When You Need a Research Topic

This tutorial highlights some quick techniques for developing a research topic with the help of your Gale In Context resources.


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When you're having trouble choosing a research topic,

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Gale In Context resources provide paths

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to get you started.

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Start by clicking, browse topics,

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where you can generate ideas and choose from

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a list of frequently studied subjects.

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Read the overview on a topic page for a

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quick introduction to key themes.

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To continue building thorough background knowledge,

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check out the reference section.

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These articles are pulled directly from

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trusted encyclopedias.

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If you want to expand your search

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or change your research direction,

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look at related subjects.

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You can also access Topic Finder,

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which provides a graphic organization of results

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related to your search.

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Use it to refine your research, discover

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connections between topics, and find

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sources that fit your needs.

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Navigate to topics that interest you and

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start putting together the sources you need

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for quality research.

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Learn more at support.gale.com/training