Before you dive into your topic-specific research, it is important to develop a foundation of understanding of the field of business ethics as a whole. CQ Researcher will give you a tidy, encyclopedia-type explanation of business ethics with corresponding examples to help you begin to develop this foundation.
In addition to CQ Researcher, the library has a number of databases that will help you find specific resources to help support your paper's thesis. The two listed below are bibliographic business resources, meaning that they draw from a variety of sources (e.g., scholarly journals, trade publications, magazines, newspapers, book chapters, company profiles, industry reports, etc.) and present all the findings relevant to your search in one place.
Be sure to use terminology from the list of acceptable topics when conducting your searches and then go a step further and look into the "Subject" area on the left-hand side of the page to narrow your topic to one that is manageable.
It is always important to cite your resources properly in anything you write in order to avoid plagiarism. At USF, plagiarism is taken very seriously, so be sure to cite your sources carefully and thoughtfully.
For this class, you need to cite in Chicago Style. Below, find a guide through Purdue Owl that will give you specific examples for every source that you might use.