Answered By: Lizah Ismail
Last Updated: Aug 27, 2016     Views: 24

To address your research topic, you need to search our library research databases. To get there, go to our library homepage at, then click on the Research Databases link (center of page). The databsaes are listed A-Z (see tabs at the top). For your topic, I would search in the following databases:

Social Sciences Full Text

SOCIndex with Full Text

Psychology and Behavioral Science collection

Academic Search Complete

Academic One File

We also have a large collection of e-books that you may want to search. From the library homepage, go to the Find Electonic Books link. Search Ebsco e-books or ebrary.

Some search terms you may want to try are adolescents AND  pregnancy AND "adolescent pregnancy". 

However, I would narrow this topic a little before searching. What is it about adolescents and pregnancy do you want to research? Causes? Effects? 

You may also want to explore our databses by Subject (see tab at the top next to the A-Z list). Also, I would recommend that you also view our Library Guides your Subject area and your course guide if available  (most of our guides are course specific). The guide will list subject relevant library resources.

Let us know if you need additional help.