JSTOR, the full name of Journal Storage, is a non-profit organization that digitized outdated journals and was founded in 1995. JSTOR full text database provides the vast majority of journals from the first volume of a period of 1, dating back as early as 1665 years. Most of the "newest journals" in the library are journals three to five years old, unlike the commonly-defined newly-published periodicals, with a fixed time interval called the Moving Wall. Currently, JSTOR has 1,110 titles in journals, including nearly 4,019,507 articles. At present, the full-text database of JSTOR is a full-text database of representative academic journals in more than a dozen fields with general scientific themes centered on the theme of humanities and social sciences such as politics, economics, philosophy and history.