Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Sep 18, 2016 Views: 538
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 the Articles by Topic button.
2. Click the Policy, Administration, and Security link in the Select a Subject box.
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
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. Under the search boxes, click inside the check mark boxes for Full Text and Peer Reviewed.
The Full Text and Peer Reviewed options look like this:
9. Click the Search button.
Your results are all articles from peer-reviewed journals with the word international in the journal title.
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