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I discovered a journal through an article's reference list. How do I search that journal?

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To search within a particular journal, do the following:

Step 1: Search the journal title in the library catalogue

Step 2: Click online resource if it is available electronically. This will tell you which databases your journal is indexed in.

Step 3: Select the database that it is indexed in. Sometimes there will be more than one listed. Choose the one that has the greatest number of years associated with it.

 Step 5:  Choose publiction year, Vol. and issue



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