Q. I thought there use to be a link to access Sage Journals but I'm unfamilar with the library's new webpage. I'm wanting to access the following

I thought there use to be a link to access Sage Journals but I'm unfamilar with the library's new webpage. I'm wanting to access the following article: Situational Leadership® After 25 Years: A Retrospective First Published November 1, 1993 Research Article https://doi.org/10.1177/107179199300100104

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I'm wanting to access the following article: Situational Leadership® After 25 Years: A Retrospective First Published November 1, 1993 Research Article https://doi.org/10.1177/107179199300100104

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Hi, Dale.  It is Rick Bower again.  Using Google Scholar, I was able to find your article in a full-text .PDF format.  Scroll down after you follow the link.

Google Scholar allows you to search scholarly articles that are available online. These works are almost always protected by copyright, but you can link to them and people can access them for free.

Rick Bower                                                                                                                                                        Reference Librarian

 

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