Opposing Viewpoints provides you with a variety of materials on various topics. It is very easy to use!
Below is an example on how to use Opposing Viewpoints. The publisher also provides searching tips for using Opposing Viewpoints.
When using a general database like Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints or CQ Researcher, it is often best to use general search terms. Below is the search phrase: genetic testing in the Opposing Viewpoints search box. The database will suggest search terms. Main topics will be in bold.
Choosing the bold subject heading genetic testing will bring up a variety of materials beginning with a general overview of the topic. It is usually about a two or three introduction to the topic. You can scroll down for a breakdown of the additional sources.
Featured Viewpoints and Viewpoints are essays written both for and against the various aspects of the topic. Reading a few of them may help you formulate how you might want to debate your topic. Keep in mind - the viewpoints are opinions and are biased!
Below is a viewpoint on the topic. You can download the article to your laptop, Google Drive, or OneDrive.
Gale in Context databases will also show you how to cite your sources. Be sure to choose APA citation style formatting.
There are also links to journal articles which will usually be unbiased sources of information.
If you need more help, below is a video showing how to search Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints for the topic Stem Cells.