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Keep an open mind - it is important to investigate, read, and consider different points of view. This helps you to critically evaluate any evidence presented, to inform your own opinion, and to understand and better address the counter arguments.
Pro/Con in CQ Researcher
Finding Pro/Con Arguments in CQ Researcher
Reports in the CQ Researcher database include a pro/con section. Two authors will debate one small question related to the larger topic.
Browse by topic or keyword to find information covering a broad range of important issues in health, social trends, criminal justice, international affairs, education, the environment, technology, and the economy. Weekly reports dating back to 1923.
Editorials are a great way to find reasoned opinions on current controversial topics. You can limit to a collection of databases using the link below. Or you can use the tabs in this box to see specialized searches to full-text editorials in the library's databases:
See all of the library's database collections, sorted by subject area. This list is a good place to see the entire list of electronic article resources available in a specific field. You will need to use your Green River College student ID# to log in from off campus.
Using Academic Search Complete
In this database, you can search using a keyword, and then add "editorials" in as an actual Subject Term (selecting "SU Subject Terms" from the "Select a Field (optional)" dropdown as shown in the image below: