Remember that you may be better served with books by thinking of the broader context! You can cover a lot more in a 150 page book than in a 7 page article--so what you need from a book may be only one small part of it. Look at the table of contents and index to help you determine if what you want is present in a book. If you can't find anything immediately on your topic, think about the broader context your specific topic might fall into and start your search from there.
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In the event that you find a book in JSTOR that looks like we have access, but when you actually click on the JSTOR link it says we don't, do not despair! In most cases, those books can be purchased quickly.
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SU Libraries also has a collection of books from Taylor and Francis. Those books cannot be searched for via the catalog search box above. Instead, search the Taylor and Francis database below directly.