Holman Library has many scholarly databases. For this project I recommend two strategies:
Strategy 1: Use the One Search to look for scholarly journal articles and books in all library databases at once.
To find scholarly articles, be sure to limit to Peer Reviewed Journals using the filters on your search results page.
Strategy 2: To explore and find useful subject terms and to start with a smaller search, I suggest starting with Academic Search Complete.
Using the Advanced Search feature in a database allows you to use more than one keyword or phrase (search terms) in order to get more relevant search results.
This screenshot shows an advanced search of "social media" OR "social networking" OR facebook AND cyberbully* OR bully* AND girls OR teen*
Use the filters on the left to find Subject Terms associated with your search.
Note: In Academic Search Complete you will also see Subject Terms under each article title, which is a great way to scan for relevant terms!
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To find current research and theoretical perspectives on your topic
To find facts, statistics, and other information supported by research
Holman Library has many scholarly databases. For this project I recommend: