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Communication Research Guide   Tags: communication, media, speech  

This guide will show you how to use resources for research in your Communication courses.
Last Updated: Mar 13, 2014 URL: http://libguides.humboldt.edu/communication Print Guide RSS Updates

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Many topics in Communication are interdisciplinary. In order to create a comprehensive literature review, you may want to search for information in other HSU Library Research Guides:

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This research guide is designed to help you find library resources to support your research in Communication at HSU. Use the tabs across the top of the page to locate different types of resources.

For a research refresher, see the HSU Library's Begin Research Tutorial, How To VideosAsk A Librarian, or browse our Research Guides Directory to find additional resources.

If you need further help, stop by the Research Help Desk or make an appointment with Chris Salvano today!

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Questions To Ask Yourself While You Select A Topic

Is your topic really broad?

  • Examples of broad topics include politics, the environment, health, economy, education and technology.
  • Broad topics can be broken down to create specific topics appropriate for a presentation.

Do you have personal involvement with the topic? 

  • Speak about a topic you already know something about.

Do you have an interest in the topic? 

  • Pick a topic that you are curious about and it will make you want to learn more than what you already know

Is the topic or point of view embraced by the audience, but not you? 

  • Challenge popular ideas. Encourage your peers to see the other side of the story.

Is the topic appropriate for the course and/or assignment?

Is there enough available information about the topic? 

  • Make sure enough credible information can be gathered in time to complete the assignment by meeting with a librarian early. Stop by the Research Desk or make an appointment with Chris today!

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