Opposing Viewpoints is a value resource to help you plan your papers. Although you may have encountered it first in your ENGL 01A class, it provides valuable resources for your other classes as well.
Opposing Viewpoints provides Pro/Con Viewpoint essays on hot social issues and includes 5 million periodical articles, primary source documents and statistical tables, charts and graphs.
Opposing Viewpoints The image above links to the tutorial that shows you how to use topic pages within Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints to research key issues and topics of debate.
Search results are divided into categories based on the type of source. It's a mix of books, video, newspapers, magazine articles, academic journals, and more.
Considering Opposing Viewpoints & Perspectives Although this video from USU (Utah State University) Library doesn't directly address this database, it will help you understand how to support using arguments that may be opposing.