The Publication Issues page lists up to 390 of the most recent issues of the selected publication. (If there are more than 390 issues, you can click Next to access earlier issues.)
On the Publication Issues page you can:
Once you have found an issue, click the issue you want to browse to see a list of documents.
Once you have selected an issue, you see a list of documents in that issue. You can:
You'll see the Search Results page, displaying the documents that meet your criteria.
Select Citations and abstract from the drop-down menu to search only within the citations and abstracts in ProQuest. Select Citation and document text to search within the complete text of the document, the citation fields, and the abstract.
Searching in Citations and abstract is more likely to find documents whose main focus meets your search terms. Searching in Citation and document text will find more documents, because it will find documents that mention your search terms anywhere within the document.
When you search just the citations and abstracts, ProQuest searches the following fields:
The default for this field is All dates, which searches all information in the current databases.
To limit your search, select the desired date range from the drop-down menu.
If you select a date range option (for example, On this date... or Before this date...), a field (or fields) will appear for you to enter the desired dates.
Enter the desired date(s).
For information on the date formats ProQuest supports, see the date formats reference.
To view more complete information on coverage, including any gaps, click the Publication Information link.
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