Using the bibliography of a relevant article is one of the best ways to find other relevant articles on your topic. The fulltext of the article may be available electronically in one of the library's many databases, or it may be available in one of our print collections. Follow the steps below:
1. Use the "Known Article" tab of the Ejournals list and enter as much of your citation as you have.
2. Review the results for matches to your article and follow the links to the fulltext.
3. Article not found in any database?! Search the Furman catalog by JOURNAL title to see if we have the issue you need in one of our print collections.
4. No luck?! Ask a librarian!
The easiest way to seach for a topic within specific journals is to use the library's EJournal list. Use the Advanced Search option, enter the journal title and select the option "begins with." If your journal is available, the database in which it is searchable will display. Choose an option, open the database and search for your topic.