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Whether you're already familiar with your topic or not, encyclopedia's give a great overview and can help you identify major issues, history of social movements and/or diverse perspectives on an issue. 

Developing your topic

Finding the right level of research is an important first step. Consider whether your topic is too broad (you're getting too many results or they're not relevant enough to your topic) or too narrow (you're finding too few results). 

Use these handouts to help you narrow or broaden your topic and identify keywords:

Using the Information You Find

Learning how to read scholarly articles and incorporate them into your work will improve the quality of your research and writing, and has the potential to save you time and reduce stress. 

Articles: best databases to use

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