Developing a strong research question takes time and effort. You will need to keep coming back to the question and ask yourself is this feasible? Use the following example to draft your question.
The question should guide their analysis and exploration of the values and manifestations of their chosen key text. Here's an example of a well-crafted inquiry question for this purpose:
"How do the manifestations of [selected key text] in different contexts and media parallel, challenge, or offer alternatives to the values embedded in the original text?"
This question prompts students to critically examine and evaluate the various manifestations of their key text, exploring the similarities, differences, and contradictions in values across different contexts and media.
Literature Searches Require a Strategy
1. Define parameters:
2. Determine scope:
3. What types of articles: theoretical, review, commentary, empirically based, historical - blogs, websites, videos etc
4. Use databases!
5. Begin the seach
6. Generate articles, begin notetaking and create a reference list
There is no single way of taking notes. Browse these resources to find what suits you.
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