Hello NiaG. How are you. I like that number in your corner. I remember when you first began. What a wonderful change to see. This is a great question. If you mean for here at HP for articles the answer is the web and not necessarily Google. Some browsers for some research offers faster research for scholastic papers, although with Google I found a means.
If you type after the subject specific search a space plus sign a space and then the word scholastic it will pop those. Scholastic papers published either through Educational institutions like university level, professional organizations, and governmental agency will appear in the listings. Some are free and some have a cost.
I use to take a class a semester at the local community college just to get access for free to different search engines for research material. Almost any humanities class - sociology, anthropology, and etc will get one access to those sources. Online internet classes offer those same opportunities.
One learns you can take an online class for the University of Washington and live in California with the right conditions being met. Of course the local level too. When that is done student rates are offered for resources like JSTOR and others. Depending on the class deeper resources than just quoting Wikipedia may be required. Then the campus library or local library comes into light as a great resource. The FICHE system offers older research and in contrast Gutenberg is a great source for free too. Those both mean more reading.
Great question. I will have to discover with older binders from past classes some of those resources offered with classes. Maybe they are still available and there are public access, access with a cost, or a combination.