Use the drop-down option to select “Title contains all words” if you would like to search for a general word, such as “management”. You can also use this option for a specific title, like “wall street journal.”
Here is a visual walk-through of the journal search process:
1. Make it something that you’re actually curious about, that has made you mad, or gotten you excited. It’ll be much easier to spend time on it when you feel strongly about it
2. Doodle about it. Put pen to paper and brainstorm all the related words or issues you can think of. Also brainstorm some concepts that might be considered “opposites” to your topic. Having lots of words to choose from will help in building your searches in the databases.
3. Not sure what the related issues to your topic might be? Try searching for it in Google Scholar or even Google Images to see how it’s being described by other people. This will help you narrow down your topic into a specific question if you don’t have one already.