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EAL 296: Japanese Across the Curriculum: Article Databases
A resource for library materials for this course taught by Huang-wen Lai
These databases contain scholarly journal articles, magazine articles, and newspaper articles from the US and around the world. They are great for more recent topics. Keep in mind that they represent multiple disciplines, not just history, so you may have to add keywords that help focus your search.
General purpose database that covers multiple disciplines.
FINDING SCHOLARLY JOURNAL ARTICLES
To locate ZSR holdings for a specific journal (or magazine or newspaper), search for the title in Find a Journal.
To search for scholarly articles on your topic, use the online databases listed below. Click on the PDF or linked full text to view the full article, or click on WFU Full Text Options to search our holdings for the article.
Remember, if we don't have a journal or article you need, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan!
JSTOR is a multidisciplinary database that provides historical coverage for scholarly journals, many all the way back to the first issue, as well as British pamphlets. JSTOR searches the full text of every article, so remember to put phrases in quotations to keep terms together. You can narrow your search further by using the subject areas below the search boxes.
To locate a particular periodical, search for the title in Find a Journal. You will see options for both print and electronic access, if available.
Contains seven newspapers back to their first issues: New York Times (1851-3 years ago), Chicago Tribune (1849-1985), Wall Street Journal (1889-1989), Christian Science Monitor (1908-2002), New York Amsterdam News (1922-1993), Pittsburgh Courier (1950-2002) and Washington Post (1877-1997). Includes advertisements, illustrations, etc. as they were laid out on the original page.