An accessible version of the Searchable Fields table is available below.
|Field Name||Label||Search Examples & Explanation|
The abstract provided by the journal is reproduced with little or no modifications. If no abstract is provided, one is created by the ProQues editorial team, drawing on the article’s text and concepts.
A unique number assigned by a particular database as an additional means of locating a specific article.
|Anywhere except full text||ALL|
|Cited Author||CAU||CAU(Cowan, William)
Searches for an author that is part of the Cited References section of a record.
|Cited Document Title||CTI||CTI(globalization)
Search for document titles that are part of the Cited References section of a record.
|Cited Publication Date||CYR||CYR(October 1987)
Searches for publication dates that are part of the Cited References section of a record.
|Cited Publication Title||CPUB||CPUB(economist)
Searches for a publication title that is part of the Cited References section of a record.
|Company/Organization||ORG||ORG(Department of Education)
Searches for a company or other organizations featured prominently in an article.
|Document Text||FT||FT(speech synthesis)
Searches for keywords in the body of the article.
|Document Title||TI||TI(Language Teaching at a Distance: An Overview of Research)
Locates the occurrence of search words in the title of the article.
|Document Type||DType||DType(Market Research)
Finds specific document types such as article, business case, company profile, market research…
|International Standard Serials Number||ISSN||ISSN(0922-4777)
Looks for the eight digit International Standard Serials Number (ISSN), where available. Hyphens are optional.
Searches the issue number of a resource.
Specific geographic area or location.
|Person||PER||PER(Alexander the Great)
Finds articles mentioning a person.
|Publication Title||PUB||PUB(American Journal of Speech - Language Pathology )
Used to search by a specific publication or publications. You can use the index to browse the list of publication included in LLBA.
Looks for the data in a cited reference. It will search all of the main components of a cited reference (cited author, cited document title, cited publication date, and cited publication title).