Search SU libraries for e-Journals
On the Library website (http://library.sun.ac.za), click on SEARCH and select E-journals from the drop-down menu. Type the name of the journal in the search box on the next screen:
You will be shown one or more databases or publishers that offer access to that journal title. Click on full text access. The example below shows Taylor & Francis, full text available from 1999.
Click on Taylor & Francis . Enter keywords, author or title of article to search this journal, OR select the year you are looking for.
Peer-reviewed or academic articles are articles written by academics/experts/researchers on a specific field of study. These articles usually contain a bibliography at the end of the article and information on the author’s academic qualifications and university at the beginning of the article. A peer-reviewed journal article was reviewed by people with credentials in the article's field of study before being accepted for publication.
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