How-to-search peer-reviewed articles from BU library

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Updates of how-to-search peer-reviewed articles from BU Libraries. (Dated September 14, 2010) Prepared by Jungwan Lee, Ph.D. Step 1: Let s assume your topic of Assignment 1 is leadership theory selected from the syllabus.
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Step 2: Following is the new features of BU e-library which is accessible four databases: JSTOR, Academic Onefile, Web of Science (ISI), WorldCat.
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Step 3: Search peer-reviewed articles (PRA) through JSTOR database
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Step 3-1: Search PRAs using Advanced Search of JSTOR 1. type in a topic leadership theory 2. tick article checkbox, type in from 2000 to 2010 at Date range text-field, and mark English at language selection-field. 3. then, click search submit-button.
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Step 3-2: The search results show you maybe too many PRAs as follow: Step 3-3: preview abstracts of the articles interesting
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Step 3-4: Look at full-texts of PRAs through PDFs
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