A library database like Opposing Viewpoints is a great place to start. Their Browse Issues feature lists hundred of topics to explore. For each topic, you'll find a summary, as well as a list of numerous sources in various formats.
Start by reading the summary to gather keywords that look interesting to you.
I chose Artificial Intelligence. These are just a few of the keywords I found:
I also did a Google search for examples of artificial intelligence and read about smartwatches, which is something I'm familiar with.
From my pre-research I was able to formulate a research question, which is the first step of the research process:
How do fitness trackers allow people to take control of their health?
Before we can dive into our research, we should brainstorm some keywords specific to our research question.
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