Elderly AbuseImmigrartion Rights & Reform in U.S.HomelessnessRefugee CrisisChildrenEnergy CrisisGender InequalityIslamaphobiaArms Trade/Nuclear ProliferationHIV, AIDS & Malaria in AfricaRacism, Xenophobia & Hate CrimesPost-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)Human TraffickingNorth Korea: Human RightsAnimal RightsGenocideIlliteracyClean Water CrisisChild SoldiersCyberbullyingGreat Pacific Garbage PatchClimate ChangeConflict DiamondsLandminesEducation of GirlsViolence Against WomenStreet ChildrenU.S. Prison System ReformHunger, Famine, Global Food CrisisPoverty: American & Developing NationsWomen: Poverty & ViolenceRape & Sexual AssaultFood EthicsGang Violence/Gang Culture
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Online Databases for Advocacy Research

Please open this Google Doc for the login information you'll need to access the databases. 

 

Global Issues in Context covers current issues, such as women's rights, global warming, terrorism, famine, war, and many more.


  Opposing Viewpoints in Context includes opposing sides of important global issues.  Aside from viewpoint articles there are also topic overviews, videos, podcasts, primary source documents, magazine and journal articles, statistics and more.

  • Creating Search Terms (Google Doc)
    This Google Doc is a worksheet that can help you brainstorm potential search terms and search strategies.

    To use the worksheet go to File > Make a Copy. Now you will be able to type into the document.
  • Note Taking Research Matrix:
    This Google Doc is a worksheet to help you track all of your research and sources.

    To use the worksheet go to File > Make a Copy. Now you will be able to type into the document.
  • SAMPLE Note Taking Research Matrix:
    This a sample of the note taking research matrix.
 

Video: How to Search Using Opposing Viewpoints

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