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Research paper source website

research paper source website

What are they good for? These databases help you locate relevant articles in scholarly journals, magazines and newspapers. In many cases, the full text of the article is available right in the database. When that is not the case, always click on the gold UILink button  to see if we subscribe to the periodical in print or online. Chances are good that we do.

We subscribe to many databases or online indexes. Those we've listed below tend to focus on current events, controversial topics and commentary (opinion pieces) that may be hard to locate elsewhere.

Academic Search Elite indexes articles from a vast array of periodicals, including scholarly journals, popular magazines and newspapers. Many articles are available in full text; if not, be sure to check UILink. If you need just scholarly articles, there is an easy way to limit to those.

Access World News provides the full text of newspaper articles from the U.S. and around the world. U.S. coverage includes Chicago Tribune and some Iowa newspapers. International newspaper articles may be in English or the local language. There is a geographic locator for searching by a U.S. state, a continent, or a specific country.

CQ Researcher Plus Archive is part of the CQ Electronic Library. It contains encyclopedia-like articles on controversial issues of the day. These provide a good overview of the topic, pro/con statements from experts, and lists of additional readings. An excellent place to start your research.

LexisNexis Academic provides the full text of U.S. and international newspaper articles, as well as other news sources, including radio and television news transcripts.

OpinionArchives provides the full text of opinion pieces and commentary from a dozen U.S. publications, across the political spectrum. If you need pro/con statements from either side of an issue, this is the place to look.

ProCon.org is an independent site on the open web that summarizes viewpoints on a select number of controversial issues.

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  1. Qegiyowozoloku

    And I go back to what I originally said and ask you to source that. Most research and experience shows the opposite to be true.

  2. Nosoyulixe

    Dumb. WikiLeaks source was not Russia and the content of the emails damned HRC and showed the world the corrupt pig that she is.

  3. Pecuboqaco

    Send me a link to your peer reviewed published research paper - presume it contains all foot notes of source of the confirm accurate data

  4. Ruludupuw

    I respectfully disagree. Wikipedia can be edited by anyone and Wikipedia is never considered a reliable source in research/academic settings

  5. Melozuwew

    B vitamins can come from animals, niacin is B3 and the source varies why are you arguing something you literally haven"t done research on?

  6. Mowisetefanon

    Fire and electrical codes vary. My research: these partitions were as hard to move as stud walls and far more expensive. Plus against code.

  7. Qaserago

    The latest scientific research proves that open plan offices destroy your productivity. via

  8. Modevon

    And out of respect for research I read EVERY SOURCE you sent.

  9. Seguqodijixeb

    ScienceDirect: The world"s leading source for scientific, technical, and medical

  10. Hekitehetog

    We now know where BK gets all that great research for his roundup - a source deep in the bowels of government!

  11. Jopipun

    Where is this from? I need the source for research owo

  12. Gehoxovot

    You"re being deliberately mislead and confused. Unless you see a verifiable source, do your own research and come to your own conclusion

  13. Bezaxow

    Source: But what do they know, this is just a peer-reviewed research paper written by several geneticists.

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