Instructions for Authors



The manuscript can be written in English, German, Spanish, or Ukrainian. The article should be no less than 4000 but no more than 6000 words excluding tables, graphs, diagrams, figures, abstracts, references, etc. The possibility of publishing materials that exceed the above outlined limit is discussed with the editorial board individually.

The paper submitted must have the following structure (numbered):

Introduction (usually one paragraph, numbered 1 (1. Introduction)), including: the general outline of the problem discussed and its connection with significant scientific and practical problems; analysis of recent studies and publications; methodology of the research;

Body with the complete validation of the results obtained (use headed sections with 2.1, 2.2 etc. numbering);

Conclusions and prospects of further research in this direction.

Your manuscript must be polished to high professional standards which means it must be of quality and context that the Editorial Board think would be of interest to an international audience.

An electronic copy of the manuscript should be submitted as an e-mail attachment to the following e-mail address:


In a separate file the AUTHOR’S CONTACT DETAILS are to be submitted including their full name, degree, position, affiliation, private address, telephones, e-mail, etc.

Manuscripts are reviewed by the editorial board and go through double blind peer-review process. The article may be sent back to the author for further revision or rejected.

The Editorial Staff will not consider the articles that:

  • do not meet the requirements;
  • do not have scientific novelty and practical significance;
  • do not belong to the research areas of the journal;
  • are written with the use of computer-aided translation;
  • are not edited (contain grammatical and stylistic errors);
  • violate the ethics of scientific research, i.e. cases of plagiarism, self-plagiarism, translation from other languages, data fabrication, duplicate publication are detected.


The publication of articles in the Journal is free of charge. “Typology of language meanings in diachronic and contrastive aspects” is an open access journal. All articles are free for users to access, to read, to download, and to print. Every issue of the Journal is available on website or

The printed version, if needed, is ordered by the author individually and is paid additionally (the necessity to obtain a printed copy of the Journal should be stated in the text of the e-letter to the Editorial board).


The Journal is issued twice a year.

The names and email addresses entered in this journal will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.