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GLBL 130: Introduction to Global Studies

Search Keywords

Keywords can be combined by putting andor, or not (known as Boolean operators) between them. And means both terms must appear in the results, or means one or the other
must appear, and not means the first keyword appears but not the other. 

Example: Refugees or migrants

You can search for a phrase by including all the words inside quotation marks

so that it searches for them as a single idea.

Example: "Australian migrants"