Topic: Animal abuse occurring in the sport of horse racing
This search returns over 6,661(!) articles in magazines, journals, and newspapers (ProQuest Central is a very large database!). Now limit this set to Full Text and limit to Peer reviewed* in the "Sorted by" area, both in the left sidebar, circled in orange in the image below. This removes any non-full-text articles in newspapers or magazines from your set, and retains the only 1,537 full-text journal articles remaining from peer-reviewed journals:
*Note: The terms "peer reviewed" and "refereed" refer to journals only, so you can use them to eliminate other kinds of sources from your results list.
Now you have 343 full-text peer-reviewed journal articles in your results list. You may want to also limit to more recent articles by entering a date range such as articles published between 2010 and 2020 in the Publication date area in the left sidebar (you may have to scroll down to see it), and once you've entered your date range, click the green "Update" button to apply these date limits:
Of the 174 articles remaining, choose Article #4, "Flogging Tired Horses," and click on the title, highlighted in aqua below:
Now you are taken to a screen with a variety of options for this peer-reviewed journal article. There are three tabs (circled in orange below). The Abstract/Details tab (highlighted in the light blue square below) provides more information about the article:
When you look at the Details below, notice the following:
To see the full-text of the article, click on the Full Text - PDF link in the middle tab, circled in orange. (The PDF Full Text Link is preferable to the Full text link because you can see everything as it would appear in the print version, including charts, illustrations, etc.):
When you are reading the article itself, you will notice several things:
All ProQuest databases like this one have tools on the top right of the screen where your article resides that help you manipulate your articles, including emailing, printing, citing, etc. The Email option for sending a PDF of the article to yourself is circled in orange below:
On the screenshot below of the email pop-up, notice several things:
Note that the citation generated by the database (that can be seen using the Cite link circled in orange below) MOST LIKELY WILL NEED SOME TWEAKING! Do not just copy and paste it without double-checking it first!!
For example, notice the citation generated in APA Style below, is using the old 6th edition of APA style, not yet the 7th edition, and as a result, the DOI number is not represented in the correct linked format (highlighted in red below):
For more example to compare these citations to as templates, see our Citation Help guide, especially Purdue OWL on that guide for each style, for plentiful examples.