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LING 250: Tone and Stress (HC): Finding Articles & Dissertations

Linguistics 250: Tone and Stress (Lillehaugen) Fall 2013

Finding Articles and Dissertations

Begin your search with the relevant subject-specific or multidisciplinary databases (listed below), using many of the same search tips that you would use to find additional books.  To search many journal databases at once, use Tripod Articles.  To identify subject-specific databases not listed below, use Research Guides.

Once you have found relevant resources, use the button to get full-text copies the articles.

A separate window will open with links either to a digital copy of the article, a locally available print copy, or an Article Delivery request form for ordering material not held by the tri-college libraries. To request items not held locally, simply enter your name and barcode and submit the request.

Other Online Search Tools

Use these resources to find additional information on languages, including bibliographies on individual languages. 

Searching for Dissertations

Search the LLBA (Linguistics & Language Behavior Abstracts) to find dissertations on specific languages. 

Use the tips for keywords searching.  From the advanced search screen, use the dropdown menu to limit your search by words in the title.  Below the search boxes, check the box next to Dissertations & Theses.