I need to read this article that was assigned to us in class.
The best way to locate articles when you have a citation is to use the A-Z of Online Journal Titles database. The first step is to launch the Online Library.
- Click on the Find Now button under the Find Articles heading (appears as an image of a floating folder).
- Click on A-Z of Online Journal Titles from the top of the alphabetical list of databases.
- In the Title search box, type in the journal title that the article appears in: American Sociological Review, click the Starts With button then click Go.
- From the results list, click on the link for any of the ProQuest databases listed under the journal title because these databases feature availability for this journal from 1998 to the present and this article is from 1998 (always pay attention to years of availability which are listed below each database name). This will open up the journal’s record and you will need to expand this view.
- Look to the publication dates listed and click on 1990-1999, then 1998, and then Aug 1998: Vol. 63 (4)
- The article will appear in your results list (it should be #3). Click on Full Text or Full Text (PDF) to access the full-text article.