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Start with a broad keyword search in the databases below and use the limiters (usually along the left side) to narrow and focus your results.
Read the abstracts of several articles and save those that might be of interest.
Use those first few to glean additional keywords and subject terms to re-run your search.
Collect more than you are planning to use and evaluate and examine their references.
Discard the less useful articles and repeat this process.
Watch for journals that specialize in your topic and browse those journals.
Note the names of authors working in your area of interest and search them by name.
To cross-search the Ebsco databases below (search more than one at a time), select "Choose databases" on the Ebsco screen next to the database name and select additional databases from the list. This will dramatically enlarge your search results.
Stay up-to-date in your field of interest by setting up recurring search alerts and journal table-of-contents alerts.
To expand your research, do a citation search for articles that cite your articles. This can be done in either Google Scholar (a very broad search including citations of variable quality) or Web of Science ( a narrower search of high quality academic journals):