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Q&A: How do you find articles in a specific journal?

Let's say you want to find articles on cheating that appeared in the Journal of Business Ethics. There are different ways to do this; here's one approach: 1. find a database that indexes Journal of Business Ethics. Databases like ABI/INFORM and Business Source Elite index several thousand business journals and magazines. 2. Connect to ABI/INFORM. Click the Publications tab and enter Journal of Business Ethics in the Search box. You will get a page for this journal that lists available issues and includes a search box to enter terms. 3. Enter the term cheating in the search box to identify articles on this topic from this journal. Another approach is to use the Advanced search form in databases like ABI/INFORM. In the Advanced multi-row search form, enter the name of the journal in the first row and use the drop-down to indicate the name must be the journal title field. In the second row of the form, enter the search term, like cheating. This can also be used to identify articles by a certain author in a certain journal.

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