It is advisable to design articles in the IMRAD structural standard, especially if the article is a report on the results of research.
The article should contain the following sections: actuality, introduction, conclusion, and references. It is advisable to divide the main part of the article into 2-3 parts and headline them.
Margins - 2 cm on all sides.
Page numbering - at the bottom right.
Font - New Roman Times.
In the head of the article:
On the right, line by line - the author's full name, degree and academic title (if any), regalia (if any), position (if any), place of work (if any), personal and/or work email;
After the space line, the article title is capitalized in bold;
After the line space, the title "Abstract:" and the annotation text no more than 6 lines;
Below there is the title "Keywords:" and the keywords and phrases up to 12 words;
If the article is in the native language, then the personal data of the author (s), title, abstract, and keywords in English are shown below after the space line.
Below there is a space and the text of the article from 15 to 40 thousand characters, including spaces. The author's data, title, abstract, keywords, and list of information sources are not included in this volume.
After the article, a space line and the title "References".
The list of references is arranged in alphabetical order and numbered.
References to sources in the text should be placed in square brackets before a dot or comma. Multiple sources are separated by semicolons [3; 6], and information sources with pages are separated by commas [3, 25-26] or [3, p. 25-26].
Illustrations are placed in the format .jpeg or .jpg, no more than 10 pieces, each weighing no more than 150 Kb, size no more than 1/2 page, top-bottom wrapping. Captions of illustrations are at the bottom. The numbering of illustrations is continuous throughout the article (Fig. 1, Fig. 2...).
Illustrations can be placed in the the end after the references as the block of "Apendix". The formats, sizes and numbering should meet the requirements described in paragraph 14 (below).