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Submission of a scientific article for publication in the International electronic scientific publication "edu.e-history.kz" is carried out ONLY online by uploading it through the interface of the journal's website through the general user profile. To enter the general user profile, you need to enter the mail “edu.e.history@gmail.com” on the website https://edu.e-history.kz in the “Login” section in the empty line “E-mail”, and in the line “Password"type"history2021"(see Instructions for submitting an article online).

The text of the article, drawn up in accordance with the requirements, is uploaded and sent in electronic format (with doc, docx, rtf extensions) in the "Submit article" section. The texts of articles sent to the personal e-mail of the editors or the e-mail of the journal are not accepted.

Before sending the manuscript of an article to the editor, make sure that you are familiar with the editorial policy, publication ethics and take into account the full compliance with the requirements for the publication of a scientific article (see Requirements for articles). The author of the correspondence is required to submit a cover letter for the publication of a scientific article in the journal.

In accordance with the requirements of the KOKSON (Committee for Control in the Sphere of Education and Science) MES RK, a scientific article should contain:

1. statement of the problem and determination of the relevance of the study;

2. analysis of recent studies and publications, highlighting previously unresolved parts of the general problem to which this article is devoted;

3. theoretical foundations of research, methodology and characteristics of the empirical base;

4. statement of own conclusions and intermediate or final results of scientific research;

5. conclusions and prospects for using the research results.

  After being submitted to the editorial office, the article is assessed for compliance with the journal's profile, technical design requirements, anti-plagiarism check and double-blind review procedure.

The uniqueness of scientific articles is determined by preliminary verification in the anti-plagiarism system StrikePlagiarism, including international databases (uniqueness must be at least 75%). Articles that do not pass this threshold are returned to the author for revision. Then the article, corrected by the author, taking into account the comments and corrections of the editorial board, is sent for re-checking. For one article, no more than two anti-plagiarism checks are allowed from the date of receipt to the editorial office and after revision, taking into account the comments. In case of detection of plagiarism and other violations of scientific ethics during a second check, the articles are rejected from publication with written notification to the author with the attachment of the relevant certificate.

In case of a satisfactory result of the anti-plagiarism check (uniqueness above 75%), the articles are submitted for double-blind peer review (when the reviewers do not know the name of the author, and the author does not know the names of the reviewers). Based on the results of peer review and technical verification, the article can either be rejected or sent to the author for revision. Upon receipt of a positive review, the editorial board notifies the authors about the acceptance of the article for publication. In case of refusal to publish an article, the editorial board sends a reasoned refusal to the author.

The revocation or correction of articles is possible at the stage of anti-plagiarism check, review procedure, computer typesetting of the issue by online submission of a request through the general user profile on the e-journal website (see instructions for submitting article online). The publication of corrections, apologies, refutations of the information published in the article is made by the editors at the request of the author in subsequent issues of the journal, after considering each case on an individual basis.

Each article is assigned a DOI (Digital Object Identifier). DOI acts as a hyperlink, which always helps to find the needed document, even if the site where it was previously was subsequently changed.

The authors are responsible for the selection and accuracy of the facts, quotes, statistical, sociological and other data, proper names, geographical names and other information.

The editors reserve the right to make editorial changes. The editorial board can publish materials without sharing the author's point of view (in order of discussion). The editors reserve the right to publish or reject the article.

Articles are posted in electronic form on the journal's website in the "Archive" section, indicating the edition numbers.


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