Business & Economics. Law & Politics. Science & Ethics. Current issues like these can be hard to research if you want all sides of the story. Students needing resources for a pro-and-con report, or anyone looking for information on hot topics, will find it in Opposing Viewpoints. Each topic is represented with articles from a wide variety of newspapers and magazines, reference books such as the Encyclopedia of American law, and opinion articles from the popular Opposing Viewpoints series of books.
To access Opposing Viewpoints from home, start at chandlerlibrary.org and hover your mouse over the Research & Learning tab. Then click A-Z list of Resources, and scroll down to choose Opposing Viewpoints in Context. You’ll need your library card and PIN if you’re signing in from home. Then you can choose from featured news items and topics, or search for your topic using the search bar at the top of the page.