Mind Map

March 2017

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In class one day, we were instructed to create a “mind map” of our thinking process. Stemming from my original topic of divorce in the center, I divulged into the side roads of contributing factors and their correlating sources. This helped me visualize how every piece to my project connected, and which bubbles looked out of place. Through this, I was able to narrow down my point of study. I eliminated the “technology” and “infidelity” bubbles, and decided to focus on the right side of my map. This drawing process was vital to me because I was able to notice which factors needed more sources.