It is difficult to recommended one database for finding resources in Intercultural Studies since many topics are cross-disciplinary.
|Whether you start with the "ALL" search, a specific database, or Google Scholar, the best research strategy is to use the iterative research process, where you perform multiple searches, refining your research criteria based on what you find. Each iteration will take you closer to your desired goal.|
The "Researching an Interdisciplinary Topic" page provides specific research strategies.
Consider installing and using Zotero, software that you can use to organize your citations and help with writing and citing.
Resources to help you evaluate information you find:
Steps and Guidelines for effectively evaluating websites. (From UC-Berkeley)
Consult the Qualitative Research Guide
The Guide provides:
Consult these resources to help you write your literature review.
Short 3-minute video explaining how to synthesizing literature when writing a literature review
The Wheaton College writing center has resources to help you with writing and formatting your paper.
Zotero is a reference manager that can not only hell you organize your research resource but it can also help you with formatting in-text citations and your bibliography.
Citation style guides
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