The primary databases for anthropological research:
You may also wish to check other databases for interdisciplinary information.
Articles in scholarly and/or peer-reviewed journals are particularly important to academic research.
Keep a research log & document every search.
Explore a variety of search terms.
Check multiple resources.
Carefully evaluate all materials.
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Start with Keyword searches and then look at item records for relevant Subject Headings. These gather together items by "aboutness." The following are Subject headings in item record for the book: When Norms Collide:
Sample Subject Headings are listed below. (Change 1st drop-down to Subject.)
Note that some terms are often used as sub-headings in Subjects. If your not sure of a subject string, you can also search these as keywords (phrases in quotes) added to primary subject headings.
Use Advanced Search to mix and match keyword and subject searches.
OneSearch searches multiple resources at once. Use for very precise searches:
For best results, use limiters.