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Welcome to a Georgia State University's Perimeter College's curated collection of magazines and newspapers that provide background and provide a collection of viewpoints and contrasting biases.
Whether it is supporting your own viewpoint, or understanding the conflicting argument so that you can oppose it, bias is important. An argument paper is stronger if it includes articles from both sides of an issue. In addition, argument papers about technical topics require their own specialized background material.
Look at journals on both the liberal AND conservative side of the top half of the table for public policy or social topics. Generally these are topics one can solve by government changing laws or by society adopting new norms. For scientific, technical, and health-related topics use the list of publications in the lower left box. If your professor permits outside web site, there are reliable opinion web sites in the lower right box.
Here's Your Panorama
Politico -- Search Publications at ProQuest News and Newspapers
ProPublica -- Search Publications at ProQuest News and Newspapers
New York Times
NPR Morning Edition
NPR All Things Considered
NPR Fresh Air
The Washington Post -- Search Publications at ProQuest News and Newspapers
The Los Angeles Times -- Search Publications at ProQuest News and Newspapers
The New Republic
Christian Science Monitor
Wall Street Journal
The Economist -- Search Publications at ProQuest Central
American Conservative -- Search Publications at ProQuest Central
|Science, Health, and Psychology||Outside the Library|
JAMA Journal of the American Medical Association (News, Features, and Commentary)
Wired -- Search Publications at ProQuest Central
Science (Features, News, and Commentary)
Nature (Features, News, and Commentary)
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Union of Concerned Scientists