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How do I search for a specific journal?

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One way you can search for articles from a specific journal is through our Journal Finder, which is the third search box down on the library web page (http://www1.chapman.edu/library/).  Simply type in the name of the journal, and the Journal Finder will show you which databases you can access if from as well as the dates of coverage.  You can then click in to one of those links to do an article search.

If you need additional assistence, please feel free to contact a librarian.

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