Academic Search Premier (EBSCO) is an excellent place to begin your research for most topics. The database indexes thousands of scholarly journals, including some important titles in Cultural Anthropology. To limit your search to academic journals, click the Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Box before you enter your search terms.
JSTOR is a journal archive with thousands of full-text articles. However, because of its archival nature, there will generally be a three to five year window in the currency of the articles. See the Selected Journals in Cultural Anthropology tab at the top of this page for the link to search JSTOR's Anthropology collection.
Search for Doctoral Dissertations and some Master's Theses in Dissertations and Theses Full Text. Many of the included sources are full text. Remember that these are frequently book-length items, so don't wait until the last minute to use this database!
Google Scholar can be a means to find articles. However, Google Scholar is best used as a last resort, rather than an intitial starting point for research. Utilize materials Sacramento State is paying for (and therefore by extension you are paying for) before using Google Scholar.