Conducting Comparative Research in IFLP

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Conducting Comparative Research in IFLP

To do comparative research in IFLP in HeinOnline, you can use a keyword search.  For example, we want to look for articles discussing comparative law as they relate to family.  From the IFLP Metadata search option, select Keywords (All fields) from the drop down and insert “comparative law.”  Then use the Boolean operator AND to add a second search term to the query.  From the second drop down, select Keywords (All Fields) again and then insert family into the search box, as shown in the picture below.

Now, we want to narrow our results to retrieve the most recent articles.  If we look at the facets to the left of our results, we’ll notice the date facet which indicates there are 24 articles from 2010 to date.



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