Scientific collection "Humanities Science Current Issues Interuniversity Collection of Drohobych Ivan Franko State Pedagogical University Young Scieists Research Papers»

ISSN 2308-4855 (Print), ISSN 2308-4863 (Online)

 

Founder - Ivan Franko Drohobych State Pedagogical University

Certificate of state registration of the print media: Series КV № 19906-9706Р from May 14, 2013

The collection is published 8 times a year.

Collection materials are published in the following languages: Ukrainian, English, German, Polish, Russian.

Thematic sections of the collection of scientific works: "History", "Art Studies", "Linguistics. Literary Studies "," Pedagogy ".

Based on the Order of Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine No 6143 dated 28.12.2019 (annex 4), the journal is included in the List of professional editions of Ukraine (category "B") in the area of pedagogical sciences (011 - Educational, pedagogical sciences, 012 - Preschool education, 013 - Primary education, 014 - Secondary education (by subject specializations), 015 - Professional education (by specializations), 016 - Special education).

Based on the Order of Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine No 409 dated 17.03.2020 (annex 1), the journal is included in the List of professional editions of Ukraine (category "B") in the area of of Philological Sciences (035 - Philology) and in the field of culture and art (022 - Design, 023 - Fine arts, decorative arts, restoration, 024 - Choreography, 025 - Musical art, 026 - Performing arts, 027 - Museum studies, monument studies, 028 - Management of socio-cultural activities).

The collection is included in Index Copernicus International scientific field (Republic of Poland).

The journal editorial staff receives and registers DOI for articles.

 

The collection is designed for scientists, teachers, graduate students, doctoral students, students. The issue of "Humanities Science Current Issues Interuniversity Collection of Drohobych Ivan Franko State Pedagogical University Young Scieists Research Papers" highlights the results of research on a wide range of problems. The collection is focused on discovering modern trends in the study of history, literary studies, linguistics, art, pedagogy, psychology. The core programmatic purpose of the publication is to enable the publication of research results in the humanities, primarily by young scientists.

The Editorial Board does not necessarily share the position expressed by the authors in the articles, and is not responsible for the accuracy of the information and links provided.