Guidelines for contributors

The Journal’s purpose is to make a new research platform for dialog on topical issues in fundamental and applied studies of scholars, teachers and methodists. The Journal represents the research in different areas of linguistics, literature studies, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, cultural linguistics and methods of teaching Russian language and literature for Russians and foreign students.
All materials approved to be published in the journal are distributed into the following rubrics:

  • Methodologic Issues of Russian Language Studies
  • Linguistics: Word, Utterance, Text, Discourse
  • Russian Language in the World
  • Comparative Studies of Russian
  • Modern Speech Culture
  • Russian Literature in the Context of Modern Culture
  • History of Russian Language and Booklore
  • Russian as a Foreign Language Teaching Methodology
  • Linguodidactic testing
  • Language Arts in School
  • New Generation of Standards and Study Programs
  • School of a Young Teacher
  • Teaching Materials
  • Reviews
  • Scholar Chronicle
  • Faces of Language Arts