Once you have formulated your research question, you need to identify key concepts and their related keywords.
From Question to Keyword (video produced by University Libraries, University of North Carolina Greensboro)
Here are other examples using OR and truncation:
(teen* OR adolescent*) AND (heroin OR smoking OR marijuana OR drug abuse)
(child* OR teen*) AND (ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) AND (medication or Ritalin or Methylphenidate)
Be sure to use parentheses to keep the words you combine with"OR" together.
When you are trying to find arguments on a particular side, the words "pro" and "con" may not work and words like "for" and "against" may be ignored by the search engine.
Here are some terms to try:
|Both sides of the debate||"Pro" arguments||"Con" arguments|