In order to complete your group presentation and individual paper and presentation, you will need to gather information through research and draw conclusions based on what you learned. Your goal is to answer the questions posed by your instructor. You will not find simple answers to these questions by Googling them. Below are some strategies you should use when searching for information to help you address the assignment topics.
Do not try to search for the entire topic your instructor has given you. The goal of the assignment is to draw your own conclusions, so it is unlikely that you will find an answer by simply searching for the entire assigned topic.
Research topics usually consist of several smaller issues or questions that you need to research in order to draw conclusions about the larger topic.
For the group presentation, you've been given the topic:
You should not expect to simply Google this topic and find an answer. There are several smaller issues that you will need to learn about in order to draw your own conclusions for your presentation. Try to break down this topic into smaller issues that you can research.