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Answered By: Michael Pujals
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2014     Views: 18

Go to Google Scholar and in the search box type in the title with quote marks around it (i.e. "Bridging the Cultural Gap in Management Consulting Research")

A citation comes up with the following info:

  • Author: M Mohe
  • Journal Title: International Journal of Cross Cultural Management
  • Publication date: April 2008
With this info:
  1. Start at the Library's website
  2. click on "Journal List"
  3. Type in the title of the journal - International Journal of Cross Cultural Management
  4. click on "Search"
  5. on the results page you'll see that the journal from 2008 is available in Sage Premiere 2010 - click on that link
  6. if you're off-campus you'll need to enter your Student ID and password
  7. Next you should be taken to the main page for that journal
  8. Clcik on "All Issues" (it should be near the cover of the journal in the center of the page)
  9. Click on "2008" and then "April"
  10. now it's just a matter of scrolling down until you come to your article.
 

 

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