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Reevaluating Topic With Sources

As you are searching, you may find too much or too little information on your research questions. Adjust your topic to become more broad or narrow. For example, if you are finding too much information in general about the Wizard of OZ, you could narrow your topic to a specific actress or theme from the movie. On the other hand, if you thought you would study Wizard of OZ as a movie and are finding more interesting movies from 1939, you might change direction towards the comparison of all movies that year. Be flexible and change your direction one way or another; the goal is a readable and informative paper.

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