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International Scientific Journal "Internauka". Series: "Juridical Science" is an Open Access edition (OA), i.e. it is an open access journal and offers materials available on-line.
The Journal joins the initiatives, declarations and statements on open access to academic knowledge in Humanities: Budapest Open Access Initiative of 14.02.2002; Berlin Declaration of 20–22.10.2003.
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