Opposing Viewpoints in Context is a database of "reliable facts and targeted opinions" to assist students in "developing informed conclusions"
It covers current topics and provides pro/con views of over 130,000 reports making it useful for speeches, pro/con papers and more. It also includes a variety of other resources including journal articles, primary sources, statistics and more.
Start at the Basic Search box to enter keywords. You will be prompted with similar words as you type, but do not feel required to use their suggestion.
If you do not have a topic in mind review their home page for a variety of options. Click on each topic for information, or choose the SUBJECT HEADING TITLE for more topics in that subject area.
After you have selected a topic or entered a search you will get a variety of results.
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Many of the library's databases include citations or citation tools.
You may be able to just cut and paste the citation for that exact resource or article.
Opposing Viewpoints - located at bottom of article or choose the citation tool to download
Use the Advanced Search option to add more search terms or place limiters of peer reviewed, dates, type of resource, etc.