Answered By: Trustee Library Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016 Views: 130
This is an excellent example of how to search, and how not to search.
Instead of using natural language searching ("examples of ethnocentric organization"), or "Googling", try using keywords. To begin, try narrowing down your search to a few terms. Instead of searching the entire phrase "examples of ethnocentric organization", try just searching "ethnocentric organization".
Using Boolean operators "and", "or", and "not" will help you refine your search even further. Boolean operators define the relationships between words or groups of words. In this example, try "ethnocentric and organization". Most search engines and databases automatically use "or" in phrase searching.
Using this type of searching, choose another database, ABI/Inform Complete, and search "ethnocentric organization". I found 1,946 full-text results in this database.
For more help, look at the Business LibGuide.