You are often given the details of articles to read, or find them when reading other articles. You want to get the full text and you are not sure how to proceed. This guide will show you the steps to take.
Read through the following boxes and then complete the quiz.
For example: To find the full text article: Ndashe, S. (2004). The duty to protect woman from sexual violence in South Africa. Feminist Legal Studies, 12 (2), 213-221.
Access Electronic Journals from the menu item QUICK LINKS on the Library homepage. Type only the journal title in text box provided i.e. Feminist Legal Studies.
You will be shown one or more databases that offer access to that journal title. The example below shows Academic Search Complete or SpringerLink. Note: If the Library does not have access to a specific title, the result will show 0.
Select a link that covers the year you need. (Choose the database which includes the year you need. In this case, it is 2004.
Choosing Academic Search Complete takes one to the following screen. Browse by year and select Vol. 12 Issue 2 2004
Step 4 You will then be able to locate the specific article you are looking for.
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