When the full text of the article is not available in the database, use the "360 Link to Full Text" button .
The system will search for full text and return the options in a separate window.
Click on the Article link that appears in the new window. You may have to click through 2-3 pages until you reach the PDF link for the article.
If you receive a message that the article is not available online, use the "Request digital delivery" link below the message and follow the instructions to order the article. Digital delivery sends a PDF version of the article to you. You will receive notice via email, usually within 48 hours.
If you continue to have difficulty retrieving the article, contact Ask-a-Librarian or a reference desk at one of the libraries.
The websites below can be used to search for films you might wish to use in courses. Videos can be requested through the library's Streaming Media (Video and Audio) Request Form. If possible, include the URL for the film you'd like in the Call Number field. When Wayne State University Libraries has acquired licensed access, the video will be accessible through the library's catalog. The Permalink at the bottom of the cataloging record can be given directly to students, and/or embedded in Canvas or other course sites.
Please forward information about new publications to Judith Arnold, email@example.com.
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About the Department
Linguistics is devoted to the scientific study of language structure and use. The Linguistics Program at Wayne State offers an interdisciplinary approach to this field, permitting students to explore a wide range of topics and issues in language research.