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find the full text of an article from a citation

The Full-Text Finder allows you to get from an article citation directly to the full text of any article that is available through our more than 50 subscription databases.

  • From the Library Home Page (http://library.emmanuel.edu), select the Full-Text Finder under the Articles section of the Library Resources.
     
  • Enter the journal title in the text box and click on Search.
    Note: For the citation below, Analyses of Social Issues & Public Policy is the journal title.

    Monk-Turner, Elizabeth, et al. "A Content Analysis of Violence in American War Movies." Analyses of Social Issues & Public Policy 4.1 (2004): 1-11. Academic Search Premier. Web. 11 August 2011.
  • The results list will include the available from dates for each database if you click on the '+' symbol next to Full Text Access. For off-campus access, enter your Emmanuel Portal login when prompted.
If full text is not available, place an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) request for the article.  An ILL request may take 2-3 weeks to fill depending on the availability of the item.

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