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I've found an article that I need for an upcoming paper. The article is titled "The Cocoa Industry and Child Labor". How do I get a copy of

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I've found an article that I need for an upcoming paper. The article is titled "The Cocoa Industry and Child Labor". How do I get a copy of this? I've found it on library site, but it's not available to view. It says 'find a copy online', but there isn't one that I can find. Help!

Answered By: Linda Kern
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016     Views: 24

Hello!

I'm not sure which library site you were looking on, but I may have found the article. When I have a title, I always go to the Library's catalog via http://library.brenau.edu/ and paste the article title into the WorldCat search box. If the full text of the article is available anywhere in our databases, it will link me to it. I do have to log in with my 6 digit ID number and email user name (jdoe or jdoe2) to search.

When I pasted in the title you are looking for, I found this about the sixth article down:

The Cocoa Industry and Child Labour
by Elliot J Schrage; Anthony P Ewing
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Publication: The Journal of Corporate Citizenship, no. 18 (Summer 2005), p. 99-112
Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing
Database: ProQuest Research Library
Libraries that own this item: Brenau Trustee Library
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Without the authors' names, I can't know for sure that it's the article you saw, but it looks good. Clicking View now and then View full text - Journal of Corporate Citizenship, Business Source Complete took me to the journal's home page in the database. Clicking on 2005 on the right side of the page, and then on Issue 18 Summer 2005 took me to all of the articles in that issue. I scrolled down to find the article.

This is a great peer reviewed journal! If you want to search all of the issues of the journal, click Search within this publication near the top left of the page, and add your search terms to the search box.

You can use the same technique to locate other full text articles that come up on the WorldCat catalog search.

Thanks for asking!

   

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