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Deep Linking: JSTOR

A guide to understanding and creating deep links in popular research databases.


If you're confused about deep linking, Ask A Librarian any time of day for help.

JSTOR and Deep Linking Resources

Click the links below to access the JSTOR database and more.


JSTOR is a multidisciplinary journal database which provides deep links when you view the article.

What is JSTOR and how do I deep link to it?

JSTOR is a multidisciplinary database with access to over a thousand academic journals and one million full text articles and images. Its topics include Biological Sciences, Business, History, Language & Literature, and Political Science.


Deep links are provided when you view the article.

1. Click the name of the article you want to see.


2. The URL in the address box at the top of the page is temporary so ignore it. Look beneath the title and publication information of the article.

The Stable URL is the deep link address.

Click here to see the deep link to the article "Declining Violent Crime Rates in the 1990s".

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