The Casual Argument
The Rhetorical Analysis
From the speech you chose, you'll use library resources to complete your analysis in the paper
This guided worksheet will help you with your research. Remember to save your work!
|Gale Topic Finder|
|Following The Scholarly Conversation: Trends, Events, & More|
When researching an event, trend, situation, or phenomenon, it's always beneficial to look at the present, past, and future. When you find a great article about your topic, you can:
This way, you get an entire picture of the scholarly conversation. Where does your writing and argument fit in this conversation?! Use the tabs at the top to see how you follow this conversation.
When you find a great article for your research, you can look back in time BEFORE the article was written to see what was published before that article. You do this by looking at the articles References, Works Cited, or links the article references.
Below is an example in the Proquest database:
When you find a great article for your research, you can look forward in time AFTER the article was written to see what was published after that article. You do this by looking at the articles Cited By references.
Below is an example in the Google Scholar: