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Research Tutorials: Opposing Viewpoints in Context

Description

Opposing Viewpoints in Context is a great database for topics involving social issues, particularly if your project has an argumentative or position component. The goal is to provide a pro/con discussion of subjects through the use of articles, book chapters, government reports, news transcripts, and many other types of publications. It is also recommended as a starting place for research projects, as it suggests common issues that yield numerous sources.

This tutorial will get you started with your research in Opposing Viewpoints in Context.

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Opposing Viewpoints in Context Database

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