1) Searching by the Article Title: ""Dammit, Jim, I'm a Muslim Woman, Not a Klingon!': Mediating the Immigrant Body in Mohja Kahf's Poetry"
2) By the Journal Name: JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association
Check Tripod- Journal Search where all journals, as well as newspapers and popular magazines, are listed by title.
Tip: The Journal Search link is in the New Search page and also in the Advanced Search under Material Type.
3) By Broad Subject - Multi-disciplinary Databases,:
Use these journal databases where you can apply a full range of search techniques to find scholarship on your topic. These include choosing exact terminology, using Boolean operators AND, OR and NOT to define the relationships among search terms, and employing strategies for precise results with nesting, phrase searches, truncation, field searching, and sorting results. See the Search Tips tab for more details.
These databases sometimes include magazines and newspapers. They cover the top-tier journals but will not go into depth in the different subject areas:
4) Finding Articles in Subject-Specific Databases
Take advantage of more in-depth coverage of topics with databases focused on a specific academic discipline.
Where to find subject-specific databases? Check the Research Guides website which outlines the major databases by subject area. It also includes resource lists for classes and for categories like news and government information. The Research Guides site can be searched by word or phrase (in quotations) to find specific topics..
See the lists in the next column for examples of major databases in the social sciences, humanities and natural sciences.