Find journal articles [and other resources] via Summon 2.0, the Libraries' interdisciplinary search & discovery service. Summon is an intuitive and fast search engine that helps you discover relevant information on any topic from the University of Victoria Libraries collections. It searches through our collection of books, scholarly journals, newspaper articles. Rather than searching for all of these things in separate databases, Summon provides a single unified search box.e-books, dissertations, videos, maps, manuscript collections, music scores and more.
The name of a journal in a journal article citation is usually abbreviated: For example: MNRAS is the abbreviation for the Monthy Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. Rather than try and guess the full journal title, there are online tools and strategies available that make this easy.
One strategy is to simply type the journal abbreviation onto Google.
Other web based journal abbreviation databases are also available:
Browse our library's "Journals by Subject" to help you with your Anthropology research.
For more specific fields like visual anthropology, ethnography, or primatology, search by journal keyword in the library's catalogue.
ALSO: Browse the Libraries Databases by Subject
Featured Resource for ANTH 200 [May-June 2020):
Handbook of Research on Methods and Techniques for Studying Virtual Communities: Paradigms and Phenomena/Ben Kei Daniel (University of Saskatchewan, Canada) 2011. Direct ebook access: https://www-igi-global-com.ezproxy.library.uvic.ca/gateway/book/41890
UVic LIbraries catalogue record with ebook link at: http://voyager.library.uvic.ca/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=3281311