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Synonyms or terms that mean the same thing. Think of all of the ways the concept may be written about in the literature.
Word endings and word variations. Databases may need you to enter terms using truncation or wildcard characters in order to retrieve these variations.
Eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia, body dysmorphia
Youth: children, young adults, teens, teenagers, adolescents
Develop an online search strategy using appropriate Boolean operators, proximity operators, and truncation / wildcard characters.
(social media or Twitter or Instagram or Snapchat or TikTok) and (teen* or adolescen* or youth) and (bully* or cyberbully* or harass*)
(race or racial) and segregat* and (city or cities or urban* or neighborhood*)
Many Ebsco databases include the expander "Apply Equivalent Subjects" that are automatically selected by default when performing unqualified keyword searches. This may be helpful with relevancy of results and discovery of terms in the established subject headings in the controlled vocabulary.
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