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Answered By: Sarah Johnson Last Updated: Jan 06, 2017 Views: 249
Look for the character value and limit the search field to subject in either the main Search@CULibraries catalog for education or the education databases. For example, you could use an Education database such as Education Database.
Type your assigned character value as a keyword in the search field and select "Subject" as the field to search. Click Search. Once the results appear, click on the "Peer-reviewed Journals" limiter link.
The resulting list will be peer-reviewed articles that are about respect (or the character value you searched). For immediate access, you can further limit your search to Full Text articles. If you find a citation for an article that looks appropriate, and it is not available in full text, the library will request a copy for you via Interlibrary Loan.
You can also use "character development" and "character education" as keyword phrases if your particular value is not yielding much in a search. A good subject term is "moral education".
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