What's in this article:
- How to find a specific journal, book, or publisher on JSTOR
- How to search within a specific journal or book
How to find a specific journal:
If you want to look for a specific journal, book, or research report, there's an easy way to find exactly what you need on the Browse page.
At the top of any JSTOR page, you'll see the "browse" menu in the upper left hand corner. Choose the second option, "By title." It will take you to a table that lists everything we have alphabetically. On this table there are four tabs: All Content, Journals, Books and Research Reports. Choose the tab for the type of source you want.
How to search within a specific journal or book:
If you're looking for a specific search term within a specific journal or book, use the Advanced Search:
- Go to the Advanced Search
- Make sure you enter at least one search term in the top fields
- Scroll down below the "Narrow By" text
- Enter the book or journal title in the Journal or Book Title field OR enter the ISBN in the ISBN field
- Scroll back up to select "Search"
- The results you see will contain your search term within the journal or book that you specified