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All Fincham Press journals and books strongly encourage authors to make the research objects associated with their publications openly available. This means that peer reviewers are able to better assess the foundations of claims made, and the research community and wider public are able to similarly validate authors’ work, and are more easily able to extend and build upon it
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We do not seek to possess journals or books content, but instead to support editors in operating them. All copyright to the published content is retained by the authors, Fincham Press does not retain rights to the published content and the content can be transferred away from Fincham Press if the society decided to change the publisher.