How do I find a journal article?
If searching for a known item e.g. book, journal article, etc., use a combination of title and author keywords.
Remember: Use keywords from the article title NOT the journal title.
You need to find the following article:
Beyes, T. (2010) 'Uncontained: The art and politics of reconfiguring urban space', Culture and Organization, 16 (3), pp. 229-246.
In the search box enter:
beyes uncontained art politics
Alternatively, use "ADVANCED SEARCH" to search for the journal title, "Culture and Organization". If the Library has the e-journal or physical (print) copy then you can use the reference to find the relevant year, volume, issue, etc., and access the journal article.
Can't find the article you need?
Some of the online resources the Library subscribes to are not in DiscoverEd e.g. LexisLibrary, Westlaw, HeinOnline, EBSCO databases, etc.
The Databases pages will allow you to access these and other databases directly. If you know the name of the database you are looking for go to the Databases A-Z list. If you are not sure go to Databases by Subjects and find the databases recommended for your subject area.
Library doesn't have what you need?
There will be times you will find references for items that the Library does not hold in its collections, either physically (print) or online. When this happens please look at the options available to you at the Library Resources Plus page.