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A brief guide to finding permanent links to articles for use in research bibliographies, course pages, etc.

Stable URLs in JSTOR

Stable URLs are what JSTOR calls permalinks.  Here's how to find them. 

  1. Conduct a search in JSTOR. 
  2. Select an article in your results list.
    An example of a JSTOR search result screen that contains the article title, author, citation, and abstract.
  3. In the item results, locate the Stable URL at the bottom of the article citation. 
    An example of the item result screen in JSTOR with the stable URL highlighted in yellow.