Journal Title Lookup - If you already have source citations for the articles you want, or you just want to browse a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper title, use this lookup tool to see if ASU owns the title you need and how to access it.
Comparison of Article Types - See this for an explanation of how to distinguish between popular magazines, trade journals, and scholarly/academic journals.
To keep up with the profession, it is helpful to routinely browse the journals in your area of study. Here are some selected titles that can be browsed online:
Article indexes are useful for finding information on organizational studies research, topical issues, and news that has appeared in magazines, journals, newspapers, newswires, and broadcasts. Select from the following types of indexes as appropriate for your topic:
A multidisciplinary index is often a good place to start looking for articles in cross-disciplinary fields like Organizational Studies. Here you will find a sampling of journals from many fields and be able to retrieve a wide range of material.
The search results will also indicate which fields are relevant to the topic so you can then pick one of the more specialized databases in the sections below to use for further research. Many people like to start with the Library One Search (database-public search access, full text access for ASU only) found on the Library Home page.