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Choosing a research topic can be a daunting task. But there are resources available to you to help with finding a topic that you'll find interesting to explore.
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100 Research Topic Guides for Students - Barbara W. Borne
Call Number: Z710.B73 1996 - ask at Reference Desk
ISBN: 0313295522
Publication Date: 1996-06-30

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100 More Research Topic Guides for Students - Dana McDougald
Call Number: Z710.M19 1999 - Ask at Reference Desk
ISBN: 0313308527
Publication Date: 1999-09-30

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10,000 Ideas for Term Papers - Kathryn Lamm
Call Number: Z710.L35 1998
ISBN: 0028625129
Publication Date: 1998-10-18

Opposing Viewpoints (Series)
Volumes cover nearly every controversial contemporary topic imaginable. Each book in this series explores a specific issue in a unique pro/con format.
Check the library catalog under Series Title - begins with - to search the 512 available titles for call numbers.


Resources for exploring research topics through San Diego Miramar College Library databases.

On the Web

Resources for exploring research topics on the Web:

Yahoo Directory -  Society & Culture - Issues & Causes

Time's Topics - from the New York Times



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