What's in this article:
- How to find a specific journal, book, or pamphlet 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.
- Go to Browse> By Title.
- This will take you to a table that lists everything we have alphabetically.
- On this table there are three tabs: 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 or "Keyword" in the top fields
- Scroll down below the "Narrow Results" text
- Enter the book or journal title in the "Journal or Book Title" field or, for books, you can enter the ISBN in the ISBN field
- Scroll back up to select "Submit Advanced Search"
- The results you see will contain your search term within the journal or book that you specified