Who’s talking about your topic? Library databases have a feature to easily generate a list of journals that publish articles on a given topic.
This page provides strategies to help you compile a list of possible journals in which to publish.
Why aren't we recommending Google Scholar?
Google Scholar is a good resource to see how often your work has been cited, but be careful when using Google Scholar to select journals.
Many of the article databases contain a feature for identifying journals that publish on a given topic.
Here is how Cabell's can help in selecting journals:
Cabell's will only help you locate journals. It is NOT a resource for individual articles.
Cabell's lists journals in the following subject areas:
Cabell's records contain information such as the acceptance rates, Impact Factors, and the amount of time it takes editors to review submissions.
MLA Directory of Periodicals is a good resource for locating periodicals on literature topics.
Here is how the MLA Directory of Periodicals can help in selecting journals:
MLA Directory of Periodicals will only help you locate journals. It is NOT a resource for individual articles.