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If We Don't Have An Article You Need
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This guide explains how to find the full text of an article two different ways:
1) When you are in a database, or
2) When you have a citation
There is no single answer because of publisher and database restrictions, so the steps you need to follow will depend upon what you encounter during your search.
Select one of the tabs above to continue.
Interpreting a Citation
The links below explain the pieces of a citation, for a bibliography or for in the paper. Understanding this will make writing your papers easier, regardless of the format style you are using.