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Database Tutorials : JSTOR


Use JSTOR  for full-text peer reviewed articles for the humanities and social sciences.. Use arrows on the tutorial below for instructions on using JSTOR.

JSTOR Tutorial

Title: Searching JSTOR​
Enter search term in search box. Hit Enter to use search term as keyword, or select a suggestion for searching by author, title, or journal name.
Text: Click article title to open result.​ Image: arrows point to Article Title, Journal Tilte, and the Downlad, Save, and Cite buttons.
Click on Cite. ​
Text: Select relevant style guide. Citation is generated. ​ ​ Warning: all computer-generated citations are prone to errors. It is the researcher's responsibility to check citation against style guide rules. Image: shows the Cite This Item menu with options for getting the citation in MLA, Chicago, and APA style.

Finding Permalinks in JSTOR

Finding Permalinks in JSTOR
Find article in results. Select Cite.
Copy JSTOR stable link under Cite This Item
Paste permalink. Add proxy prefix to beginning of permalink. Proxy prefix:

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