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In order to develop your own position on an issue it is often helpful to see how others have formatted their arguments. The following three resources provide pro/con arguments on a variety of topics, as well as additional resources for you to develop your own position on an issue.
Reports offering in-depth, non-biased coverage of political and social issues, with regular reports on topics in health, international affairs, education, the environment, technology and the U.S. economy.
All the information that’s needed to fully understand an issue: pro and con viewpoint articles, reference articles that provide context, full-text magazines, academic journals, and newspapers, primary source documents, government and organizational statistics, multimedia, including images and podcasts, links to hand-selected web sites, and more.
Provides pro and con arguments on current complex social issues.
Try the following search strings in Academic Search Premier. Depending on your topic, you may also try searching CINAHL with Full Text (Health-related topics), Education Full Text, Education Research Complete, ERIC, PsycINFO & PsycARTICLES, Social Work Abstracts, Social Work Reference Center, and SocIndex for finding articles with a particular position. All of these are available through the EBSCO Articles link from the library's main page.