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Speaking of which I have now received their reply, and voilĂ ! They do
offer JSTOR access. Amazing, and splendid. Although I have a hunch my
work is going to suffer as I spend more time on JSTOR...

Tangentially, who lives in Rightpondia? Or will be come October? (:

Eugene

On 06/03/2008, Donald Boozer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> In addition to Project Muse, JSTOR also has a list of
>  current subscribers. Check here for somewhere near
>  you:
>
>  http://www.jstor.org/about/participants_na.html
>
>  The public library I work at provides access to JSTOR
>  for its patrons. There are a number of public
>  libraries with access to JSTOR as well as academic
>  institutions. Don't count out your local library or
>  university if you want to access JSTOR.
>
>  The GoogleScholar search also will give you citations
>  (if not full access) to JSTOR articles. Try
>  http://scholar.google.com/
>
>  Also, if you REALLY want something, you can try using
>  your local library's interlibrary loan service. Some
>  smaller libraries are going to have limited ability to
>  get you some articles, but "nothing ventured, nothing gained."
>
>
>
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