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Very recent journal articles with no volume #, issue # or article number

Hi,

I've found a few journal articles which have been published, but don't have a volume number, issue number, or article number. Both of them are available in PDF format with the page numbering starting at 1. They are very new - one was published 5 days ago. It is almost as if they have been published online but the publisher is waiting for more articles until they compile the latest journal issue. They are reputable sources and peer reviewed. The journal's older articles all have volume and issue numbers.

Can I leave the volume number, issue number and article number out? And should I reference them as a printed article or online article? Link to the journal articles:

Barisione, M., Michailidou, A. & Airoldi, M. 2017, ‘Understanding a digital movement of opinion: the case of #RefugeesWelcome’, Information, Communication & Society, no volume, issue or article number, viewed 25 April 2018, <https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2017.1410204>. 

Gahan, P., Pekarek, A. and Nicholson, D. 2018, ‘Unions and collective bargaining in Australia in 2017’, Journal of Industrial Relations, no volume, issue, or article number, pp. 1-21, viewed 25 April 2018, <https://doi-org.ezproxy.lib.uts.edu.au/10.1177/0022185618759135>.

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Hi Brooke

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Meijun, 1 year ago

Hi Brooke

These articles have been accepted for publication, but we do not know when they will be published in print. So we can reference them as journal articles in press.

Barisione, M., Michailidou, A. & Airoldi, M. 2017, ‘Understanding a digital movement of opinion: the case of #RefugeesWelcome’, Information, Communication & Society, in press.

For more details, please go to the library referencing page at 

http://www.lib.uts.edu.au/help/referencing/harvard-uts-referencing-guide/journal-article#press

Hope this helps,

Meijun

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