Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: May 09, 2018 Views: 973
One way to find an international peer reviewed journal is to use a database focused on the subject area of your choice and use the advanced search limiters.
1. From the library website, click Select a Subject in the center of the page.
2. Click the Public Policy & Administration link.
3. Scroll down to the Policy and Administration Databases box.
4. Click the Political Science Complete database link.
Note: You may need to log in with your myWalden user name and password.
5. Type your search terms in the search boxes
In the first box, type: international OR global OR world
6. Change the drop-down on the right from "Select a Field" to SO Publication Name.
The search set up should look like this:
7. Type your keywords in the second and third search boxes.
Tip: if you put in no other search terms you will get more results but they will be less focused.
8. Scroll down to the section: Limit your results.
9. Click inside the boxes for Full Text and Peer Reviewed.
The Full Text and Peer Reviewed options look like this image:
10. Click the Search button.
Your results are all articles from peer-reviewed journals with the word international or global or world in the journal title.
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