Q. how to find an article based on a citation

Hello,

I need to find an article I previously used but I cant seem to find in on the database. The citation is: Black, D., & Newman, M. (1995). Television violence and children. BMJ : British Medical Journal, 310(6975), 273. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.310.6975.273. Can you help?

Answer

Thank you for contacting the Argosy University Library.

To access the article:

  1. Start at the AU Online Library homepage
  2. Click the A-Z Online Journals button located under the Featured Resources section on the right.
  3. In the search box, type in British Medical Journal
  4. The journal should be the second item on the Results List
  5. Click the ProQuest Central 07/02/1988 - present (Full Text Delay: 70 days) link
  6. Search within this publication by typing the article title ("Television violence and children") into the search box.
  7. Click Search
  8. The article will be the first item on the Results List
  9. Click on the Full text - PDF link to view the full article

Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

Sincerely,

Argosy University Library

 

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