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SPAN 345: Cinematic Language(s): Find Articles

Indexes and Search Tools

FIAF indexes a number of professional journals (NOT the same as academic journals), so you need to be cautious in what you use from this database.

To locate information on a specific film, search for the film by its original title:

Also, remember to check the bibliographies of works you find.  They will often contain other relevant sources.

Retrieving the Article

If the index or search tool you use does not have the full text of an article you need, click .  If the page does not have full text, first click Search Google Scholar to see if the document is freely available on the web.

If it's not free on the web, ask for it through Interlibrary Loan.

If you find an article in a bibliography, go the Research Resources/Journals by Journal Title, and enter the title of the journal to find out if Drew owns or has access to the title:

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