The way to do that is to know the key words in your topic or in your thesis statement.
These keywords will direct you to resources relevant to your essay's topic. In fact the wider you read, the more likely you are to come across expert opinions which will be perfect to include in your academic essay.
The winner will have their essay published in our 150th anniversary issue on 7 November, and receive a cash prize (£500 or equivalent) as well as a year’s personal subscription to the journal.
We are looking for essays that are well reasoned, well researched, forward-looking, supported by existing science, and leave room for personal perspective and anecdotes that show us who you are.
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