Answered By: askalibrarian askalibrarian Last Updated: Aug 16, 2016 Views: 1
I suggest do a simultaneous search of the databases I list below. You can search them all at once by going to Academic Search Complete first (--go to the library webpage, click Articles/databases link, then Academic Search Complete on the A-Z list. Once you are in the Academic Search Complete (EBSCO) search page, select more databases by clicking "Choose Databases" link at top, above the search box. Then select the databases listed below and click OK)
You can start with a simple search for "virgin of Guadalupe" (words in quotation) to see what you get. Then you can narrow your search results by selecting the Subject categories at the left lower corner of the screen.
You can also narrow your search with a combined search for "virgin of Guadalupe" AND "devotion" (or"virgin of Guadalupe" AND "worship," or "spanish" or "church," etc.)
You can also do a more complex search in the Advanced Search. Type your combined keywords in separate search boxes (using AND as boolean operaor), then select AB Abstract to the right to search.
Hope this helps. Let us know if you have more questions.
Academic Search Complete
Religion and Philosophy Collection
Humanities International Index
Newspaper Source Plus