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MGMT 482: Strategic Management

Recommended Article Databases

The following databases will contain articles from scholarly (peer-reviewed) business journals, business magazines and newspapers, and some general-interest magazines and newspapers.

What type of article to you need?

Source Visual Characteristics Author(s) Purpose Audience Examples

Magazines
brief to medium length articles; no bibliography; extensive advertising written by journalists or staff writers; reviewed by an editor to inform, persuade, or entertain depending on audience general public; special interest Time; Newsweek; Psychology Today; GQ; Glamour

Trade Publications
brief to medium length articles; may contain references written by staff writers, professionals, or experts in a profession or trade to inform or report on industry news, trends, products, etc. professionals within a field such as marketing, human resources, teaching, etc. Harvard Business Review, HR Magazine (SHRM), Marketing News (AMA)

Scholarly Journals
long articles with a methodology, discussion and conclusion; abstract; language is specialized to field; contains a long list of references written by scholars or experts in a field; peer-reviewed to inform, present original research, and communicate formally with other scholars scholars, researchers, and experts in a field Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management, Journal of Business Research

Select the right type of article

In Business Source Complete, select checkboxes under Source Types.

In ABI/INFORM, click More under Source Type and select checkboxes under Include.

Library Databases Tip: Find It Button

Tip: If you see a Find It! button like the one below, click on it to connect to the full text.
Find It! @ UW-Green Bay

If the article is not available, request it via Interlibrary Loan.
Click on the We can get it for you for free! (ILL & ILLiad) link to place request