The thing with Google research is that you will most likely find articles to support whatever view point you hold.

That's what most of us refer to as "I have done my research".
We have some ideas and preconceived notions, and then go online to find validation. I don't think that's good research.

A good research should query even your own ideas and notions, not just the opposing argument.
Don't skip the articles that argue against your viewpoint and dwell only on the ones that support it.

And when presenting your argument, don't maltreat the other arguments. Present all and make your case against them.
Let your audience or readers have a balanced perspective before taking their own position.

We can claim to have done a research, but it doesn't mean our submissions won't be questioned.

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