Journal of Institute of Russian and Altaic Studies
Chungbuk National University
Aim and Scope
1. Reosiahag is an international forum for all scholars working in Linguistics, Literature and Culture of Russia and other Eurasian countries.
2. Besides original articles, it also publishes reviews.
1. The journal is published annually on the 28th of February.
2. The journal will publish papers written primarily in Korean, Russian and English; occasionally papers in other languages may be accepted.
3. Manuscripts in languages other than Korean should be submitted in electronic form (.doc or .pdf format). Manuscripts in Korean should be in Hangeul format.
4. Accepted papers are arranged in the following order: papers on languge, papers on literature, and then papers on culture or regional studies.
Form of the manuscript
6. The manuscript should contain the following contents:
(1) Article's title.
(2) The author's name and affiliation. When it is written by multiple authors, the main (first) author should be mentioned first.
(3) Main body.
(5) Abstract which must be written in a language other than the language of the main text.
(6) Romanized Name and address including e-mail address
7. Notes. The main body of the paper should include notes. Quotes and references are given in the form of parenthesis (e.g., Brown & Levinson(1987: 101-111)), while some comments should be given in the form of footnote.
8. References should be listed at the end of the article in alphabetical and chronological order.
(1) Journal reference should comprise name, initials, year of publication, full tile of paper, name of journal, volume number, and first and last pages in the following style:
Halliday, M. (1967), "Notes on Transitivity and Theme in English," Journal of Linguistics 3, 199-244.
McCarthy, J. and A. Prince (1995), "Faithfulness and Reduplicative Identity," in J. Bechman, L. W.l Dichey & S. Urbanczyk (eds.), University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers in Linguistics 8: Papers in Optimality Theory, Amherst: GLSA, 249-384.
(2) Book reference should comprise name, initials, year, full title, place of publication, in the following style:
Zatonskij, D. (1973), Iskusstvo romana i vek, Moskva: Nauka.
(1) The submitted article is peer-reviewed by two referees.
(2) The editorial committee examines the formal aspect of the article.
(3) When the article is evaluated to be formally appropriate, it is immediately sent to the two referees who are selected and authorized by the committee.
(4) the reviewer has at least two weeks for the review and should send his/her evaluation to the editor-in-chief via e-mail.
(5) The article is given one of four values by the reviewer: "recommended to publish", "recommended with minor revisions", "reevaluated after major revisions", "not recommended"
(6) The reviewer should provide detailed comments on his evaluation and other aspects of the article.