You can find scholarly articles on Google. You might run into a couple of problems, though:
Using the library to find a scholarly article in anthropology means using the Library's online scholarly databases to search and access the Library's online scholarly articles. You can do this from home by signing in with your UTORID when prompted.
Many library databases allow you to select scholarly articles:
You can also check your journal in Ulrichs Periodical Directory (Ulrichsweb), to see if it's peer-reviewed.
Not everything in a scholarly journal is peer-reviewed - there may be news items, book reviews, editorials, opinion pieces - so you need to know what a peer-reviewed article looks like. Check out the internal clues here.
You already know the article you want - maybe you found it on Google, or through the reference list of another article, or through a prof or TA's recommendation. Let's say you want this one from Google:
What to do:
3. Click on your article where it appears in the results list.
4. Click on the PDF button to download the full text. Note that the PDF button won't always be this obvious and you may need to look around for it. Also, this is the stage where you'll be asked to sign in with your UTORID if you haven't already done so.
Citations for articles in books look similiar to citations for journal articles.. Clues it's an article in a book: the word "In"; publisher information; no journal volume or issue number:
For this assignment, you need a journal article. For future reference, if you do want to get a book chapter/article, search in the library catalogue for the book title.
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