Scholarly journals are particularly important to academic research.
Many databases allow you to check a box to narrow your results to only articles from these publications.
REMEMBER: Most catalogs and databases are very literal. Searches only find items with the exact combination of letters entered. Keyword searches find words, not topics. A word in an item record does not necessarily indicate the overall subject of the item.
Sample LOC subject trees in CBBcat:
Find Other Digitized Primary Sources Using Your Search Engine
Add these words and phrases to your Internet searches:
Use Google Advanced Search. From your results page, click on: Settings > Advanced Search
You can more fully customize your search terms or narrow your search by entering .edu or .gov or .org in the Site or Domain field.
Use Google Tools. From your results page, click on Tools. Any Time drop down can be changed to a Custom Date range. All Results drop down can be changed to a Verbatim search.