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Take time to think about your topic. You will need to break your topic down into keywords to search for resources.
Pulling keywords from research questions or thesis statements:
The impact of sea level rise due to climate change on human rights of people living in coastal areas in Asia
Your turn: Labeling policy for genetically modified foods in Canada should be mandatory. Which terms are key concepts, and which one should not be used when searching in databases?
Brinkerhoff, Celia. "Activity: Focus on the Keywords of a Research Question." Doing Research: A Student's Guide to Finding and Using the Best Sources, KPU Library, 2019, pressbooks.bccampus.ca/doingresearch/chapter/keywords/.
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