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Links to Databases

  • Issues & Controversies (Facts on File)  
    Helps researchers understand the crucial issues we face today, exploring more than 800 hot topics in business, politics, government, education, and popular culture.
  • Opposing Viewpoints in Context (GALE)  
    Provides resources to help students explore hot-topic issues from all perspectives. Includes helpful pro/con viewpoint essays and topic overviews.
  • Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society (ABC CLIO)
    Explains how society shapes and is shaped by controversy by providing authoritative historical context, expert perspectives, and carefully selected primary and secondary sources on today's most important issues.
  • Pro  
    Presents controversial issues in a straightforward, nonpartisan manner in pro-con format.

EBSCO Databases

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EBSCO databases

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    Gale Databases

    Articles from the Gale Virtual Reference Library are cited as REFERENCE SOURCES.

    Articles from Opposing Viewpoints or Gale Student Resources in Context may be journals, magazines or reference sources. 


    Search Terms

    • Classism
    • Culture of poverty
    • Economic mobility
    • Gender inequality
    • Gender discrimination
    • Income distribution
    • Income gap
    • Income inequality
    • Mobility
    • Minority employment
    • Racial discrimination
    • Racism
    • Resilience
    • Social conditions
    • Social mobility
    • Upward mobility
    • Working poor



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