Answered By: Cori Wilhelm
Last Updated: Dec 09, 2014     Views: 28


I would recommend checking out our Academic Search Complete database.  I tried searching for lolita, and I received a number of articles that look promising.

To get to the Academic Search Complete database, go into the library's homepage (  Click on the link for Research Databases.  Academic Search Complete should be the second database in the list on the left.  You may also want to try searching within some of our literature databases.  Check out the "Databases by Subject" green tab at the top of your screen.  Then, scroll down to the box for Literature.  There are some great databases for searching this type of topic.

I also found an article in our Opposing Viewpoints database (located in the same list where you found the Academic Search Complete database) just by typing "lolita" into the search box on the top right. The first article should be something like "Corporate Media Sexualizes Young Girls," and it appears that the article is talking about lolita and her loss of innocence. If this article is helpful, make sure to locate some of the articles listed at the very bottom in the Further Readings section.  That should point you in the right direction for even more sources.

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