A forum where researchers and scholars first report their findings and ideas. Journals are ongoing publications also referred to as serials, periodicals, magazines or newspapers.
Peer review is a formal process whereby any article submitted to a journal is sent to several established scholars in that field for review prior to publication.
To see if a journal is peer-reviewed check the Ulrich's website.
If there are key journals in your field of research, it might be useful to set up email Alerts for them. When a new issue of the publication is released you will receive an email that contains a list of all the articles in that issue.
The easiest way to set up an Alert is find the journal title in SEARCH and link to the database, then look for an “Alert” option on the journal home page. Alternatively, use databases such as Sage journals online, Cambridge journals online, ProQuest or Wiley online library to browse (eg. by topic) journals available for contents Alerts.
To check availability of journal titles in Search:
Journals contain more up-to-date and subject specific information than books. Many of the following Journals are available online as well as in paper.
Do an Advanced Search to find these titles and click on the Locations tab to find where these are held.
Asia Pacific public relations journal
B & T
Business communications review
Choice: journal of the Australian Consumers Association
Corporate reputation review
Disaster prevention and management
Journal of business communication
Journal of corporate public relations
Journal of integrated communications
Journal of integrated marketing communications
Journal of public affairs
Journal of public relations research
Media international Australia