If you are using an index that provides only citations, you will need to get the full text of your articles. There is a separate research guide for doing Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Research, as well as a research guide specific to finding Scholarly Articles.
If you have a title for an article, one of the easiest ways to retrieve it electronically is through the Library's OneSearch, which searches across our database subscriptions to retrieve the full-text.
If you cannot find the specific article, you may need to search at the journal level. You may use the E-Journal Finder to find electronic journals available either in various databases or directly through different publishers. You can type the title of the journal (not the article) you wish to retrieve, click the resulting search results to connect to the electronic version of that journal and open the right issue to retrieve your article.
If you need an article from a journal that the Library doesn't have, contact the Reference Desk. We can help you find a library that does have it, or we can show you how to request the article through interlibrary loan (ILL).