzolova A.A., Ryakhovskaya I.S. Gosudarstvennaya duma Rossiyskoy imperii: 1906—1917 [State Duma of the Russian Empire: 1906—1917]. Moscow, 2008. 735 p. [in Russian].

Pashaeva 2001 — Pashaeva N.M. Ocherki istorii russkogo dvizheniya v Galichine XIX—XX vv. [Essays on the history of the Russian movement in Galichina in XIX—XX centuries]. Moscow, 2001. 201 p. [in Russian].

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Денис Анатольевич Ахременко, председатель, Брянская региональная общественная организация «Центр изучения общественных и гуманитарных наук «Историческое сознание»», член Всемирного совета прикарпатских русинов.

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Denis Anatolyevich Akhremenko, Bryansk regional public organization “Center for the study of social Sciences and Humanities “Historical consciousness”.

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