Use Sociology Databases to find articles on your topic.
Many of the articles contain full-text, meaning that the actual article is available in the database.
Databases contain proprietary content from a variety of scholarly journals, conference proceedings, books, dissertations, and more.
Some databases contain content from only one publisher, such as Elsevier or Wiley, while others have content, or index articles, from a variety of publishers.
Also, see the suggested databases listed on this research guide.
► Not every journal is available in both Print/Microform as well as Online ◄
Search by keywords/phrases and use Boolean searching. What's Boolean?
AND: "wrongful* accus*" AND "mental health"
OR: "mental health" OR "mental* ill*"
Using "Quotation Marks" searches words as a phrase, "young adult".
Limit search results by Date and Peer-Reviewed journals.
Truncation searches variations of a word. The symbol used is asterisk *.
DISAB* will retrieve: disabled, disabilities, disability, etc.
Check Subject terms to see if there are any synonym terms to consider.