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Opposing Viewpoints in Context

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This guide will help you with using one of LAVC Library's most popular databases: Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Use the blue tabs on the left-hand side of the guide (or the buttons at the bottom of each page) to navigate.

Opposing Viewpoints in Context is a great database for researching current, controversial social issues. In addition to full-text magazine, newspaper, and academic journal articles, you will also be able to find pro/con viewpoint essays on these controversial issues.

Opposing Viewpoints is often used in conjunction with another one of LAVC Library's popular databases: CQ Researcher. For help with using CQ Researcher, please refer to our guide. LAVC librarians recommend using both Opposing Viewpoints and CQ Researcher if you are researching current, controversial social issues.

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