Finding literature on a specific topic is one of the most important skills to learn, and it's more an art than a science. It requires persistence and creativity. You need to know about the appropriate tools and databases, and know how to use them effectively. This is much more than just "googling" some words!
Whether you have an assigned topic, and you need to narrow down to a manageable research question or start forming a hypothesis, or you are free to choose any topic you want, the first step in narrowing that topic is researching sources for background information.
First, you can search news sources for current topics or local news. Here are some suggestions:
You can also browse through scholarly journals when looking for a topic. This will help you refine your topic and find sources that you can use in your project. Here are some links to relevant journals:
As you browse through these sources, be sure to note: