View the video below for tips on searching for articles.
1. Once you know your research interest, formulate it into a question and use the most important parts to generate keywords. Here, "Star Wars" and "myth" are the key parts of the topic, so those will be the keywords.
2. You can then use Boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT) to better refine your search.
Another excellent way to discover additional resources is to look at the works cited page of a scholarly article that you have already discovered to be useful to your research. The author of the article is an expert in their field and has done a lot of research on their topic. It is likely that at least one of the works that they cite will be relevant to your research.