A follow-up to Borne's successful 100 Research Topic Guides for Students, this guide provides reproducible outlines for 100 more report topics popular with high school students and teachers, in all basic subject areas such as art, language, science, math, history, political and social sciences, and biography. Each outline will facilitate basic reference searching and encourage the student to perform successful self-directed research with both print and non-print sources.
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Voices of Change: Participatory Research in the United States and Canada By Peter Park; Mary Brydon-Miller; Budd Hall; Ted Jackson Bergin & Garvey, 1993
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The Brooke-Sarawak Archive at Rhodes House Library, Oxford. (Research Notes) By Reece, Bob Borneo Research Bulletin, Annual 1999
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