Journal «Sociosphere»

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The Science Publishing Centre «Sociosphere»

Samara State Social and Pedagogical University


Impact factor in Russian Science Index (2019) – 0,075.

Impact factor in Global Impact Factor (2019) – 1,881.


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The journal publishes scientific articles at social-humanitarian studies. Themes of journal cover a wide range of problems. Materials about philosophy, sociology, history, culturology, arts, social psychology, law, economics are accepted. Articles are checked for plagiarism. The articles sent to the editorial staff are subject to review by independent experts. The editorial board guarantees that reviewers are independent of the authors, i.e. not affiliated with the same institution.

The journal invites to cooperation Russian and foreign authors and accepts materials in Russian and English languages for publication. Full-text versions of all issues of journal are placed on the website of Science Publishing Center «Sociosphere» in open access (CC BY-SA).


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Periodicity of journal – 4 issues in a year (March, June, September, December).

The articles are accepted before the 20th February, 20th May, 20th August and 20th November, respectively.  The payment is made only after receiving the notification about the acceptance of article for publishing before 1st March, 1st June, 1st September and 1st December, respectively for each issue.


Editor-in-chief– Boris Doroshin,

candidate of historical sciences, assistant professor


The international editorial board


Nikolay Arabadzhiiski, PhD (Economics), professor (Sofia, Bulgaria),

Alla Yu. Bolshakova, Doctor of Philological Sciences, professor (Mosсow, Russia),

Asya S. Berberyan, Doctor of Psychological Sciences, professor (Erevan, Armenia),

Sergey N. Volkov, Doctor of Philosophy, professor (Penza, Russia),

Vadim N. Goncharov, Doctor of Philosophy, assistant professor (Stavropol, Russia),

Leonid E. Grinin, Doctor of Philosophy, academician of RANS (Volgograd, Russia), 

Ilona G. Doroshina, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, assistant professor  (Penza, Russia),

Eva Kashparova, PhD. (Sociology), (Prague, Czech Republic),

Natalia. Ts. Khristova, PhD (History), professor (Sofia, Bulgaria),

Viktor V. Kondrashin, Doctor of Historical sciences, professor (Penza, Russia), 

Umidjon R. Kushaev, doctor of philosophy (Tashkent, Uzbekistan),

Valeriy M. Miniyarov, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, professor (Samara, Russia), 

Marina P. Mokhnacheva, Doctor of Historical Sciences, professor (Moscow, Russia),

Murat O. Nasimov, Candidate of Political Sciences, (Kyzylorda, Kazakhstan), 

Miroslav Sapik, Ph.D. (Philosophy), associate professor (Kolin, Czech Republic),

Elena N. Serdobintseva, Doctor of Philological Sciences, professor (Moscow, Russia),

Judita Tancoshova, PhD. (Economics), Professor (Bratislava, Slovakia),

Natalia A. Hrustalkova, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, professor (Penza, Russia),

Lubosh Cibak, PhD. (Economics), MBA (Bratislava, Slovakia). 




Articles are to be sent in electronic format to e-mail: sociosphera@yandex.ru.  Page format: A4 (210x297mm).  Each article should have UDC. Page format: A4 (210x297mm).  Margins: top, bottom, right – 2cm, left – 3cm. The text should be typed in 14 point font Times New Roman, 1.5 spaced, indented line – 1.25, Normal style. The title is typed in bold letters; central alignment. The second line comprises the initials and the family name of the author(s); science degree, position, e-mail, ORCID. The third line comprises the name of the organization, city, country; central alignment. The methodical articles should indicate discipline and specialization of students for which these materials are developed. After a blank line the name of the article in English is printed. On the next line the name of the authors in English is printed. Next line name of the work place, city and country in English. After one line space comes the abstract in English (600–800 characters) and a list of key words (5–10) in English. The text itself is typed after one line space. Graphs, figures, charts are included in the body of the article and count in its total volume. References should be given in square brackets. Bibliography comes after the text as a numbered list, in alphabetical order, one item per number. References should be inserted manually. Footnotes are not acceptable. The size of the article is 6–25 pages.  The registration form is placed after the text of the article and is not included in its total volume. 

  The name of the file should consists of family name and initials of the first author, for example: SF-German P. The file with article should be with extension doc or docx.



Family name, first name

Title, specialization

Place of employment


Contact address (with postal code)

Mobile phone number


The required number of printed copies



Authors pay for publishing services: printing, mail forwarding, editing and reviewing. For the Russian people the cost publication is 250 rubles per 1 complete (incomplete) page, if necessary, translating the abstract and keywords in English – 200 rubles (a printed copy – an additional 500 rubles). The cost for foreign authors for publishing services and mailing is calculated depending on the country.



Receipt for payment is sent to the author only after acceptance of the article for publication! Deadline in number 1 until February 20, in the number 2 before May 20, at number 3 to August 20 and at number 4 until 20 November.




Telephone +78412216814 (in Russia)

Chief manager of the SPC «Sociosphere» – Ilona G. Doroshina

Chief Editor – Boris A. Doroshin

Our site http://sociosphera.com

Our e-mails: sociosphere@yandex.ru


Sample of an article


УДК 908(470)


Культура г. Семиреченска в XIX веке


И. И. Иванов, кандидат исторических наук, доцент,

ORCID 0000-0001-2222-3333, ivanov@gmail.com 

В. В. Петров, аспирант, ORCID 0000-0002-3333-4444, petrov@mail.ru 

Семиреченский институт экономики и права,

г. Семиреченск, N-ский край, Россия


Culture of Semirechensk in the XIX century


I. I. Ivanov, Candidate of Historical Sciences, assistant professor,

ORCID 0000-0001-2222-3333, ivanov@gmail.com 

V. V. Petrov, postgraduate student, ORCID 0000-0002-3333-4444, petrov@mail.ru 

Semirechensk Institute of Economics and Law,

Semirechensk, N-sk region, Russia


Abstract. This article observes the periodicals of Semirechensk as written historical sources for its socio-economical history. Complex of publications in these periodicals are systematized depending on the latitude coverage and depth of analysis is described in these problems. … (600–800 characters) 

Keywords: local history; socio-economic history; periodicals. 


Некоторые аспекты социально-экономического развития г. Семиреченска в XVIII–XIX вв. получили достаточно широкое освещение в местных периодических изданиях. Некоторую часть из них включил в источниковую базу своего исследования Г. В. Нефедов [2, с. 7–8].



Библиографический список


  1. К юбилею Семиреченска // Семиреченские ведомости. – 1911. – № 95. – С. 5–8.
  2. Нефедов Г. В. Город-крепость Семиреченск. – М. : Издательство «Наука», 1979.
  3. Рубанов А. Л. Очерки по истории Семиреченского края // История г. Семиреченска. URL: http://semirechensk-history.ru/ocherki (дата обращения: 20.04.2011).
  4. Семенихин Р. С. Семиреченск // Города России. Словарь-справочник. В 3-х т. / гл. ред. Т. П. Петров – СПб. : Новая энциклопедия, 1991. – Т. 3. – С. 67–68.
  5. Johnson P. Local history in the Russian Empire, the post-reform period. – New York : H-Studies, 2001. – 230 p.