Answered By: Linda Kern Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016 Views: 251
It can be very difficult to find an article without a full citation! When it comes to locating articles, the more information, the better. I poked around on Google and found this citation:
Rosefeldt, Paul. "Ibsen's A Doll's House." Explicator 61.2 (2003): 84. Academic Search Complete. Web. 28 Mar. 2012.
If this is the article you need, here's how to find it in 3 easy steps.
Start with the library catalog at http://library.brenau.edu to figure out where to find the journal. Type the name of the JOURNAL, The Explicator, and change the dropdown from "keyword" to "journal title". This search will take you to a screen showing all of the places you can access this journal. Academic Search Complete is listed first, and covers the journal from 1976- the present, so it is a good choice. Click the link to Academic Search Complete.
Once you are logged into the database using your email user name and student ID # (the one you use to access CampusWeb), you will see a bunch of information about The Explicator. In the light blue toolbar toward the right side of the screen you will see a link "Search within this publication". Click the link to search the journal for the specific article you need.
The search box will already show the journal: JN "Explicator". Add article title and the author's name to the search. so the search reads JN "Explicator" AND Ibsen's A Doll's House AND rosefeldt. Include the "AND"; it is an important part of an effective search.Click search, and the article will come up.