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What is JSTOR?

Last Updated: Aug 09, 2012  |  87 Views

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JSTOR is an interdisciplinary database that functions as an archive for back issues of scholarly journals, some as far back as the 1800’s.   Each article is available as a high-resolution scan of the original piece, illustrations and all. Because JSTOR has a strong archival function, the database does not have current journal issues. 

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