As you explore your topic, here are the things you will need to be considering:
Historical context: What are the political, economic, and/or social roots of this issue?
Current realities/ Community observations/ Interview(s):
Analysis/conclusion: Based on what you have learned about needs and responses to your issue, what is your assessment of how this issue is being addressed? Where are the gaps between needs and responses? What actions could help address some of those gaps?
These databases will give you a good background for your topic, allowing you to better interview
These websites may also be of help:
Before you run upstairs to grab your book, take a moment to look over the "record" -- the page you see when you click on a book's title. The record will give you information to decide if this book will be useful to you, including subject headings which will tell you the big themes of the book and, in many cases, a summary, a table of contents, or editorial reviews. Ask yourself:
This resource guide was created by Laura Pearle.