Answered By: Karrie Bullock
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2016     Views: 17

MJC library has many databases specifically designed to help you narrow a topic as broad as "money" and get you into the issues that you can then build your research on.  Use the research guide linked below "Pick a Topic" to quickly access many of the databases: just enter your W# (without the w) and your six digit birthdate to access off-campus. 

Think of some synonyms or related words to "money" like finance or economics, credit and debt, etc., and use those keywords to help you decide which direction to go.  CQ Researcher, Issues & Controversies and Newsbank are all very useful places to access journals, magazines and books to help you get started.

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