Journals & eJournals Get Your Journals HereAre you looking for a specific journal? See these instructions on finding a journal in our catalog and databases.If you’re unsure where to begin, try this list of recommended journals. Search the Library Catalog All FormatsBooksArticlesJournalsSearch the CatalogSearchLimit Your ResultsFull TextPeer ReviewedSearch for BooksSearchLimit Your ResultsFull-Text eBooksSearch for ArticlesSearchLimit Your ResultsFull TextPeer ReviewedSearch for JournalsSearchLimit Your ResultsFull TextPeer ReviewedOpen AccessAdvanced Search How to Find Journals in the Catalog eJournals … Navigate to the library catalog by choosing Catalog ⇒ Go to the Catalog from the navigation bar.In the catalog, select the Resources dropdown menu and choose the option eJournals A–Z List.Figure 1Dropdown Menu in the Library CatalogWhen the search junction appears, select the tab labeled Journals.Search or browse:Search the eJournals A–Z List to find out if Northwestern provides full-text coverage.Alternatively, select the Browse tab to see a complete list of journal titles.Figure 2Options in the Periodical Search Junction Print Journals … Navigate to the library catalog by choosing Catalog ⇒ Go to the Catalog from the navigation bar.Choose the Advanced Search option.Figure 3Advanced SearchUnder Search Index, select Title. Then type the name of the journal you want to find in the Search Term bar.Specify Journal/Magazine under Format and conduct your search.Figure 4The Advanced Search Screen In an EBSCO Database … While in an EBSCO database, select the tab labeled Publications to browse or search the publication list.You can subscribe to receive updates from a particular journal by selecting the RSS icon () to the left of the journal’s title.Figure 5Publications Window in an EBSCO Database Suggested Journals These journals may be useful.This is not a comprehensive list. In a research database, you can search by Journal Name in conjunction with other search terms. American JournalismArticles & book reviews on media history, including the history of broadcasting, advertising, public relations, & media outside of the United States, & communication of history in general.Columbia Journalism ReviewCritical analysis of the performance of the news media—both print and broadcast. Seventy-five percent of the audience works in journalism or communication. (Not peer reviewed.)Journalism & Mass Communication QuarterlyPresents articles and essays on all aspects of print journalism and electronic mass communications, including reviews, studies, and opinion.Journalism PracticeProvides opportunities for reflective, critical and research-based studies focused on the professional practice of journalism.Journalism StudiesCovers journalism as a global practice.