Not sure how to write a literature review? Check out the following links.
Journal articles are often difficult to find through search engines like Google or Bing. Search the following databases to find articles in this field.
How do you track the evolution of an idea or theory over time? Find a good article on your topic to use as a starting point (see Finding Journal Articles above). Then, follow the citations in that article and the citations to that article, following the flow of ideas back and forward in time.
If you can find one good article about your theory, you can use it to find older articles. Look in its bibliography or works cited page.
Find out if the Langsdale Library owns the articles on a works cited page:
If you can find one good article about your theory, you can use it to find newer articles, too. Use a technique called citation tracking to "discover how many times a particular article has been cited by other articles."
Citation tracking tools:
Use the following tools to find books in libraries and online.
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