To find out whether the library holds a particular journal, go to Journal Titles.
There are a number of ways to find an article using this list.
- Find an exact journal title by using the search facility. This search facility can be used to find:
- the exact title of a journal
- journal titles that begin with a particular word
- keywords in title
- the ISSN (International Standard Serials Number), which is a unique identification number for the journal.
- When you have located a journal title through the journals list, you can search for an exact article by clicking the "Look up Article" link and filling out the details on the form.
- Browse an alphabetical list of all journals available through the library's databases. This list is arranged alphabetically, so to find a title click on the first letter of the journal title (excluding 'the' or 'a').
- Browse journal titles arranged by subject area.
Find a journal article in 6 steps
Segal, MN & Giacobbe, RW 2007, 'Ethical Issues in Australian marketing research services', Services Marketing Quarterly, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 33-53.
- the journal name - Services Marketing Quarterly
- the article title - 'Ethical Issues in Australian marketing research services'
- the year of publication - 2007
- the volume - vol. 28
- the issue - no. 3
- the pages - pp. 33-35
- Use the Journal Titles button to find the journal name
- Identify the database that has the year of publication
- Click on the database link. This takes you to journal
- Navigate to the year of publication
- Identify the volume and the issue number
- Click on the appropriate issue
- Identify the article title - 'Ethical Issues in Australian marketing research services'
- Browse to the correct page numbers OR
- Use the Search within current journal to search for the article title
- If you see Article Linker, follow the link to the full text of the article
- Save or print the article
- Download the full text (pdf version)