Note: If you have larger lists of references to compile, as is the case with Southern Studies, consider creating sub-tabs in "Find Background Info" and link to those pages (as is done on the Home tab).
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Getting background information and general facts about your topic is a good way to start your research. This not only helps you better understand your topic, but it also helps you formulate the boundaries of your research and key terms for your thesis statement. It can be a helpful guide to begin to narrow down your topic into a coherent and specific area.
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