Answered By: Nicola Dennis
Last Updated: 11 Sep, 2015     Views: 403

Dialnet is a Spanish database that indexes scholarly journal articles, book chapters, theses and monographs published in Spain. Subject coverage is diverse - from science, technology, law and business to art, history, language and literature. Dialnet is an open access database, which means that the content on it is completely free for anyone to use - therefore you do not need to log in using your Aston username or password. To search for individual journal articles, search using the 'Buscar documentos' box on the home page.

Access to the content differs on a case by case basis. Many of the journals and documents can be accessed directly from Dialnet, whilst other items have links to external websites where the full text is held. There are also some instances where Dialnet only contains the bibliographic record (e.g. title, page numbers, ISBN) and doesn't have the full text available. If you have located an item that you cannot access freely, it may be possible to request this item from Aston using our inter-library loan service.

 

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