When searching your topic try a variety of subject headings for the same idea e.g. teenagers, adolescents, youth, juveniles
Note the names of authors writing extensively on your subject. Then do an author search to search for other articles they may have written
Use search connectors, AND, OR as part of your search terms. When using AND and OR in the same search string, the OR clusters must be in parentheses () e.g. (teenagers or adolescents or juveniles) and (substance abuse or drug abuse)
Use Journal Finder if you already have a specific journal issue you want
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Finding Journal Articles
The databases below are subject guides to journals, magazines, newspapers, and so on. For more choices see the Library home page.
Note: if you already know the specific article you want, use Journal Finder. See the box on the left of this page.
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