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Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Winter 2018: Journals & Articles

Your resource for doing research in anthropology.

Scholarly, Popular, and Trade Publications

What's in them?

Who writes them?

What do they look like?

Who reads them?

What are their advantages?

What are their disadvantages?


Click here to learn more about Scholarly vs. Popular

(This chart courtesy of Loyola Marymount University William H. Hannon Library and is used with permission.)

Search in an individual journal: Journal of Contemporary Ethnography

Online Journals - You can browse or search through these:

Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 1972 forward JCE), published bi-monthly, is an international and interdisciplinary forum for research using ethnographic methods to examine human behavior in natural settings.JCE brings you relevant material that examines a broad spectrum of social interactions and practices - in subcultures, cultures, organizations, and societies - from a variety of academic disciplines including, but not limited to, Anthropology, Communications, Criminal Justice, Education, Health Studies, Management, Marketing, and Sociology.-- webpage

Do not order article from these site, use GET IT! to obtain the academic article. 

Get It!: Interlibrary loan and acquisitions requests

When you are doing research you may find a book, score, DVD, CD, or article you need that isn't in our collection. If this happens, you can request it through Get It!. 

Our library will either borrow the item from another library on your behalf, or we will purchase it for the collection. The first time you use Get It!, you'll need to sign up for an account with your SUeID and password.