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Journalism & Public Relations: Find Articles / Databases

AP Style Guide

News Sources

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APA Citation Examples

Vanderbilt Television News Archive

Brief abstracts of newscasts, searchable by topic and date going back to 1968. Users associated with a university pay Those users associated with a university pay $17.00 per clip loaded on a USB and mailed.

Finding a Specific Article

There are a couple ways to see if the Library has a specific article that you have found in a citation:

1) Use the OneSearch on the Library home page! Type in the title of the article in quotation marks. Probably 75% of the time, this will take you to a link to the article.

2) Use Google Scholar. The first time you try this you'll have to change a setting. After that, you just search by article title. Here's how to set up Google Scholar:

  • Click on Scholar Preferences, then click on Library Links.
  • Type in CSU, Long Beach. Click Save. That's it!
  • Then type in the title of the article you are trying to find and you will see the Get it @ CSULB link, which will take you to the Library copy of the article if we subscribe to the journal.

4) If neither of these paths work, that means we don't subscribe to the journal. So, request the article through BeachReach.