It's important to begin your research learning something about your subject; in fact, you won't be able to create a focused, manageable thesis unless you already know something about your topic.
Use these words to search for useful information in books including eBooks and articles at the MJC Library.
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Electronic surveillance is a complex topic that is best dealt with by narrowing your focus. Do some background reading, and use the questions below to help you focus your topic.
When you are ready to explore and answer your research questions, use these databases below.
Find videos and documentaries about government surveillance in our streaming video databases.
Use Google Scholar to find academically-appropriate Web sites.
Your instructor should tell you which citation style they want you to use. Click on the appropriate link below to learn how to format your paper and cite your sources according to a particular style.