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In Literature Resource Center, you will find the stable link at the top of the page under "Get Link" or copy the URL from the citation. In JSTOR use the stable URL listed above "Use the Cite". And for the EBSCO databases, use the "permalink" at the bottom of the right side or use the link from the citation.
Quick and easy citation generator with helpful hints on where to find the information and how to cite it in your paper.
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