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Makes a link to a JSTOR article or journal determined by a given parameter. The main purpose is to use as part of an id option in a {{cite journal}} reference.

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To reference an individual article, the preferred method is to use the number from the stable url (e.g. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3562296). This may be found for any article under the Item Information link:


Alternatively, it is possible to use the Serial Item and Contribution Identifier, however these tend to be very long and awkward:


To reference a journal itself, use the ISSN: