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If you have an article citation (like the one below) and want to find that specific article, you can find it several ways:

Jackson, Steven J. “Ex-Communication: Competition and collusion in the US prison telephone industry.” Critical Studies in Media Communication 22.4 (2005): 263-280.

  1. Use the article title.  Copy and paste the article title into Google Scholar.  It is often useful to put quotes around the article title to find the exact title you want.  Example: “Ex-Communication: Competition and collusion in the US prison telephone industry.”
  2. Use the journal title.  Copy and paste the journal title into the Library Search box.  Example: “Critical Studies in Media Communication”