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Fundamentals of Business & Business 119

Forming a direct connection to journals and magazines

From time to time, a professor, here and there, may recommend a favorite journal or magazine, suggesting a title that is perfect for your research report!  With over 150 discrete collections within our online library, how will you ever find it?

The short answer is to summon the magazine/journal searching tool, with the obvious name: Full Text Journals.  This tool, located on the library's homepage, below the Library Guides link, directly links to individual magazines/journals within our collection, no matter which database(s) it resides in.

Try it, and see for yourself.

Example: MIT Sloan Management Review... shows up in few places, including here!

Turning the tables

On the other hand, what if things went in the other direction.  imagine the following scenario.  You pass Professor X in the hallway and strike up a conversation, like this.  "Hey Professor X, I just wanted to thank you for recommending that fabulous journal.  Say, did you happen to catch the article on shared leadership in global virtual teams?  I think it was in the Journal of Management Information Systems.

It's even easier then correctly answering the bonus question!

You may want to practice with some of these titles!

 

Accounting

Accounting, Organizations and Society

Accounting Review

Journal of Accounting and Economics

 

Business Administration

Academy of Management Review

Journal of Management

Organization Science

 

Human Resources

Canadian HR Reporter

International Journal of Management and Human Resources

Journal of Human Resources

 

International Business

Global Strategy Journal

Journal of International Business Studies

Research in International Business and Finance

 

Marketing

Journal of Consumer Research

Journal of Marketing

Journal of Marketing Research

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