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Russian Language Studies

Editor-in-Chief: Viktor M. Shaklein, Doctor of Philology, Professor.

ISSN: 2618-8163 (Print) ISSN: 2618-8171 (Online)  

Founded in 2003. Publication frequency: quarterly.

PUBLISHER: Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

Indexation: Russian Science Citation Index (eLibrary.ru), Google Scholar, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, WorldCat, East View, Cyberleninka, Dimensions, DOAJ, ResearchBib

Open Access: Open Access.   

APC: no article processing charge.

Peer-Review: double blind. 

Official registered name in English: Russian Language Studies

See the Journal History to get information on previous journal titles.

   

The journal “Russian Language Studies” is specialized in actual problems of the Russian language and methods of teaching Russian as a foreign, non-native, and native language under the conditions of Russian, closely related and unrelated linguistic environment.

The journal presents a platform for Russian and foreign scientists, reflects not only linguistic, but also cultural, historical, social aspects of learning and teaching Russian.

The mission of the journal is to give the opportunity to specialists in Russian philology from different countries and regions to objectively inform international scientific community about modern research in the Russian language, its functioning in the multipolar world and to draw the scientific attention to these problems.

The aim of the journal is to create  scientific, research, educational and information space for presenting the achievements of Russian and foreign scientists in Russian language studies and methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language.

The targets of the journal are:

  1. Delivering the achievements of Russian and foreign scientists in Russian language studies, publishing the results of scientific centres in developing and keeping the Russian language in the multipolar world;
  2. Characterizing theoretical papers on Russian language functioning in Russia and abroad;
  3. Pointing out the problems in methods of teaching Russian as a foreign, non-native, and native language;
  4. Analyzing modern trends in Russian language teaching at school and university;
  5. Reflecting problems of learning and teaching Russian as a foreign language and keeping the Russian language in diasporas;
  6. Problems of developing Russian as a language of science;
  7. Presenting Russian national policy in the Russian language and methods of its teaching;
  8. Demonstrating media-didactic and electronic means of teaching Russian.

Next issues of the journal are planned as thematic ones and are devoted to the most actual problems of Russian language studies. Thematic issues are announced at the journal site.

The journal publishes scientific articles (theoretical, academic and research, methodical), review articles, book reviews, annotations, scientific reports about Russian and foreign scientists. The articles written by starting investigators are published on the “Page of a young scientist”. 

The journal publishes only original articles that have not been published before. Self-plagiarism is not allowed. 

The journal has an international status proved by the editorial board and reviewers including outstanding scientists from Russia, the United States, Belarus, Spain, Italy, Latvia, Finland, Germany, Great Britain.

The journal is published every three months with 4 issues a year.

Electronic versions of issues of the journal are available on the site in the open access. Readers can subscribe to the print versions in post-offices of the Russian Federation. The index of the journal in subscription edition catalogue “Rospechat” is 36433.

Announcements

 

All-Russia Congress of Teachers of the Russian language and literature

 
On November, 5-7, 2019, All-Russia Congress of Teachers of the Russian language and literature took place in Moscow State University.  The scientists focused on Russian philology in the system of modern humanitarian knowledge and technologies in teaching the Russian language and speech culture, reading literacy and the role of sociocultural sphere in forming language personality.
 
Continued by link.
 
Posted: 21.11.2019

The session of the Presidential Council for the Russian Language

 
On November, 5, 2019, the session of the Presidential Council for the Russian Language was held.
Doctor of Philology, Professor, Editor-in-chief of the journal “Russian language studies” V.M. Shaklein took part in the session of the Presidential Council for the Russian Language.
 
More details here.
 
 
 
Posted: 21.11.2019

Bratislava meetings, 2019: International Forum of Russian language specialists

 

On October, 23-25, 2019, International Forum of Russian language specialists was held in Bratislava, Slovakia. The main theme of the forum was “Language through culture – culture through language” (E.I. Passov). The event gathered more than 100 Russian language teachers from different European countries.

Continued by link.

 

 
 
Posted: 08.11.2019

General Assembly of Teachers of the Russian language and literature

 

On October, 2019, General Assembly of Teachers of the Russian language and literature took place in Moscow, in Peoples’ Friendship University of Russian. It gathered representatives from different regions of Russia.

The editor-in-chief of the journal “Russian language studies” Doctor of Philology, Professor Viktor Mikhailovich Shaklein was chosen as a member of the managing committee.

More detailed information

 
Posted: 18.10.2019

Lectures and workshops on the Russian language in Belarus

 

Under the public contract № 021/GK “Organising and holding educational, training, scientific and methodical events in Belarus, Armenia, Moldova, aimed at promoting, supporting and strengthening positions of the Russian language, promoting Russian science, culture and education, including those devoted to memorable dates of Russian literature, culture and science” on September, 16-20, 2019, the teachers of Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia hold lectures and workshops at schools in Brest and Minsk and also at the Faculty of international relations of Belarus State University.

More detailed information

 
Posted: 18.10.2019

Call for papers to the journal "Russian Language Studies" for 2020.

 
Dear colleagues,
We invite you to cooperate and submit your original scientific researches on the following topics:
 1. Russian as a language of science 
2. Language and society: problems of Russian studies in a multicultural space
 3. “Language is not subject to the fate of its contingencies”: changes in contemporary Russian
 4. Multi-level system of teaching the Russian language 
5. Innovative methods and techniques in teaching Russian 
 
For any question, please contact the executive secretary of the journal Strelchuk Elena Nikolaevna: Strelchukl@mail.ru
 
Posted: 16.10.2019

Held the International scientific and practical conference for young scientists “Learning and teaching Russian in different linguistic and cultural environments”.

 

On September, 23-24, 2019, the Department of the Russian language and methods of teaching of Philological Faculty, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, with the support of Russian Foundation of Basic Research (RFBR), held the International scientific and practical conference for young scientists “Learning and teaching Russian in different linguistic and cultural environments”.

More than 100 scientists from Russia, Iraq, Algeria, Italy, Belarus, Spain, Ukraine, Vietnam, China, Senegal took part in the conference.

More detailed information

 
Posted: 15.10.2019
 
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Current Issue

Vol 17, No 4 (2019): RUSSIAN LANGUAGE IN A MODERN SCHOOL: WHAT AND HOW TO TEACH

Editorial Note
EDITORIAL NOTE
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Russian Language Studies. 2019;17(4):407
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The Name in Science
Synthetic artistic culture as a fundamental principle of culturally-oriented teaching of the Russian language in Slovakia: to Eva Kollarova’s anniversary
Heiser F.
Russian Language Studies. 2019;17(4):408-413
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Scientific Review
A.D. Deikina’s scientific school: conceptual role of axiological approach in Russian language teaching
Alekseeva O.V.
Russian Language Studies. 2019;17(4):414-427
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Methods of Teaching Russian as a Native and Foreign Language
Speech behaviour of Latvian Russian-speaking schoolchildren in argumentative texts
Gavrilina M.A.
Russian Language Studies. 2019;17(4):428-444
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Event-driven approach to teaching Russian to schoolchildren of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Leppik S.A., Ustinov A.Y., Chabanets T.A.
Russian Language Studies. 2019;17(4):445-459
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First Steps in Science
Project-research activity in Russian language lessons for 5th-graders in studying lexis on the example of the topic “Homonyms”
Vasilieva M.I.
Russian Language Studies. 2019;17(4):460-474
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Russian language teaching in Ruzomberok, Slovakia: culturological approach
Hmira T.
Russian Language Studies. 2019;17(4):475-486
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Actual Problems of Russian Language Research
The deciphering stimulus of a compound word: the problem of definition and description
Brovets A.I.
Russian Language Studies. 2019;17(4):487-501
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Semantic shifts in verbalization of the ethical concept “boon” in electronic mass-media
Dmitriyeva N.M., Prosvirkina I.I.
Russian Language Studies. 2019;17(4):502-514
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Book Reviews
International meeting of Russian scholars on the banks of the Neva. Review of the collective monograph “Russian Studies and the Present” (Ed. By I.P. Lysakova, E.A. Zheleznyakova. St. Petersburg: «Severnaya Zvezda», 2018)
Vasilyeva G.M., Nekora N.E.
Russian Language Studies. 2019;17(4):515-519
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