Research Survival Guide

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Cal says...."Before you go to the library and start searching, you really should decide on your topic"

You should choose a topic that interests you, something you'd like to know more about.  Often your professor will provide you with general (or very specific) topic guidelines/suggestions.

You could start with a very broad topic, for example: marketing . . .

. . . but you'd end up with too much information on this subject ~ enough to write several books! 

The topic is too broad.

  Trouble brainstorming?

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