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OPEN ACCESS AND COPYRIGHT POLICY

Copyright of the manuscripts published are retained by the author/authors and the first publication rights granted to JSSR. The JSSR or other team member will not be responsible for any successive use of the author(s) work. If so desired, it is the job of author (s) to bring an encroachment action.

Authors will be asked to permit third-party reuse of open access articles. Please visit our Open Access page for more information.

A Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License is used to license and copyright this Journal.

JSSR's Editorial Board shares the RMS and College's vision of providing free access to information, education, and science for everyone, thus promoting its content through an OPEN ACCESS POLICY, fulfilling the DAOAJ definition of open access. The JSSR adheres to an Open Access and Copyright Licensing Policy based on the belief that making research freely accessible to the public promotes greater global knowledge sharing.

The JSSR uses the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. The authors who apply and publish in JSSR consent to abide by the copyright policy set out in the Creative Commons 4.0 license (Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International license). The authors of scholarly research work published in JSSR maintain the copyright, including publication rights, and consent to let others remix, tweak, and expand upon their work for non-commercial purposes under this license. All other writers who use JSSR's material must credit the author(s) and publisher in their work. The following provisions apply to reading and sharing JSSR articles for non-commercial purposes:

BY: The original source must be acknowledged (Attribution)

NC: Commercial use of works is prohibited (Non-commercial)

The RMS and College and JSSR use the CC BY-NC license to shield the author's work from unauthorized use.

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