Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text of scholarly literature (journals) across an array of publishing formats and disciplines. It includes most peer-reviewed online journals. Use Woodruff, AUC's Interlibrary Loan system if not available in full text from Google.
You'll get much higher quality search results if you plan your searches carefully instead of just throwing a few words into a search box. A successful Search Strategy involves knowing both where to search and how to search.
In searching databases you need to be aware of variations in the spelling of words, especially those transliterated from other writing systems. Here are a few examples: