Select a journal that matches your article in terms of subject, scope and approach. When choosing among similar journals, consider which one has the highest prestige or rank in your discipline or sub-field.
Once you have a journal in mind, be sure to visit the journal's website to read the Aims and Scope or Mission Statement. Here are some examples.
Be sure to note whether the journal
Each guide lists databases for a particular discipline on the Articles or Journals tab. Search databases by keywords for your topic and note journal titles.
Virtually all journals forbid multiple submissions, so journal rankings can help you decide which journal to try first.
The Subject Librarian for your discipline can help you find and use the most appropriate tools for ranking and selecting journals in your subject area.