PRI's The World is a daily one-hour radio program featuring stories from around the world. The World is heard on over 300 stations across North America. There are multiple options for listening to the program, including live on the radio, via podcasts such as the links below, or by going to the PRI's The World website. The website offers text and images to supplement the radio program. For an example of value added items on the website, look at "Indian College Women Push Back Against Curfews."
As you are reading sources and refining your topic, write words and phrases that you could use to find more information on your topic. Search terms can be the names of people, important events or legislation related to your topic. There may be a preferred term or label used to describe your topic.
To collect keywords, subject terms, topic language, and research ideas, you might:
You will want to keep notes on key terms that you find as you do your research. They can make your searching easier and more effective. Examples of some terms that might be key words:
Sepulchral monuments [believe it or not, this is what library catalogs use for "gravestones"]
Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act [=Affordable Care Act ="Obamacare"]
BWCs [="body worn cameras" = "police body cameras"]
Jan Hendrik Schön; Stephen Breuning [famous scientific frauds]
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