To construct a search by keyword or phrase search, enter the Law Journal Library and click the Advanced Search option at the top of the main page. Choose the Text option from the drop-down menu when searching for a word or phrase.
You can also search using the one-box search bar at the top of the page. From here you would type “civil disobedience” and select the “Just search for” option from the drop-down.
If you want to search for more than one word or phrase, you would conduct your search as follows:
The Search Help provides examples of how to use Boolean operators when you search by keyword or phrase.
HeinOnline’s Advanced Search Syntax guide will provide even more details and search examples to assist you with your research.