As a Langara student, you have access to the Library database Canadian Major Dailies. Canadian Major Dailies indexes all of the major Canadian daily newspapers including the Globe and Mail, the Vancouver Sun, the Toronto Star, and more.
One of the key benefits of finding your article through the Canadian Major Dailies database is that you can search by keyword as opposed to a specific title, date, or publication.
Child* AND psycholog* (NOTE: The * is a symbol for truncation, meaning that it will search on any word beginning with the word "child," like children or childhood, or any wod beginning wiht "psycholog," like Psychology or psychological).
Other possible searches that you may try include:
You can also use more specific terms when you search if you have a particular topic in mind. For instance:
If you are having difficulty finding useful articles, try brainstorming other ways of representing your search terms. For instance, you many wish to replace "child" with "youth" or "infant".
Once you have searched, you can limit the results to the last five years by setting the Publication Date range on the left side of the screen"
Looking at the result list you will be able to see the titles of the article, the author, which publication the article appears in, and the date that it was published.
Click "Full text" to read the entire article.
If you prefer to browse newspaper articles to find something that interests you , you may find the following links helpful: