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“Lituanistika”, International Research Database
Organisation:The Research Council of Lithuania
Location:Latitude: 54.690200 & Longitude: 25.224600, Google Map
Description:The Lituanistika database contains research works from humanities and social sciences,which cover the development of the Lithuanian state, society, culture, nation and language. It contains scientific works published from 2000 and thesis since 1991. At present the database contains over 43 thousand scientific works (books and articles), about 50% of which are open access full-text. The interface is in English and Lithuanian, and there is an RSS feed on the search page
Type:Disciplinary - Operational
Size:43000 items (2018-02-02)
Subjects:Science General; Arts and Humanities General; Language and Literature; Social Sciences General
Content:Articles; References; Theses; Books
Languages:Lithuanian; English
OpenDOAR ID:2712, Last reviewed: 2018-02-02, Suggest an update for this record - Missing data is needed for: Policies
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