Not all articles which you find in article databases will be full text. Sometimes you will just be given a citation, like this one from InfoTrac Expanded Academic ASAP.
The citation gives you the following information in the following order:
|Language and 'psychological race' = Article title
Leopold de Saussure on French in Indochina = Article subtitle
John E. Joseph = Article's author
Language & Communication = Title of the journal in which the article appears
Jan 2000 = Date of publication
v20 = Volume of the journal in which the article appears
i1 = Issue of the journal in which the article appears
p29 = First page of the article's text within the journal
(25) = Length of the article (number of pages) [Note: length is not always correct as given in InfoTrac Expanded Academic ASAP]
Not all citations from article databases will give you this information in the same order, but all citations should include:
publication information (volume, issue, and/or date)
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