The cornerstone of scholarly research is the peer review process. Articles are reviewed by experts prior to publication. These experts (peers) consider the validity of the author(s) methods, findings and conclusions.
Use keywords to search Library Databases. For example, Homelessness AND Addiction.
Read through Social Work Journals. On the Library's Homepage, click Journals. Search for Social Work and browse library holdings. Journals that are Peer Reviewed will have the icon of a graduation cap. Here are a few recommendations:
Make sure that you select a social work journal. In other words, a journal that focuses on the discipline of social work.
Not sure where to start? Browse one of the social work journals mentioned above.
Good analysis includes a summary of the article, your critical evaluation of the article, your opinion of the article and your perceived contribution this article makes to the body of knowledge that makes up the discipline of social work.
Some questions to consider: