How do I find full text of an article not available in our library?

I've looked for full-text of this article and I cannot find it - how can I get a copy of the article?

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Article full-text may be available inside a database, through an electronic subscription, or through a print subscription. Checking the article title through our Google Scholar from our main page is one way to check for this. Using the A to Z Full Text Finder for the journal title is another way to locate items.

If we do not have a subscription (or the year you need isn't covered) then you may want to request the article via Interlibrary Loan. Interlibrary Loan will allow you to request a copy of the article from another institution. Please allow up to two weeks for this copy to arrive although many of our article requests come to us digitally and will arrive within 48 hours. Interlibrary Loan is available to students, faculty, and staff affiliated with Walla Walla University. For a full list of policies, as well as a request form, please see the Interlibrary Loan page.

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