Database of the Month: Opposing Viewpoints in Context
Want a trick to make your research papers just a little bit easier? Check out the Electronic Databases at Haverhill Public Library. Not only does it save you from having to wonder if the information you scrounged up online is real or fake but there’s also a lot of interesting stuff available with a click or two of a mouse!
If you’re working on a debate project or just need to pin down ALL the arguments about current events and issues or just want to look really smart the next time you go head-to-head with someone, try Gale’s Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Whether you are looking at the pro and con sides to legalizing marijuana, America’s housing collapse or the SOPA bill – this database gives you both sides to every argument. Pulling from magazines, books, newspapers and academic journals, this database is sure to please your teacher and with its easy source citation at the bottom of each page, it’s sure to make your life just that much easier.
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