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Dear Colleague,

I am pleased to announce new "Keyword SARA" - a valuable addition to SARA, the FREE contents alerting service, provided by Taylor & Francis- publishers of over 750 academic peer-reviewed journals.

SARA is designed to deliver tables of contents for any Taylor & Francis, Carfax, Health Science, Routledge, Spon Press, or Psychology Press journal to anyone who has requested the information.

New "Keyword SARA" allows you to specify keyword searches and contents alerts are then delivered when relevant articles are found.

Registering for the service is simple. Once registered you can select to receive alerts by keyword or by title and you may unsubscribe at any time. For each of your choices, you will receive the relevant bibliographic information: journal title, volume/issue number and the ISSN. You will also receive full contents details, names of authors and the appropriate page numbers from the printed version.

This will give you advance notice of what is being published, making it easier for you to identify the exact information you require from the hard copy once it arrives in your library, or access it electronically from the online version of the journal.

Titles which may be of interest are:

Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television
New Review of Film and Television Studies - New for 2003
Performance Research
Quarterly Review of Film and Video

To register for this complimentary service, please visit: www.tandf.co.uk/sara/ and click on the SARA logo.

For a free sample copy or further information on the above titles, please visit www.tandf.co.uk/journals


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Sharron Lawrence
Team Leader - Internet Marketing
Taylor & Francis Limited

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Visit http://www.tandf.co.uk/SARA to sign up to our table of contents alerting service
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