A simple way to find government statistics related to your case is to do the following search in Google:
Statistics [Topic] site:.gov
If the state or federal government do not collect statistics, just take off the site:.gov.
This database can help you understand significant geopolitical, religious, cultural, ideological or socioeconomic differences among countries:
Reviewing case studies in crisis communications can both give you ideas of cases to analyze and examples of what went right and wrong. Here are some books to help:
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Current Cases vs. Historic Cases
Current or recent cases are not likely have scholarly or analytic research about them yet. You will probably need to find research for similar cases or about the underlying issue.
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Read coverage from general news organizations and from trade publications. Here are three databases with news and trade publications.
Get Company Information
Learn about the company being analyzed: executives, financials, competitors, news. Here are two databases to help:
Research Underlying Issue
Try OneSearch or one of these databases to start:
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