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Citation databases allow you to see how often a work of scholarship is cited, and to trace connections between related works.
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Arts, humanities, and history
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To find specific journals (as opposed to individual journal articles), search:
Find eJournals by Title When you know the title of the journal and want to go straight to it online.
Orbis (Yale Library catalog) Especially useful for locating print holdings of journals that are not entirely available online. Also includes records for online journals.
MORRIS (Yale Law Library catalog) Includes records for online and print journals to which the Law Library subscribes.
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CitationLinker to see if Yale has the article in full text.
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