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Since intersectionality is interdisciplinary, here are some suggestions for research: 1. Try a broad search in OneSearch, especially if you are still exploring your topic.
2. Identify the discipline(s) you are interested in (ex. poli-sci, race relations, etc.)
3. Locate databases in those disciplines in the appropriate LibGuide (some useful ones are listed below).
4. The term "intersectionality" works best as a keyword or title term.
5. Identify scholars who have written on your topic. Search that person's name in some databases.
This database contains more than one million citations and summaries of journal articles, book chapters, books, dissertations and technical reports, in the field of psychology and related disciplines. Dates covered: 1887 to present.
Short for Journal Storage, JSTOR is an archive of academic journals. Issues older than 3-5 years are available in full text. You can search journals in many disciplines, including sociology, psychology, population studies, and more.
Web of Science contains three databases, including the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI). SSCI indexes nearly 2,000 journals across 50 social sciences disciplines. Some full text is available. Coverage dates for SSCI: 1956-current.