Title: Socium. Document. Communication
ISSN 2518-7600 (Print)
ISSN 2524-1060 (Online)
Frequency: semiannual in two series:
«Historical sciences», «Philological sciences»
Published from the year 2015
Publisher and Founder:
Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University
Series «Historical sciences» – Svitlana Orlyk, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor.
Series «Philological sciences» – Maryna Navalna, Doctor in Philological sciences, Professor.
Series «Historical sciences» – Victor Kuibida, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor.
Series «Philological sciences» – Olesia Skliarenko, Ph.D. of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor.
Problematics: research in the field of scientific discipline of documentation (including its linguistic foundations), library and publishing affairs, source criticism, archival science, social communications and socio-humanities at national and international levels.
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Manuscript languages: Ukrainian, English, Russian (mixed languages).
Target audience: scientists; teachers; PhD students; doctoral students; employees of library, archival and museum institutions; specialists of personnel and recruiting departments and agencies; community activists working in science, education and culture; anyone who is interested in issues of scientific discipline of documentation, document management and social communications.
Certificate of state registration of print media: Series КВ 21860-11760Р (21.12.2015).
Registered as scientific specialized edition of Ukraine, specialty «Historical Science» (Decree of Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine No 693 of 10.05.2017).
By the order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine No 886 dated 02.07.2020 and according to the resolution of the Attestation Board of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine a collection of scientific works «Society. Document. Communication» is included to the List of scientific professional publications of Ukraine, category «B». https://mon.gov.ua/ua/npa/pro-zatverdzhennya-rishen-atestacijnoyi-kolegiyi-ministerstva-vid-2-lipnya-2020-roku
Socium. Document.Communication supports parallel archiving. All numbers are kept in the National library of Ukraine.
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