1) Find an Article
Search in Google Scholar. Though this is not comprehensive, it will often bring up specific article titles. The UC-eLinks or Get it at UC option is found under MORE for most citations.
2) Find a Journal
Look for a journal title in the Journals@UCMerced
- Type in the journal name.
- Determine if UC Merced subscribes to it for the year(s) you need.
3) Find a Journal, Article or Book
Search for the journal title or an article title in UC Library Search.
- On the results page, click the title for the item you need.
- Use the UC-eLinks button to find/navigate to the full text.
Examples: How would we go about finding these?
Sample Citation 1:
Golash-Boza, T., Duenas, M. D., & Xiong, C. (2019). White supremacy, patriarchy, and global capitalism in migration studies. American Behavioral Scientist, 63(13), 1741-1759.
Sample Citation 2:
Alvarez, C. H. (2016). Militarization and water: a cross-national analysis of militarism and freshwater withdrawals. Environmental Sociology, 2(3), 298-305.