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Use the Journal List to Find an Article
The Journal List allows you to discover the journals to which the Library has access. This is especially helpful when you have a citation and want to find the actual article.
For example, given the following citation:
Wood, P. J. (2011). Understanding and evaluating historical sources in nursing history research. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 27(1), 25-33.
- Search on the journal title (in this case,Nursing Praxis in New Zealand,).
- The results list will show if we have the journal along with the available date range and the database in which you can find it.
- If the publication date of the journal falls within the available date range, then click on the database title.
- Once you're in the database, follow the date, volume, and issue number to the article given in the citation.
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