Try requesting it from another library via ILLiad (Bethel's interlibrary loan program)
You will be notified via email when the article is available for electronic pick-up
Alternatives to Wikipedia:
All the databases listed here may be found at the library website, or the BLink library tab in the Psychology & Counseling and Nursing, Health & Medicine categories of Databases & Sources by Subject. There are many more, but these are the top recommendations.
You've got your research question; now it's time for effective searching. Try these tips:
A scholarly article in which the authors themselves have conducted the research described in the article.
How do I limit a search to empirical research articles?
Many online indexes/databases don't provide a specific limiting feature for this. Therefore, try limiting your search by adding one or more of these words to your search: (research or study or empirical or qualitative or quantitative)
In addition to our scholarly database subscriptions, you might try Google Scholar.
To see links to subscriptions you have access to through Bethel. click on Scholar Preferences in the upper right corner of the GS search page. Then look for the Library Links section, where you can search for Bethel University Library and select it as your affiliate library. After that, you'll see links to full text @ your library in your search results.