Opposing Viewpoints in Context covers current social issues, helping students research, analyze and organize a broad variety of data for conducting research, completing writing assignments, preparing for debates, creating presentations and more. It includes a streamlined interface, media-rich topic pages, and curriculum-focused tools that help students explore issues from all perspectives. Resources are divided into topics which contains numerous full text pieces further categorized by the nature of their material: viewpoints (essays), reference, statistics, magazines and newspapers, images, primary documents and web sites.
Choose Additional Filters to turn on the Article Type filters for Clinical Study, Comparative Study, Controlled Clinical Trial, and Observational Study and click Show. Then focus the results by choosing one of the above methodologies one at a time.
An alternative to Search Everything. Displays the advanced search box. In addition to descriptive keywords, use terms such as empirical research, empirical study, quantitative, qualitative, statistical terms such as chi, t-test, p-value or standard deviation, and scientific method terms such as results, discussion, conclusion.