In the Journal FInder search box type: Harvard Business Review
|Identify keywords:||discrimination||employment discrimination||
Here is a quick link to Journal Finder & HBR. Once it opens, click Search within this publication.
Keep it simple. Test out the keywords for the primary topic - your broad idea.
Review the results list for relevancy.
The results list was on topic, but 120 articles are too many to look through.
Now, narrow the search with another keyword.
Select an article. From the results list, click on the BLUE title to open up the article record.
Use the options in the menu Limit To.
Click Subject: Thesaurus Term or Subject. Click SHOW MORE.
1) Browse these Subject lists to get keyword ideas. Don't check the boxes. Type the word(s) you want to try into a search box.
2) Browse these Subject lists to search by subjects. Click SHOW MORE. Check the boxes that related to your topic. It is recommended to only check a few boxes at a time and review the results list for relevancy. Then check a few more subjects, or delete.
Need more options? Browse other Limit To options - Company, NAICS/Industry.
From the Limit To, scroll up to CURRENT SEARCH. Click the BLUE box with the X to delete the Limit To option you tried.
If you want all the Limit To options deleted click CLEAR ALL.
The only library database with Harvard Business articles is Business Source Complete. Harvard Business Publishing has very strict copyright limitations.
Not all HBR articles have full text and not all titles are included in this database.
The article you want may be in the print edition. On campus? Come to the Business Library and find the article. Sorry we can't copy or scan it for you because of copyright restrictions by HBR. Too far way to visit? Try your local public library!
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