JSTOR

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Description
An archival collection of scholarly journals mainly in the arts, humanities and social sciences. Subject coverage includes: African American Studies, Anthropology, Asian Studies, Botany & Ecology, Economics, Education, Finance, General Science, History, Literature, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Population Studies, Sociology and Statistics.
Content type
Partial full-text database
Provider
JSTOR
Open access
No
Subjects
Anthropology, Archaeology, Communication, Contemporary Arts, Dance, Dialogue, Economics, English - Children's Literature, English - Drama, English - Fiction, English - General, English - Poetry, Film, First Nations, French Literature, Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies, General & Multidisciplinary, Geography, Human, History, Humanities, Liberal Studies, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Publishing, Religion, Resource & Environmental Management, Sociology, Theatre, Visual Arts, World Literature
Course Pack Print
Prohibited
Course Pack Note
2.3 Linking. JSTOR encourages the use of links to facilitate access to the JSTOR Archive by the Consortium, Authorized Users and Members, including but not limited to links to online syllabi, bibliographies, and reading lists.
Course Reserve Electronic Copy
Prohibited
Course Reserve Note
2.3 Linking. JSTOR encourages the use of links to facilitate access to the JSTOR Archive by the Consortium, Authorized Users and Members, including but not limited to links to online syllabi, bibliographies, and reading lists.
Interlibrary loan electronic
Permitted
Interlibrary loan note
2.4 Interlibrary Loan. Members may wish to use the JSTOR Archive for the purpose of fulfilling occasional requests from other libraries, a practice commonly called Interlibrary Loan. Members may use Content for Interlibrary Loan provided that such use is not at a volume that would substitute for a Subscription to the journal or participation in JSTOR by the receiving institution and is in accordance with United States or international copyright laws, guidelines, or conventions. By way of example, Members shall comply with the CONTU Guidelines, available at http://www.cni.org/docs/infopols/CONTU.html. unless the Member is subject to similar international guidelines or customary and usual practices regarding Interlibrary Loan. Transmission of Content from one library to another (but not directly to users) through post or fax, or secure electronic transmission, such as Ariel or its equivalent, may be used in Interlibrary Loan. To facilitate direct contact with publishers for the provision of Content outside the allowable scope of Interlibrary Loan or for other permissions, Publisher contact information is available at http://www.jstor.org/aboutlalpha.content.htrnl