Many other journals will include studies on girlhood. If you search in any other subject-specific database (e.g., Women's Studies International, or LGBT Life), use appropriate keywords to help you find those studies.
1. Link your Google Scholar searches to library full-text access. Click on Settings / Library Links, and then search for "Hollins." Check all the boxes associated with Hollins.
2. When viewing results, links with full-text availability are to the right of the results list. These will include both links to openly available sources, and links to library-provided content.
3. Title links may or may not take you to the full text of the article; sometimes they will only take you to a paywall. If you encounter a paywall, use Interlibrary Loan to obtain the article you need.
4. Results will include more than just journal articles; books from Google Books, dissertations, other student papers... all of these may appear in Google Scholar searches.
5. Use the Cited By links to trace literature forward; e.g., see who has cited this particular time.