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Hey im having a hard time trying to find articles on prostition and what made them start prostituting from a psychological point of view for an

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Hey im having a hard time trying to find articles on prostition and what made them start prostituting from a psychological point of view for an apa formated paper
This is for my Human sexuality class, a 4 to 5 pages

Answered By: Trustee Library
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016     Views: 28

Start at the Psychology LibGuide. (http://libguides.brenau.edu/psychology)

Click the yellow Articles tab at the top of the page.

On this page, you'll find a list of databases that include psychology materials. Click on one to start your search - for example, try one like Academic Search Complete by clicking on the database title.

Log in with your 6-digit ID number and Brenau email username.

Type your search terms into the box at the top of the page. For example, prostitution AND psychology. (AND is a Boolean search technique that tells the search engine to only include results that have both terms.)

Use the limiters on the left side of your results to narrow down your findings: Full Text (to see only articles you can read immediately), Scholarly/Peer Reviewed (to see only articles from academic peer reviewed journals), and Published Date (to see only articles in a particular date range, like the last 5 years).

With this search, you'll find articles like these:

Abel, G. M., & Fitzgerald, L. J. (2012). 'The street's got its advantages': Movement between sectors of the sex industry in a decriminalised environment. Health, Risk & Society, 14(1), 7-23.

Murphy, L. (2010). Understanding the social and economic contexts surrounding women engaged in street-level prostitution. Issues In Mental Health Nursing, 31(12), 775-784.

Ţălnar, I., & Himcinschi, C. (2012). Prostitution phenomenon - legal and social aspects. Juridical Current, 15(1), 101-113.

Vanwesenbeeck, I. (2013). Prostitution push and pull: Male and female perspectives. Journal Of Sex Research, 50(1), 11-16.

When you are finished exploring one database, go back to the LibGuide and run the same search in another database like PsychINFO or Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection. Each database is a different collection of materials, so you'll find different articles in different databases with the same search!

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