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Last Updated: Nov 28, 2016    

JSTOR (Journal Storage) is a full-text digital ARCHIVE of core scholarly journals. As part of JSTOR's agreement with publishers, current issues (usually the last 3 - 5 years) are not digitized by JSTOR and may be obtained elsewhere. This is why you are not able to access the current issues of journals in JSTOR.

To access the current issues of the journals you’ve found in JSTOR, check the Publication Finder ('E-Journals' in ‘Quick Links’ on library homepage) to see if we have access on other platforms. Many of our electronic journals are available in more than one place.

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