Select the most important 2-4 words related to your topic. Put the word AND between each new word or idea; this tells the database to look for resources with ALL your terms.
poverty AND food
Use quotation marks ( " " ) around phrases (two or more words); this tells the database to look for the words right next to each other.
poverty AND "food programs"
poverty AND "united states" AND programs
poverty AND "united states" AND welfare
poverty AND "united states" AND supplemental nutrition assistance program
In Proquest, select "Advanced Search".
1) Type your topic in the first box.
2) Type series in the second box; change the dropdown menu to Subject heading (all) -- SU.
3) Type wc(>2000) in the third box if you want to specify the number of words in the article.
Magazines, journals and newspapers:
Magazines, journals and newspapers typically do NOT provide a summary or overview of a topic.