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English 2000: Style Code-The meanings behind how we fashion ourselves

Course Guide for June Pullman's English 2000 class

Background Resources

This is a good time to begin figuring out what you want your topic to be and researching the context of what your topic is about. Come up with a list of keywords that you want to search and use the links below to help you find out information about your topic.

When initially identifying a topic, don't be afraid to search for ideas using Google. This is a normal and well-used practice to find out what current topics are in the news. However, avoid ONLY using Google for your research. Use the internet to help give you an idea of what you would like your topic to be and then use other scholarly resources (including references) to get a more well-rounded view of your topic as a whole.  

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