Developing an Interview with three participants involved in one of the following:
*All of the above situations must be in Canada
(Prof. Julie Guard, 2021)
Some random sources that might be relevant:
1) In the searching box, insert appropriate keywords. If it is a phrase keyword, community-led union, for example, use quotation marks around the phrase and type "communist-led union." If your topic is how BIPOC people were treated in the past, don't use BIPOC since the acronym only recently came to be used. Instead, identify specific populations such as Black, Italian, Japanese, Natives, or even Indians, and consider how the larger society had identified them at the time of reporting.
2) For the convenience of browsing your results, you can limit your search results by Document Types (Articles, Features, Front Page/Cover Story, etc.). Featured articles or cover stories likely provide more substantial content.
3) Limit your search results by the range of years that are relevant to your topic. For example, if your interest relates to World War II, you can select between 1941 and 1945 or longer, and if it's the postwar period and up to the following two decades, you would select from1945 to whatever the ending year. Consider other historical significance. For example, during the McCarthy era, people unjustly prosecuted communism or socialism.
Author, A. A. (Year, Month Date). Title of blog post. Blog Name. https://xxxxx
Author’s last name, Initial(s). [or the name of the body responsible]. (Year, Month Day of publication). Title of work. Website. https://URL
Fisher D. R. (2017, January 26). The women’s march was only the beginning. Context: Sociology for the Public. https://contexts.org/blog/the-womens-march-was-only-the-beginning/
Channel. (Year, Month Day of publication). Title of video [Video]. Website. https://URL
Scribbr. (2020, August 20). Develop a theoretical framework in 3 steps [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/4y1BAqOnhMM
Author name, Initials [@username]. (Year, Month Day). Text of tweet [Tweet]. Twitter. URL
Trump, D. J. [@realDonaldTrump]. (2020, September 28). FAKE NEWS! [Tweet]. Twitter. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1310432401454235650
Note: Donal Trump’s twitter account has been suspended. The 2nd line should be indented.