OneSearch is a search platform whose Simple and Advance search features may help you with your search.
When you download a title, you should be able to find your search terms in the abstract, keywords, or title, and hopefully within the content.
Do a simple search with the following terms: What do you see in the result page?
Another useful feature in OneSearch are the icons.
With these icons you could save the permalink (unchanged URL), send an e-mail with the bibliographic information so you can find the title later, save the title to a research management software, and find the citation you need.
Try some searches in ProQuest Databases, JSTOR or your database of choise:
You can use Google Scholar to find articles and books that you can download or read online. Try the following search and look at the response page:
If you look under each title in the response page, you will two link that are helpful: "cited by" and "related articles." The link "cited by" gives you an idea of how many people have cited a title. The link "related articles" may contain other related articles relevant to your search.