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Culture and Arts in the Modern World (ISSN: 2410-1915)

PublisherKyiv National University of Culture and Arts

ISSN-L2410-1915

ISSN2410-1915

E-ISSN2616-423X

IF(Impact Factor)2019 Evaluation Pending

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The collection "Culture and Arts in the Modern World" highlights the topical issues of the theory and history of Ukrainian and world culture, theoretical and creative problems in the culture development in modern conditions. The materials can be useful for scientific and pedagogical workers, scholars, graduate students and students, as well as for the general public.
The journal publishes articles on the following topics: cultural studies; the theory and history of Ukrainian and world culture; problems of art criticism; visual and performing arts; study and preservation of cultural heritage; museology and monumental studies; philosophy of culture; linguocultural studies; mass culture; culture of everyday life; socio-cultural activities, etc.
"Culture and Arts in the Modern World" is included in the list of scientific professional editions in Ukraine in which the dissertation papers results for obtaining scientific degrees of a doctor and a candidate of sciences may be published (Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine No. 374 dated March 13, 2017).
The State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine issued the Certificate of State Registration of the printed mass media No. 7950 Series KV of 06.10.2003
ISSN: 2410-1915 (Print), ISSN: 2616-423X (Online)
Foundation year: 2003
Periodicity of printing: 1 time per year (May)
Language: Ukrainian, Russian, English (in different languages)
Founder: Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts
Editor in chief: Poplavsky M.M., Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, professor.
Responsible secretary: Oborskaya AM, PhD in Art History, associate professor.
The collection "Culture and Art in the Modern World" follows the policy of open access: Budapest Open Access Initiative's definition of Open Access
All materials are subject to the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, which allows others to share the work of acknowledging the authorship of this work and the first publication in this magazine. Author keeps copyright and publishing rights without restrictions.
The collection is referenced and displayed in the following databases: DOAJ, Index Copernicus, Scilit, SIS, WORLDCAT, BASE, Crossref, Google Scholar, National Library of Ukraine named after VI Vernadsky, Scientific Periodicals of Ukraine (URAN)

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