This LibGuide pulls together some relevant sources for the most commonly research areas in this writing group. It assumes you have already been exposed to more general training in library resources. Below are some links if you need a review.
If you are starting your research, or your research cuts across disciplines, you might want to start with a generalized resources that covers multiple disciplines. You can search for descriptions of articles in Hollis and full-text articles in something like Google Scholar. Two of our major research platforms ProQuest and EBSCO let you search across various disciplines. As you progress in your research (particularly for preemption purposes), you might want to focus more on databases on your disciplinary topic(s).
These sources would be particularly useful for identifying particular countries to compare or framing general approaches.
You should use our video and guide to find about finding a paper topic generally. Below are some subject specific examples of the things mentioned in those resources.