Finding Journal Articles
Start by thinking about what you want to search for and come up with some keywords and phrases to describe it.
Use the filters on the right of the page to refine your search by year of publication or content type.
To find out more about planning a search, creating search strategies and using different search techniques, explore our search techniques guide.
Getting the Full Text
You will notice that if we have access to an article it will appear as Available. If we don't have access to it, it will appear as Access restricted.
If the article is unavailable through our Emerald subscription, there may possibly be a free copy on the internet which has been provided under an open access arrangement. Try using Google Scholar to check. Type in one author's surname and add the title of the article in quotation marks to look for the words in the same order, for example mcelwee "strategic farmer".
You may also be able to get the article by requesting an Inter-Library Loan (ILLs). Remember to sign in to LibrarySearch to see this option. You can find out more about ILLs on our inter-library loans page.