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History 357 History of British Capitalism

Why Articles?

Articles can be found in publications called magazines, journals, periodicals, newspapers and other publications.

These often can be referred to as serials and have a set, regular publishing schedule e.g. daily, weekly, monthly annually, etc.

Articles are good sources for:

  • Most recent research or information on a topic
  • coverage of a very narrow topic
  • coverage of current events
  • contemporary accounts of past events and research

Searching for Scholarly Articles

Locate article full text from within a database

 

Clicking the MHC Get It button for an article will help you locate the full text.

  • If available online: click direct link to go to the full text article online
  • If available in print: double check the years the library owns, find the article in print alphabetically by title (recent journals are in the reading room, older journals are on floor 2 1/2)
  • If neither option is available at MHC: click "Request from another library" to have it delivered electronically through the ILLiad, inter-library loan service.
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