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THEA U398 - Queer Theory and Performance - Prof. Barry Whitfield: Databases and Articles

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Finding Articles

  • Follow the citations! When you read encyclopedia articles, textbooks, books, and articles about your topic, note references for other articles that are relevant.
  • Search an article index (database). Choose a disciplinary database for finding the best selection of scholarly articles in a certain field. 
  • Follow full-text links in databases. Be aware of the difference between HTML and PDF full-text formats.
  • When you have a citation, use Full Text Finder! Whether you find a citation through reading or by a search in a database that does not have the article in full-text, go directly to Journal Finder to determine if USC Upstate Library has access to the article.

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