Before starting to search for information, take a few minutes to evaluate your topic idea, and try to break it out into a few key concepts.
Who is the population being studied?
What is the main focus of the research?
Why is this necessary? What is the hoped for outcome or change?
Thinking about When and Where may also be relevant as you focus and refine your research; the three questions above are good starting points.
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