Palestine: Information with Provenance
What about full-text search?
Is full-text search of articles available?
Yes, subject to the conditions given below.
Limitations on full-text search
A basic article search
will look only at the title, abstract and commentary for
articles (and, at the author's name, if specified).
Full-text search of articles and books
is possible, but note the following points:
To avoid overloading the system, a full-text search
must be restricted to a subset of the items in the
database. This must contain no more than
This means that, before you are offered the full-text
search option, you must have identified a group of
articles which does not exceed this size.
This means that you must first use a search specification
which identifies such a small group of articles. When the system
returns these results, you will be offered the option of
doing a full-text search through them.
If you are unable to identify a suitably small set of articles
basic article search,
try an advanced search
to specify many other criteria for your search.
How to do a full-text search
- First, use either a basic article search or an advanced search
to identify a subset of articles in the database
- Check that your search has returned no more than 120 items.
If this limit has been exceeded, go back to step 1.
- If your search has produced no more than 120 items, you will
be invited to perform a full-text search of these.
To perform the full-text search, use the button provided.
When selecting articles/maps/audio-visual material or quotations,
if you want to search the author/speaker's name, you must specify
the desired words in the special author/speaker box.
A disclaimer applies to this page.
This page is not part of the official UCC website.
This page is part of a research database of opinions on Palestine and
related topics which is maintained by members
of the UCC Palestine
Solidarity Campaign, which comprises a group of students and
staff in the university. The emphasis in this research project is on
provenance -- we aim to provide as much
information as possible on the background of the people whose
opinions are in the database, so that readers can make up
their own minds on the credibility that they wish to attach to