Answered By: Joshua Boatright Last Updated: May 12, 2015 Views: 5
First, I would start with some good keywords like "television" and "addiction."
Instead of Googling these terms, go into the library's website and start with the database called "Academic Search Complete," I'm linking the library's database page here and Academic Search Complete is the first database under the alphabetical list: http://www.berkeleycitycollege.edu/wp/library/databases/
If you're off campus, you'll need a log-in and password for this database. The login is your last name and the password is your student ID #. If that log-in doesn't work, you can use a general one (login: bcclib, password: lib2050)
Once you're in, type "television" into the first search box and "addiction" into the second box. Make sure you're spelling them right. Then take a look at the articles. You can sort on the left-side of your results by date, source type, and also look at other keywords/subjects under the Subject Thesaurus.
If you're still having a hard time, come into the library or call us at 510-981-2821
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