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* “Open Access” is an article that allows the publisher or author to publish the article for academic purposes only (and in some cases, for commercial purposes as well). Even in Open Access, the copyright remains with the author, so you must follow the rules of showing proper citation information and no modification. Open Access has several levels of restrictions, so care must be taken when citing and publishing copyrighted material.


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