This Controversial Issues Research Guide helps you find information in books, library databases, and websites.
Hot Topics Guide from O'Keefe Library, St. Ambrose University, Iowa
Oxford Reference is the premier online reference product with over 2 million digitized entries
ProCon.org controversial issues presented in a balanced, comprehensive, straightforward, and primarily pro-con format.
Public Agenda: Issues Guides provides perspectives and analysis of public attitudes toward controversial social issues.
Not sure what to research for?
Check Browse All Topics in Opposing Viewpoints in Context for overviews in subject areas you might be interested in.
Once you've chosen a topic, narrow it down to a question, with at least two defensible sides and find resources for both sides of the issue; not just ones that you agree with.
Can't find what you're looking for?
Search the MOBIUS catalog to find books, journal titles, and audiovisual materials not available at the Jung-Kellogg Library on main campus.
Use the Interlibrary Loan Article Request Form to request articles not available through the Jung-Kellogg Library's databases or print periodicals collection.
These databases are particularly good for browsing for topic ideas or finding overviews of topics. From the Jung-Kellogg Library homepage choose Databases A-Z, or try one of these databases: