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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.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

Due to the fact that the scientific music school of Uzbekistan has extensive ties with the post-Soviet republics, where the research approach differs from the Western European one, we considered it necessary to accept materials in Russian, covering the Asian part of the Eurasian continent and developing the traditions of the scientific approach set in the Soviet period. Taking into account the scale of the Western European research approach, we believe that the materials can also be published in English.

In summary, the journal accepts materials in English and Russian.

A manuscript can only be submitted if:

  1. Submitted via the journal’s online submission system;
  2. Submitted in Word format;
  3. It has not been previously published nor under consideration elsewhere beside preprint version;
  4. It is prepared in accordance with the Author Guidelines.

 

Type of Manuscripts

Please note, that to make submission, your document must be one of the following types  and demonstrate chief results of research in the field:
GRNTI (Code of State Categories Scientific and Technical Information)
184100. Art.
Art History / Music. Musicology
184500. Art. Art History / Theatre. Theatre studies
184900. Art. Art History / Dance. Choreography
185500. Art. Art History / Stage

OECD Fields of Science: 604. Art.

  • Article. Most often subdivided into sections: abstract, introduction, materials & methods, results, conclusions, discussion and references. However, case reports, technical and research notes and short communications are also considered to be articles, and may be as short as one page in length.
  • Review article. Significant review of original research, also includes conference papers.
    Reviews typically have an extensive bibliography. Educational items that review specific issues within the literature are also considered to be reviews. As non-original articles, reviews lack the most typical sections of original articles, such as materials & methods and results.
  • Conference paper. Original article reporting data presented at a conference or symposium. Conference papers are of any length, reporting data from a conference, with the exception of conference abstracts. Conference papers may range in length and content from full papers and published conference summaries to short items as short as one page in length
  • Data paper. Searchable metadata documents describing an online accessible dataset, or group of datasets. The intent of a data paper is to offer descriptive information on the related dataset(s) focusing on data collection, distinguishing features, access, and potential reuse rather than information on data processing and analysis.
  • Short survey. Short or mini-review of original research. Short surveys are similar to reviews, but usually are shorter (not more than a few pages) and with a less extensive bibliography.

EAMSJ provides immediate open access to its content on the basis of the free open access principles. 

Language

All submitted articles must be written in English or Russian.

Double-blind review

This journal uses double-blind review (read review process), which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process.
The main text of article shall not be with elements that disclose the authors’ identity.
Peer review process take from 14-21 days. Based on the peer review results, the editor decides whether the article will be published in the journal or not. If the article receives permission to publish, then the author receives a notice of acceptance for publication. The terms of publication of the article take up to 30 days after notification of acceptance for publication.

Metadata:
  • The name and surname of the author;
  • Academic title, academic degree, position;
  • Place of work: department, faculty, university name;
  • Country/city;
  • Work address with zip code, work phone;
  • E-mail;
  • Full title of the article;
  • A shortened version of the title of the article (if any);
  • Biography in English or Russian in the form of a coherent text of a narrative nature;
  • Abstract must contain from 150 to 250 words;
  • The keywords must consist of 5–10 words;
  • References - only available in English. Non-English parts must be transliterated into Latin, and the translation in English is given in square parentheses after transliteration;
  • References inside the text are given in square brackets [1, 2];
  • The list of references should be given in the order in which it appears in the text, with continuous Arabic numbering. References in the text to the corresponding source from the list of references are made in square parentheses.

 

References style:

If source is from journal the style must be
[1] Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (year). Title of the article in lower case. Journal in Upper Case, volume (issue), firstpage-lastpage.

If source is from newspaper the style must be
[1] Author, A. A. (year, month day). Title of the article in lower case. Newspaper in Upper Case, page.

If source is from book the style must be
[1] Author, A. A. (year). Title of the book in lower case (2nd ed.). Location: Publisher.

If source is from book chapter the style must be
[1] Author, A. A. (year). Title of the chapter in lower case. In A. A. Editor & B. B. Editor (Eds.), Title of the book in lower case (edition, pp. firstpage-lastpage). Location: Publisher.

If source is from dissertation the style must be
[1] Author, A. A. (Year). Title of dissertation in lower case (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from Name of database.

If source is from website the style must be
[1] Author, A. A. (year). Title of the webpage in lower case. Retrieved from www.website.com


Article file requirements:

  • A4 format
  • margins: top: 2 cm, bottom: 2 cm, left: 3 cm, right: 1.5 cm;
  • 1,5 line spacing, 14th font size;
  • paragraph indent 1.25;
  • Times New Roman type;
  • alignment "in width";
  • The text of the article does not affix pages.
 
Images (tables, graphs)

All image files must be numbered (Pic. 1, Pic. 2, etc.) and arranged page by page with a description of what is depicted.

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  1. The name, email address, phone number and other personal data entered on the website manuscript submission form of this journal will be directly accessible for anybody to communicate with author.
  2. Double peer review process is not accessible for authors and is directed with editor. The names of the reviewers are unknown to the author and reviewers doesn’t know an author. Both sides can’t correspondent with each other.
  3. All correspondence by editors/authors/reviewers is stored by journal system and can be used in court if need arises.
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