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LING 317: Topics in Phonology -- Tracking Down Documents

Created for Prof Mike Flynn - Winter 2019

Key Resources

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Still no document?

If you still haven't found what you're looking for, try to find the document or citations to the document using tools like these:

STILL no document?

Contact me, or (if you have a decent citation) try Interlibrary Loan requests.

Finding Dissertations

While not considered formally published, dissertations can provide a lot of really useful information. They are especially useful as pointing tools, since their literature reviews and bibliographies are usually very rich sources of information.

I also list them separately here because the FindIt button doesn't work well to link you to the full text of dissertations, so if you come across one in a research database it's best to bring the citation information directly to one of these specialized collections of dissertations in order to find the full text.

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