Opposing Viewpoints provides statistics, articles, images, websites, and essays on a wide variety of controversial social issues.
This resource can be accessed through the links below or through the Library website by following these steps.
Opposing Viewpoints has several methods for finding resources, including both browsing and searching for topics.
Browse by Topic
Browse by topic by clicking one of the links under the subject categories, or choose View All to see a complete list of topics in that subject area.
Search for a Topic
Search for a specific topic by typing relevant keywords into the search box.
This screenshot highlights the above features.
A list of articles, statistics, websites, book chapters, images, and other sources will appear. Click a link to open the source.
Notice the On This Page box at the right side of the screenshot below. It lists several different types of sources you can access, including Academic Journals (with scholarly articles) and Primary Sources, two types of sources many students need to find for their assignments.
You can now view, print and email the source.