I’m interested in identifying different adjectives that appeared in front of a particular not-uncommon noun in sociology. Think of, say, adjectives that precede “theory.” This search by no means needs to be exhaustive of anything, but I want it to be broad. So I’m trying to think if there is an efficient way to do this.
Having to page to each time the word occurs in JSTOR takes too long. Sage’s journals online, in contrast, provide a suitably good way of doing this for ASR, insofar the search for a term provides a snippet of text around the term and so you can see if there is an adjective and what it is, but Sage’s ASR selection only appears to go back to 2004, and I was hoping to go back farther than that. Any ideas?