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Dear Colleagues!
The Editorship of the International Scientific Journal
"Socialization & Human Development: International Scientific Journal"
wishes you Merry Christmas and Happy New 2020 Year!
Create a new world, be inspired and persistent in your further scientific research!

We have an honor to inform you that since 2019 the scientific journal «Socialization Development» is prepared for publication on the platform Open Journal System
/ PKP v. under the guidance of Ukrainian Association of Educational and Developmental Psychology, Developmental Psychology Department of the Faculty of Psychology, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine) and Institute of Psychology, University of Szczecin (Poland).

re proud that each issue of the journal is prepared by the international and reputable team of researchers in the fields of Psychology and Pedagogy from 5 European countries: https://shdisj.com/index.php/shdisj/about/editorialTeam

The editorial board is extremely grateful to the authors of the articles who have published the results of their significant research in the first issue of our journal:

We invite you to continue the cooperation and jointly develop the various fields of humanitarian knowledge related to human social development.

The journal is open for publication of theoretical and empirical researches in the areas of Psychology, Pedagogy, Acmeology, Sociology and Applied Philosophy, as well as interdisciplinary scientific materials of the experts from Ukraine and other countries who are interested in presentation of their scientific achievements dedicated to the human development towards the world scientific and humanitarian community.

We take this opportunity to announce the admission of articles up to Issue Volume for 2020.

re looking forward to receive your articles by March 1, 2020. Publication of the issue will be conducted till July 1, 2020.

Each publication will be assigned a unique DOI code.

All those interested in publication are kindly requested to comply with the following demands to the articles posted HERE:

Please see the journal website for more information:

Best Regards,
Editorial Board of the Scientific Journal
"Socialization&Human Development: International Scientific Journal

Dear authors!
The general requirements of the periodical
International Journal of Socialization and Human Development
are presented to your attention:

Structural elements in the article are:
1. You should indicate in article’s language:
• title
• surname, first name, patronymic of the author (s) (max. three persons);
• post, place of employment/study, scientific degree, academic rank (if there is any), e-mail;
• ORCID ID code. If the author doesn’t have an account in ORCID it is necessary to adjust the region record referring to http://orcid.org/;
• summary and key words;
Summary volume: 1800 symbols without spaces (250-300 words). The following annotation structure is required: Purpose, Methods, Results, and Conclusions of the article. 3-5 key words or phrases are necessarily added to the annotation.

2. You should indicate in English:
• title
• surname, first name, patronymic of the author (s) (max. two persons);
• post, place of employment/study, scientific degree, academic rank (if there is any), e-mail;
• ORCID ID code. If the author doesn’t have an account in ORCID it is obligatory to adjust the region record referring to http://orcid.org/;
• summary and key words;
Summary volume: 1800 symbols without spaces (250-300 words). The following annotation structure is required: Purpose, Methods, Results, and Conclusions of the article. 3-5 key words or phrases are necessarily added to the annotation.

3. The text of the article:

  • structured abstract in English from 1800 to 2500 characters without spaces, and in Ukrainian 500 characters with spaces. It includes a purpose of the article; description of the study sample; place and term of investigation; research procedure; methods (correctly named, with indication of the author and purpose of their use in this study); results; short discussion and conclusion.

  • key words (min 3)

  • introduction

  • theoretical background

  • methodology

  • results

  • discussion includes interpretation and description of significant findings in the studied area; presenting new ideas and explaining a new understanding of the study problem with a focus on the authors research results;   explaining how the research promotes the readers understanding of the issue highlighted at the end of Introduction.

  • application for reassurance/absence of conflict of interest

  • references

The volume of original paper without tables, references and abstracts should include 20000 characters with spaces and/or more.

The article should contain the Conclusions of the research which present detailed conclusions based on the study’s results and prospects for further research in this focus area.
Generally, it is accepted articles with an empirical part. Essentially theoretical papers will be printed in limited quantities and if they have solely scientific topicality.
Theoretical analysis should not be limited by references to authors who researched the problem raised. It should contain a concise summary of the obtained data with the identification of directions, tendencies, approaches to cognition of the problem.
The description of empirical results should contain specific data confirming the statistical accuracy of obtained results. They can be presented in the form of tables, graphs, diagrams with further interpretation.
In the discussion of the received data (discussion), it is important to compare the results obtained by the authors with the previously published similar data.
Most of the sources should reflect the current state of scientific research (5 recent years). It is allowed 10% of self-references to every co-author.
The article must have references to foreign sources (at least 20%).
Manuscripts which don’t comply with the requirements, the editorial board neither registers nor considers with the purpose of publication.

Requirements for manuscript design:
1. Page А4. All fields –– 20 mm; size – 14; line spacing – 1,5.
2. Bibliographic entry is executed in accordance with the National Standard of Ukraine DSTU 8302: 2015 Information and documentation. Bibliographic reference. General principles and rules of composition” (example of the References’ design).
3. References. It is executed in accordance with АРА (APA Style Reference Citations) (example of designing). There is an author (transliteration), title (transliteration), title (in square brackets translated into English), source name, output data (city in English), publishing house (transliteration). For example:
Doktorovych M.O. (2010). Nepovna simia: Osoblyvosti roboty sotsialnoho pedahoha [An Incomplete Family: Features of a Social Pedagogue].Kyiv: Shkilnyi Svit [in Ukrainian].
Dymnova T.I. (1998). Zavisimost kharakteristik supruzheskoy semi ot roditelskoy [The dependence of the characteristics of the marital family on the parent]. Voprosy psikhologii – Psychology issues, 2, 46-56 [in Russian].

4. Transliteration of names and surnames from Ukrainian is executed in accordance with the requirements of the Resolution of Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine “On Normalization of Transliteration of the Ukrainian Alphabet by Means of Latin Alphabet” dated January 27, 2010, No 55.
5. Transliteration from Russian is executed in accordance with GOST 7.79-2000. System of Standards on Information, Librarianship and Publishing. Rules of Transliteration of Cyrillic Script by Latin Alphabet.
6. To transliterate from Ukrainian, you can use the service http://ukrlit.org/transliteratsiia and from Russian http://ru.translit.net/?account=mvd
7. Article volume – 12-24 pages (10 pages of the main text without References).
Rules for references’ design to literature and bibliographic entry:
References to literature are marked exclusively in round brackets according to the example:
The impact of family deprivation on children outside the family is most predicted. Unlike orphans, the category that is not covered by family deprivation is children from complete functional families. To put it bluntly, there are children from the families of labor migrants between these two poles (Petrenko, 2002).
One of the consequences of a parent's absence is to distort and delay the development of ideas about their future family. Failure to form family ideas means psychological unwillingness to start a family, which in turn will lead to many negative consequences in future marital and parent-child relationships (Educational Psychology, 2009).
If source page is indicated, it is marked via semicolon, e.g. (Петренко, 2002: 25–27).
Publication languages: Ukrainian, English, Polish, Russian.
• The Publishing House accepts the articles of the Doctors and Candidates of Sciences, young scientists (postgraduate students, applicants, students), and other persons, who have higher education and are engaged in scientific activities.
• The authors submit articles that are exclusively personal to their original research in accordance with the rules of citation and references. The submission of knowingly false information or plagiarism is unacceptable and unethical. Additionally, only articles that have not been published in other journals are accepted for publication.
• The editorial staff reserves the right to review, edit, reduce and reject articles.
• The author is responsible for the reliability of facts, statistics and other information.
• Reprinting (re-publishing) of the publication materials is permitted only with the permission of the author and editorial staff.


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