How to find the full text of an article cited in an online index.
I found a citation in JSTOR and need the article it describes.
Answered By: Robin Mize Last Updated: Jan 29, 2017 Views: 2
Answered By: Robin Mize
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2017 Views: 2
Since you have the citation for the article, it should include its title, the name of the journal in which it appears, the publication date, the volume and/or issue numbers, and possibly even its page numbers. You may be able to use this information to find your article in one of our 250+ other databases. First, go to Journals A-Z (http://ak8ha4ft4s.search.serialssolutions.com/) and type the title of the JOURNAL in the search box. From the search's pull-down menu select "Title begins with," type the name of the journal, and click the "search" button. From the search results, select a link from one of the databases which contains the online journal. From the journal's title page, select the publication date, then the volume/issue, and then find the title of the article you require.