Aims and Scope
Current Issues in Philology and Pedagogical Linguistics
Scientific journal
ISSN 2079-6021(Print)
ISBN 2619-029X(Online)

Aims and Scope

The mission of the peer reviewed scientific journal "Current Issues in Philology and Pedagogical Linguistics" is to provide an opportunity for the scientific community in our country and abroad to present the results of their original research in  actively developing new areas of humanities and to draw attention to promising and relevant areas of philological science and methodology.

The purpose of the journal is to provide an opportunity for the scientific community in our country and abroad to present the results of their original research in the actively developed humanitarian areas of modern science, integrating philological knowledge, to draw attention to promising and relevant areas of philological science and methodology.

Philological Class is a peer reviewed scientific-methodological journal publishing research outcomes in literary studies, linguistics and methods of teaching philological disciplines in higher and secondary school, reviews of scientific-methodological events, monographs and teaching aids.

The aim – of the journal is to provide an opportunity for the scientific community to publish the original results of their research, to draw attention to promising and relevant areas of the philological and pedagogical sciences.

The scope of the journal:

  • o promote scientific exchange and collaboration among the Russian and foreign philologists and specialists in related fields;
  • to present the results of scientific research and constructive ideas for the development of the philological sciences, as well as innovative methods of teaching them that are relevant to the Russian and to the international scientific community;

  • to acquaint readers with the latest trends and theories in the field of philological research, developed both in Russia and abroad and with their practical application;

  • to publish the results of original scientific research on a wide range of actual philological problems of an interdisciplinary nature, revealing the interaction of language, culture, consciousness and communication.

The subject of the journal:

the journal publishes articles that reflect the latest scientific views, relevant results and achievements of fundamental, theoretical, applied and interdisciplinary research in the field of philological sciences: theory of language, comparative linguistics, cultural linguistics and psycholinguistics, cognitive and communicative linguistics, text linguistics, discourse studies, media linguistics, political linguistics, literary studies (theory and history of literature, poetics), methodology  and didactics of teaching philological disciplines.

In accordance with the recommendation of the Presidium of the Higher attestation Commission under the Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation on the inclusion of peer-reviewed publications into the List of peer-reviewed scientific publications, where basic scientific results of theses on awarding a scientific degree of Candidate of Sciences and degree of Doctor of Science must be published (paragraph 4 of the Regulations on the awarding of academic degrees, approved by the Russian Government dated 24 September 2013 N 842, Changes by the Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia dated June 8, 2017 N 5) a peer-reviewed publication "Current Issues in Philology and Pedagogical Linguistics" includes subject headings relevant nomenclature of scientific specialties:

  • 10.00.00 – Philological Sciences;
  • 10.01.00 – Literary studies;
  • 10.02.00 – Linguistics.

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development – 6.02 Languages and literature.

When preparing a manuscript for submission to the editors, the authors should be guided by the following rules, drawn up taking into account the requirements of Russian and international associations and organizat ions, including the principles and rules of the COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics)., ORI (the Office of Research Integrity), CSE (Committee of Science Editors), EASE (European Association of Science Editors), directives from ANRI (Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers) and the requirements of the Higher Attestation Commission (Higher Attestation Commission).

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ISSN 2079-6021 (Print)
ISBN 2619-029X (Online)