Search for a topic across hundreds of different journals and other publications
Use AND to combine multiple concepts in your search. This will narrow your results.
bilingualism AND identity
Use OR to find different ways your topic could be expressed. This will expand your results.
(bilingualism OR multilingualism) AND identity
Use an asterisk * to find variant endings, or as a wild card. This will expand your results
(bilingual* OR multilingual*) AND wom*n AND identity
Use quotation marks " " to search words as a phrase. This will narrow your results.
"code switching" AND bilingual*
You can search across all of these journals (except for Glossa) and more in the Linguistics & Language Behavior Abstracts database (under Key Databases on this page).
Your topic seemed so great! So why can't you find any information on it? If you're looking for an all-in-one source that addresses your topic perfectly, you might need a different approach. (From the North Carolina State University Libraries)
When you find an article or book that is useful for your research, you probably know to consult its bibliography or reference list to find other potentially relevant sources. In this way, you're tracing the scholarly conversation backwards in time. But you can also trace citations forward to find newer scholarship that cites the source you have in hand.
You can also search within the results to find only sources that mention a particular work or other keyword.
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