Visual: A SocINDEX database record screen for the article “Don't Blame the Babies: Work Hour Mismatches and the Role of Children.”
Narration: This video accompanies the “Test your knowledge: Articles cited in bibliographies” exercise. Try the search steps on your own, then compare your search to what we present here.
Visual: A SocINDEX database record screen for the article “Don't Blame the Babies: Work Hour Mismatches and the Role of Children.” Cursor points to a link on the left that reads: Cited References (57)
Narration: Here we see the article “Don't Blame the Babies: Work Hour Mismatches and the Role of Children.” in the SocINDEX database. On the left, we see a link for Cited References (57). There are 57 items in the bibliography for this article
Visual: Cursor clicks on “Cited References (57)” and the cited references page loads. It is an alphabetical list of the “Don’t Blame the Babies” article’s bibliography.
Narration: When we click the cited references link, the full bibliography will open.
Visual: Cursor points to a PDF file icon under the second item on the list.
Narration: If any of these articles are available in this same database, you will see a full text link.
Visual: Cursor points to title of the second item on the list.
Narration: The title of this article which is available in the database is “Scaling back: Dual-earner couples' work-family strategies.”
Visual: Cursor navigates to the eleventh item in the list, which is on page 2 of the reference list. Cursor points to the “Find at Walden” button that accompanies this item.
Narration: Not every reference item will have the full-text immediately available. For example, this article, “Understanding the Time-Squeeze: Married Couples Preferred and Actual Work-Hour Strategies,” has no PDF or other full text link. However, there is a “Find at Walden” button.
Visual: Cursor clicks the Find at Walden button and new screen loads
Narration: You can click this link to do a quick search of other library databases.
Visual: Find at Walden screen loads showing the article in the ProQuest Central database.
Narration: As this screen loads up, you can see that this article is found in full text in the ProQuest Central database.