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Copyright notice (before January 2023)
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ISSN and Digital Publication Information

ISSN (Print): Since its foundation in 1974, our journal has been assigned the print ISSN 1974-2207, which continues to apply to the printed version of the publication. This unique identifier ensures the international recognition and indexing of our printed works in academic databases and libraries.

Digital Publication: Starting from 2023, in addition to our print edition, the journal has embraced the digital age by being published online. This transition to digital publication aims to enhance accessibility, distribution, and engagement with our global readership. The digital version of the journal is in the process of being assigned an eISSN, which will facilitate its discovery and citation