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The GSSR editorial board shares common visualization with Humanity Publications in offering unrestricted access to research, knowledge and learning for all and thereby follows OPEN ACCESS POLICY to explore its content. GSSR follows open access copyright and licensing policy on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports-a greater global exchange of knowledge.
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